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producer who made number 1 hits for dmx,others exposes irv gotti as a fraud producer.
 

 
RV GOTTI TOOK CREDIT FOR MY BEATS ON DMX ALBUM WITHOUT ASKING!!!" SELF SERVICE SPEAKS OUT!!!





man i believe him. its crazy because i never seen dr.dre and irv gotti in teh studio actually making a beat on the internet or television back in the days.

if you never see a producer in the studio or a video of them making a beat. they are fraud.


i lost so much respect for irv gotti after this sh*t.





as a producer and former beat maker myself. i always said it was weird. how a how irv gotti beats sound too original and dope to be produce by one n*gga.

espically irv gotti beat sound on the level of swizz beatz,timbland, those dope rnb producer, and others.

sh*t sounded way too advance. dude uses too many different snares,kicks,hi hats, instruments and samples.

usually a producer has a siguature sound where they use a certain amount of the same instruments,snares,kicks and sounds.

i don't matter how creative or different they are.

you can tell a dj quik beat. from a timbland beat. or a dj paul and juicy j beat. from pimp c beat. or a dj toomp from heatmakerz.



plus if irv gotti really produced those beats. he discoaphy would be alot longer.


here is the famous hit that irv gotti claim was his





Last edited by classicrap1; 01-17-2022 at 01:53 PM..
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 4 months ago '18        #2
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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1. for those of yaw do not know this old man. i am shocked such a old man could produce all those hits. damn. this n*gga really is telling the truth.


hits he made before dmx what my name?







Discography
Productions

X1 - "My Time" (1997)
Onyx - "Mad World" (feat. Whosane & X1) (1997)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down" (feat. DMX) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Face Down" from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Veronica" (feat. Sunshine) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "fu*k Dat" (feat. All City, Bubba Smith and X1) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down (Remix)" (feat. N.O.R.E. & Big Pun) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Cocoa Brovaz - "Black Trump" (feat. Raekwon) from The Rude Awakening (1998)
Heltah Skeltah - "Call Of The Wild" (1998)
DJ Clue - "Queensfinest" (feat. Nas) from The Professional (1998)
Ja Rule - "Daddy's Little Baby" from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
Ja Rule - "Kill 'Em All" featuring Jay-Z from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
DMX - "What's My Name" from ...And Then There Was X (1999)
Musiq Soulchild - "Soulchild (Intermission)" from Aijuswanaseing (2000)
Half-A-Mil - "Ghetto Girl" (2000)
Big Pokey - "Swallowed By The Game" (2000)
Big Pokey - "That's The Way" (2000)
LL Cool J - "Farmers" from G.O.A.T. ‎(2000)
Cam'ron - "All the Chicken Heads" from S.D.E. (2000)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" (2000)
Ja Rule - "6 Feet Underground" from Rule 3:36 (2000)
Stone Rivers - "I Cry" (2000)
Outsidaz - "Rehab" (2001)
Tragedy Khadafi - "Live By The Gun" from Against All Odds (2001)
N.O.R.E. & Styles P - "Come Thru" (2001)
Amazin - "Cool" (2001)
Fat Joe - "Opposites Attract (What They Like)" from Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Come On" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Not Die'n" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Oh My God" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Onyx - "Hood Beef" (feat. X-1) from Bacdafucup Part II (2002)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" from ...Harlem's Greatest (2002)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - "Money, Money" (2002)
DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset" from From Me To U (2003)
Method Man - "The Show" from Tical 0: The Prequel (2004)
Cam'ron - "Shake" from Purple Haze (2004)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset (Santannas Town)" feat. Cam'ron from Various - The Sound Of Smoove (2004)
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - "Throw Down Your Gun" from Riot Musik (2005)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - Bone Brothers (2005)
Ali Caldwell - "Counter Clockwise" from Heart of Ballads (2015)
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 4 months ago '18        #3
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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i always seen self service on the credits of camron

dj envy

dipset albums and roc a fella albums. and always wonder who this niga was.


apparently he is right he been popping before irv gotti and after?


1997 first song with dmx.






smif and wessen feat wu tang.








ja rule daddy little girl




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 4 months ago '06        #4
RAZAH CUTS  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x83
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i mean, everyone should know that Irv basically is like, a ghost producer and that he doesn't make sh*t... he be on that 'executive producer' sh*t that really just means they gave a deal to the producer and r*ped his record...

the game been like this forever... he ain't really sayin nuthin new....
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 4 months ago '05        #5
Trakboy 
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you can see on Ja Rule Album credits that Irv Gotti never produced sh*t alone for the most time...it was always with guys like Lil Rob,Ty Fyffe, Chink Santana,7 Aurelius,
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 4 months ago '18        #6
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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i did not know he made all these legendary hood classics.


this was one of the most creative hood beats ever. and songs.




