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DJ's & Producers

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Behind the Music: A Discussion about DJs & Producers

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Grand Wizzard Theodore
Credited aS THE INVENTOR OF SCRATCHING and "Needle drop"
From the Bronx, NY
Pioneers of DJ'ing
Grand Master Flash
Invented Scratching By accident

DJ'd with grandmaster flash before he was a teenager

Pioneered the "Cutting" Technique
Born in Barbados, raised in the bronx
DJ Esco Talks Finding His Way, Creative Process & More
"The DJ is responsible for the perpetuation of the art form that is hip-hop. Without DJs, there'd be no medium for the streets and masses to access the music they crave" - HotNewHipHop
Funkmaster Flex
Responsible for developing the NYC party scene from the age of 16
Currently a producer and host on Hot 97
Released 6 compilation albums working with DMX, Wu Tang Clan, and 50 Cent
Appearances on every Hip-Hop show since YO! MTV Raps
Affiliations and production work for Grand Theft Auto Iv and NFL 2k5
Father was also a DJ
DJ Mustard
Signed to Roc Nation
2014 BET DJ & Producer of the Year Award Recipient
Most Influential DJ on the West Coast
Originally wanted to be a club DJ
DJ'd his first gig at age 11
Los Angeles Native
Currently Touring along the West Coast
Should/could DJ Khaled have been listed?
Questions, comments, concerns?
Should/could metro boomin' have been listed?
Honorable Mentions
Chase B
DJ Diamond Kuts
DJ Prostyles
DJ Camilo
Jam Master Jay
Kurtis Blow was the first rapper to use a sample in a song
The Roland TR-808 was introduced in 1980. The 808 was heavily used by Afrika Bambaataa, who released Planet Rock in 1982
In 1983, Run-DMC recorded "It's Like That" and "Sucker MC's," two songs which relied completely on synthetic sounds,
The MPC3000 was released in 1994, the AKAI MPC2000 in 1997, followed by the MPC2000XL in 1999 and the MPC2500 in 2006.
These machines combined a sampling drum machine with an onboard MIDI sequencer and became the centerpiece of many hip hop producers' studio
Transition into Producing
DJ Screw
Kanye West
Dr. Dre
Mike Will Made It
He was the DJ of the influential hip hop group Run–D.M.C.
Helped Create a Rock/Hip-Hop Sound
Was ranked No. 10 on Spin's list of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time
Mizell established the label Jam Master Jay Records, which scored a success in 1993 with the band Onyx.
founded the Scratch DJ Academy in Manhattan to "provide unparalleled education and access to the art form of the DJ and producer
Following success as a rapper, he switched to being a producer. He produced Snoop Dogg’s debut album, ‘Doggystyle’, Tupac Shakur’s work, ‘All Eyez on Me’ and several film songs.

In 1991, he co-founded Death Row Records with Sue Knight.
In 1999, Dre produced three songs on Eminem’s debut album, ‘The Slim Shady LP’. The album went on to sell four million copies in US alone and revived the fate of Aftermath Entertainment as well.
Dre’s role as a producer is invaluable. He has been instrumental in launching the career of numerous hip-hop and rap artists including, Eminem, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, Jay-Z, Xzibit, The Game, and Kendrick Lamar. He has popularized the genre of West Coast G-Funk to the world and given the music fraternity a new style of rap.

He was known as a central figure in the Houston hip hop community and was the creator of the now-famous chopped and screwed DJ technique.
His creation led to his nickname of "The Originator".
Texas governor Rick Perry honored him by making him an official Texas Music Pioneer
His distinct musical styling has influenced countless rap acts around the world.
No producer dominated hip-hop of the late 1990s and early 2000s more than Timothy "Timbaland" Mosley
Timbaland was developed his signature sound: snaking syncopated drum patterns, skittering hi-hats, plinking keyboards and strong, glutinous bass.

Timbaland's production credits include work with Aaliyah, Ginuwine, Jay Z, Nas, Ludacris, Bubba Sparxxx, Madonna, Rihanna, OneRepublic, Brandy, Drake, Rick Ross and others.
From mid 90’s until the early 2000, West was involved in small time music production projects. He made music for the local artists and was also a ghost producer for Deric ‘D-Dot’ Angelettie.

West got the much awaited opportunity in 2000 when he became the producer for artists on Roc-A-Fella Records. He produced hit singles for famous singers like: Common, Ludacris, Cam’Ron, etc.
It was in 2001, world renowned rapper and entertainment business tycoon Jay-Z asked West to produce many tracks of his hit album ‘The Blueprint’.
West's hot streak as a producer continued apace with his "chipmunk soul" style—sped-up vocal snippets of old R&B records—inspired, according to West, by the RZA's production for the Wu-Tang Clan and their associates. His signature sound helped make him one of the most in-demand producers.
He is best known for producing trap beats for several Southern hip hop artists
His best known singles include uch as "Black Beatles" by Rae Sremmurd, "Pour It Up" by Rihanna, and "Formation" by Beyoncé.
In an interview with XXL, Mike Will said, "Gucci Mane was the first major artist]to ever rap on my beat.
Mike Will has named a number of musical influences on his own production work. In a "Behind the Beats" interview with Complex magazine, he says that he "always admired Dr. Dre's drums", and calls Timbaland "the first crazy pop producer... He brought so many artists to the game
How we selected:
Major Influencers of Sound
Most Clout
Most Distinct Sound
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