Yesterday, Hip-Hop-N-More had a chance to talk with multi-platinum & Grammy nominated producer Drumma Boy who obviously needs no introduction. From the clubs to the radio to the house parties, his music can be heard literally everywhere. In a candid chat, the flag bearer of Southern Hip-Hop talked about his upcoming album The Birth Of D-Boy Fresh, influence of his parents on his music, most memorable studio story, favorite producers in the game, one artist he would like to make a joint album with and possible upcoming collaborations with T.I., Wiz Khalifa, 50 Cent and even Kanye West.
HHNM: What’s up sir, thanks for taking out the time to speak to us today. What have you been up to lately?
Drumma Boy: No problem man, we finally connected, I’m glad. Just working , I’m in the studio working on new beats. Just finished my lunch.
You come from a family of musicians. Tell us how that helped you develop into a successful producer you are today.
That definitely made me who I am today. Dad is clarinettist and music professor in the University of Memphis and my mom was an Opera singer so I had a lot of home training. I had music in my house all the time so I learned everything about notes, beats and all that. Started playing instruments and making beats at a very young age and next thing you know, people started digging it. But coming from that sort of a background was a blessing.
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