Cam'ron - "That's Me





Bone Thugs N' Harmony - "Money, Money"




santana town




DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)


dj envy did the same sh*t. omg! i knew dj envy could not produced this good.

should of known self service produced this.

if dj envy produced this something this fire. he would of sold more beats as producer.

DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)

Artist: DJ Envy
Featuring: Jay-Z
Song: “H.O.V.A.”
Producer: DJ Envy
Album: The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1
Label: Desert Storm/Epic
Copyright: (P) 2002, 2003 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT


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 4 months ago '18        #7
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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at the 0:00 to 0:10 mark.

wow. thank god for the internet. the righetous man and person who is telling the truth gets to prove they are right.


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 4 months ago '18        #8
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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 RAZAH CUTS said
i mean, everyone should know that Irv basically is like, a ghost producer and that he doesn't make sh*t... he be on that 'executive producer' sh*t that really just means they gave a deal to the producer and r*ped his record...

the game been like this forever... he ain't really sayin nuthin new....
DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)


i mean you really could not tell back in the days. you only could go by album credits and produced by.

and irv gotti sit up there and try to defend himself. and said he produced it and mixed and master it. as a actually producer who did the drums,kick,snares and did the samples. that is lying. exettive producer and hiop hop producer are 2 different thangs.

dj envy did the same sh*t. omg! i knew dj envy could not produced this good.

should of known self service produced this.

if dj envy produced this something this fire. he would of sold more beats as producer.

dj envy apparently bought the beat from self service and put his name on it.

damn jay-z fu*ked this track up something serious. should of gave it to anotehr rapper.

DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)

Artist: DJ Envy
Featuring: Jay-Z
Song: “H.O.V.A.”
Producer: DJ Envy
Album: The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1
Label: Desert Storm/Epic
Copyright: (P) 2002, 2003 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT



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 4 months ago '18        #9
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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 RAZAH CUTS said
i mean, everyone should know that Irv basically is like, a ghost producer and that he doesn't make sh*t... he be on that 'executive producer' sh*t that really just means they gave a deal to the producer and r*ped his record...

the game been like this forever... he ain't really sayin nuthin new....
that not what irv gotti said. he lied to podcast,online and folks on soical media and interviews and said he did the beats and that they were mad and bitter there career did not pain out.


like they hope it would.


irv gotti is a good liar.

this n*gga set up here and told xxl or dj ak and joe budden and others he wanted a gritty sample. and gritty drums. and wanted a soul sample. so he made the beat like on some freestyle mixtape throwaway album track or mixtape joint for get at me dog.


come to find out dame grease and p.k produced it.



and for this one.

he sits up and here lie and said self service co produced it.

like irv gotti is saying he made the joint. and self just add a small touch.

n*gga self produced the whole beat,instruments and everything and irv gotti put his name on it.





and holla holla

everything that we do. with that s*xy bi*ch christian milan.

and Llyod album.

ashanti and others.

 4 months ago '18        #10
classicrap1  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x13 OP
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 Trakboy said
you can see on Ja Rule Album credits that Irv Gotti never produced sh*t alone for the most time...it was always with guys like Lil Rob,Ty Fyffe, Chink Santana,7 Aurelius,
it said irv gotti as a main producer and had there names as co producer or as writters. not producers. or publishing.


something like this. but irv gotti names was first as producer.









but if you just hear a beat and take it from somebody and give it to a artist. that is not a producer. you just taking beats and giving them to artist.

and you collecting the checks by putting your name down as a producer or publisher so you can get 25% from them.

that is grimey as fuk.
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 4 months ago '07        #11
A-L-P 
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 classicrap1 said
1. for those of yaw do not know this old man. i am shocked such a old man could produce all those hits. damn. this n*gga really is telling the truth.


hits he made before dmx what my name?







