Pushing himself to be the best, Gramps The Producer continues to challenge himself, and take his career to the next level. He knows that being uncomfortable and getting out of his comfort zone is the only way he’s going to improve, so he doesn’t shy away from a challenge.
Hailing from Southside Jamaica Queens, Gramps The Producer is quickly taking over the industry by storm. This past August, he took part in “Clash Of The Beatmakers,” an annual beat battle held in Rockland County; being judged by big names such as Buda Da Future, Crystal Caines, and Kenyan “Ken Pen” Penceal. Despite being new to the beat battle scene, Gramps was able to take home 2nd place, only losing by one vote. His showmanship throughout the battle was truly exceptional, and recognized by the judges. From skits, to name drops, Gramps had the crowd interested and engaged.
Gramps The Producer has been making huge strides in the industry as of late. Working with over half of the New York drill scene, his latest song, with drill artist Buggout B, was played on Power 105.1. One of the biggest radio stations for rap music. He has also produced a number of drill beats that have been going viral lately.
Gramps has also been spotted in the studio with numerous A-list celebrities recently, but despite being a hot upcoming producer, Gramps wears many hats. He also works at Sony Music. He is the Coordinator for 24/8, one of the joint ventures with Sony Orchard. Gramps is also a part of the popular podcast “Cigar Talk” working tech and audio for every episode. He has mixed episodes for various artists on the platform such as 50 Cent, T.I., Lil Durk, Nick Cannon, and more. Gramps truly defines the saying “Jack of all trades.”
Gramps The Producer is proud to look back on all his past accomplishments and be excited about what the future has in store for him. Gramps’ biggest priority is always putting out quality work for his fans to enjoy, so he’s dedicated to putting in his time in the studio to get better and produce tracks. In the past, he has worked on recording sessions with artists such as Aboogie, G Herbo, French Montana and more.
Gramps The Producer looks forward to collaborating with top artists today and knows that this industry is largely about who you know over what you know. This doesn’t mean he’s backing down from the technical side of things, but he knows to prioritise networking and not burn any bridges with his peers or industry leaders. You never know where your next big opportunity will come from, so he is careful to nurture all relationships while still protecting his energy.
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