Discography
Productions

X1 - "My Time" (1997)
Onyx - "Mad World" (feat. Whosane & X1) (1997)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down" (feat. DMX) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Face Down" from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Veronica" (feat. Sunshine) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "fu*k Dat" (feat. All City, Bubba Smith and X1) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down (Remix)" (feat. N.O.R.E. & Big Pun) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Cocoa Brovaz - "Black Trump" (feat. Raekwon) from The Rude Awakening (1998)
Heltah Skeltah - "Call Of The Wild" (1998)
DJ Clue - "Queensfinest" (feat. Nas) from The Professional (1998)
Ja Rule - "Daddy's Little Baby" from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
Ja Rule - "Kill 'Em All" featuring Jay-Z from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
DMX - "What's My Name" from ...And Then There Was X (1999)
Musiq Soulchild - "Soulchild (Intermission)" from Aijuswanaseing (2000)
Half-A-Mil - "Ghetto Girl" (2000)
Big Pokey - "Swallowed By The Game" (2000)
Big Pokey - "That's The Way" (2000)
LL Cool J - "Farmers" from G.O.A.T. ‎(2000)
Cam'ron - "All the Chicken Heads" from S.D.E. (2000)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" (2000)
Ja Rule - "6 Feet Underground" from Rule 3:36 (2000)
Stone Rivers - "I Cry" (2000)
Outsidaz - "Rehab" (2001)
Tragedy Khadafi - "Live By The Gun" from Against All Odds (2001)
N.O.R.E. & Styles P - "Come Thru" (2001)
Amazin - "Cool" (2001)
Fat Joe - "Opposites Attract (What They Like)" from Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Come On" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Not Die'n" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Oh My God" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Onyx - "Hood Beef" (feat. X-1) from Bacdafucup Part II (2002)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" from ...Harlem's Greatest (2002)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - "Money, Money" (2002)
DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset" from From Me To U (2003)
Method Man - "The Show" from Tical 0: The Prequel (2004)
Cam'ron - "Shake" from Purple Haze (2004)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset (Santannas Town)" feat. Cam'ron from Various - The Sound Of Smoove (2004)
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - "Throw Down Your Gun" from Riot Musik (2005)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - Bone Brothers (2005)
Ali Caldwell - "Counter Clockwise" from Heart of Ballads (2015)
He wasn’t old when he made the beats
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 4 months ago '18        #12
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 4 months ago '18        #13
Rugby Jones  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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You can tell he got a thing 4 strings .

Gotti & Dupree are Not music driven , they don't have a style or sound
And they slime balls
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 4 months ago '04        #14
xbossxplayax 
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u know a beat maker isnt a producer
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 4 months ago '20        #15
rapper10  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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 xbossxplayax said
u know a beat maker isnt a producer
i am curious?


then why do swizz beatz, dj paul and juicy j, timbland, 9th wonder mannie fresh use to called themself super producers?


2. you know irv gotti did not play the piano and keyboards. so what else do you call it?


3. what does irv gotti and p.diddy do to call themseleves record producers?

if a movie producer who directs and makes movies?

what do you call him?

 4 months ago '20        #16
rapper10  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x12
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 xbossxplayax said
u know a beat maker isnt a producer
education me?

putting your name on something is not a talent? so you telling me. having other producer making the beats. and you as teh record label ceo can just put your name on everything. lol!

like when folks exposed dr.dre. other people making beats,music, and tracks. and you taking them. is not consider a talent.

anybody can do that.

daz and other death row and nwa and aftermath producers said that dr.dre would just hear other beats and tracks. take them. pay a n*gga 1,000 or 2,000 take a n*gga publishing.

and put his name on it.

you can easly paid a engerrne or mixing and mastering recording engerr 50,100 or 500 to mix and master tracks.

and hagve them making as good as dr.dre.

i call myself a beat maker because i cannot play the keyboards well and read notes. and play the keyboard at all.

i just just try to come up with random notes or play the pc or mac keyboard on fl studio until i can come up with some magic.
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 4 months ago '17        #17
Berr 
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produced by DJ irv.



That's about 94.
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 4 months ago '18        #18
Eclectic  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x147
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 4 months ago '06        #19
"SS"  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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 rapper10 said
education me?

putting your name on something is not a talent? so you telling me. having other producer making the beats. and you as teh record label ceo can just put your name on everything. lol!

like when folks exposed dr.dre. other people making beats,music, and tracks. and you taking them. is not consider a talent.

anybody can do that.

daz and other death row and nwa and aftermath producers said that dr.dre would just hear other beats and tracks. take them. pay a n*gga 1,000 or 2,000 take a n*gga publishing.

and put his name on it.

you can easly paid a engerrne or mixing and mastering recording engerr 50,100 or 500 to mix and master tracks.

and hagve them making as good as dr.dre.

i call myself a beat maker because i cannot play the keyboards well and read notes. and play the keyboard at all.

i just just try to come up with random notes or play the pc or mac keyboard on fl studio until i can come up with some magic.


I don't know about them orher n*ggas, and dre may have jerked a n*ggas along the way, but dre has a sound, when you hear some sh*t that he really produced, without anyone telling you, you already know it's dre
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 4 months ago '16        #20
Djackso2 
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With Dre it’s fake news. With irv there could be something.

 4 months ago '16        #21
Almightyvsop 
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 classicrap1 said
1. for those of yaw do not know this old man. i am shocked such a old man could produce all those hits. damn. this n*gga really is telling the truth.


hits he made before dmx what my name?







Discography
Productions

X1 - "My Time" (1997)
Onyx - "Mad World" (feat. Whosane & X1) (1997)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down" (feat. DMX) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Face Down" from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Veronica" (feat. Sunshine) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "fu*k Dat" (feat. All City, Bubba Smith and X1) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Onyx - "Shut 'Em Down (Remix)" (feat. N.O.R.E. & Big Pun) from Shut 'Em Down (1998)
Cocoa Brovaz - "Black Trump" (feat. Raekwon) from The Rude Awakening (1998)
Heltah Skeltah - "Call Of The Wild" (1998)
DJ Clue - "Queensfinest" (feat. Nas) from The Professional (1998)
Ja Rule - "Daddy's Little Baby" from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
Ja Rule - "Kill 'Em All" featuring Jay-Z from Venni Vetti Vecci (1999)
DMX - "What's My Name" from ...And Then There Was X (1999)
Musiq Soulchild - "Soulchild (Intermission)" from Aijuswanaseing (2000)
Half-A-Mil - "Ghetto Girl" (2000)
Big Pokey - "Swallowed By The Game" (2000)
Big Pokey - "That's The Way" (2000)
LL Cool J - "Farmers" from G.O.A.T. ‎(2000)
Cam'ron - "All the Chicken Heads" from S.D.E. (2000)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" (2000)
Ja Rule - "6 Feet Underground" from Rule 3:36 (2000)
Stone Rivers - "I Cry" (2000)
Outsidaz - "Rehab" (2001)
Tragedy Khadafi - "Live By The Gun" from Against All Odds (2001)
N.O.R.E. & Styles P - "Come Thru" (2001)
Amazin - "Cool" (2001)
Fat Joe - "Opposites Attract (What They Like)" from Jealous Ones Still Envy (J.O.S.E.) (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Come On" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Not Die'n" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Sticky Fingaz - "Oh My God" from Blacktrash: The Autobiography of Kirk Jones (2001)
Onyx - "Hood Beef" (feat. X-1) from Bacdafucup Part II (2002)
Cam'ron - "That's Me" from ...Harlem's Greatest (2002)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - "Money, Money" (2002)
DJ Envy - "H.O.V.A." (feat. Jay-Z) (2003)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset" from From Me To U (2003)
Method Man - "The Show" from Tical 0:The Prequel (2004)
Cam'ron - "Shake" from Purple Haze (2004)
Juelz Santana - "Dipset (Santannas Town)" feat. Cam'ron from Various - The Sound Of Smoove (2004)
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - "Throw Down Your Gun" from Riot Musik (2005)
Bone Thugs N' Harmony - Bone Brothers (2005)
Ali Caldwell - "Counter Clockwise" from Heart of Ballads (2015)
That BTNH money, money

That beat is cold as fu*k.
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 4 months ago '16        #22
pnostarr  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x18
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 classicrap1 said
RV GOTTI TOOK CREDIT FOR MY BEATS ON DMX ALBUM WITHOUT ASKING!!!" SELF SERVICE SPEAKS OUT!!!







man i believe him. its crazy because i never seen dr.dre and irv gotti in teh studio actually making a beat on the internet or television back in the days.

if you never see a producer in the studio or a video of them making a beat. they are fraud.


i lost so much respect for irv gotti after this sh*t.





as a producer and former beat maker myself. i always said it was weird. how a how irv gotti beats sound too original and dope to be produce by one n*gga.

espically irv gotti beat sound on the level of swizz beatz,timbland, those dope rnb producer, and others.

sh*t sounded way too advance. dude uses too many different snares,kicks,hi hats, instruments and samples.

usually a producer has a siguature sound where they use a certain amount of the same instruments,snares,kicks and sounds.

i don't matter how creative or different they are.

you can tell a dj quik beat. from a timbland beat. or a dj paul and juicy j beat. from pimp c beat. or a dj toomp from heatmakerz.



plus if irv gotti really produced those beats. he discoaphy would be alot longer.


here is the famous hit that irv gotti claim was his







aww shut up and stop your belly aching.. if you had the opportunity to make millions off a young producer that you gave an opportunity to, you'd do the same... you'd want 25-50% or more for putting him on.. if you didnt then youre a fool.. ngas always wanna cry about lost royalties 20 years later, after the ink is dry... foh.. if you wanna be a big producer, you gotta sign people under you too... just because you didnt make the beat doesnt mean it wasnt your production... if you know anything about executive producing, you know its more to a whole production than just making a fukn beat


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 4 months ago '16        #23
pnostarr  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x18
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executive producer need some points on that publishing too... so im just supposed to take your no name producer beat and let my multiplatinum artist get on it then pay hype williams to shoot a video for your no name producer beat, then get it on the radio, then you get all the money you no name nga? foh... cry baby post
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 4 months ago '15        #24
screwhead501  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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I don't know what exactly Dre does, since he usually has at least one person with him since the Chronic. I don't know how often he's the one making riffs and chord progressions. But, I can tell he has an impact on the sound, and is definitely a skilled mixer.
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 4 months ago '07        #25
killacar 
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 xbossxplayax said
u know a beat maker isnt a producer
That's not true, but all producers aren't beat makers, I think that's what you were getting at
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