[Engineered] BBZ Darney Hot Swedish Producer

B.B.Z Darney is a Swedish “underground” beatmaker. The shortening in his name means “Boom Bappin’ Zombie”. The Boom Bap stands for the true Hip-Hop and the Zombie for the rugged flavours in his beats. He creates 90’s Hip-Hop styled beats in his own way with a mentality to bring up Original styles, new ideas and thought provoking sounds. He samples different vocals/talk sentences and put them on his productions to give them an acctual theme about anything from Hip-Hop to the universe that surrounds us.

What keeps B.B.Z. Darney inspirated and motivated to keep creating his art in these days and times is the love for true hiphop, which you never see on the radio these days. So his goal when creating beats is to help build up the true essence of Hip-Hop music in the little way he can, as well as just having fun and giving Hip-Hop heads out there something to drool about.

When B.B.Z. Darney is not creating beats he is often doing Graphic jobs as designing logos, often in a Graffiti type of style. He creates
album covers for various artist around the world. He recently designed the Album cover on a newly released underground Hip-Hop album by Emcee “uMaNg” entitled “Lasting Impressions”, where B.B.Z. Darney also stood for all the production work behind the beats.
That album can be reviewed here:
umang.bandcamp.com/album/lasting-impressions

B.B.Z. Darney want’s to drop a big peace to all the peoples out there who have supported him through the years as well as peoples supporting true Hip-Hop, you know who you are!


Interview:
Q. So how did it all begin for you?
A. Since a kid I had love for Hip-Hop Music and it’s sound. So one day when I grew older I just decided to make a beat myself on the Pc – The rest is history.

Q. What was your first beat machine?
A. The computer, you make the best with what you got.

Q. What programs do you use now?
A. FL Studio 7

Q. When was the first time someone used one of your beats?
A. Well I have only been producing since 2009 but became serious in 2010, so basically 2010 I think.

Q. Were you always into producing or were you a Dj or mc?
A. I have always been into producing, but wouldn’t mind try the Dj stuff out.

Q. Where did you get your passion or drive to be a producer?
A. Keeping It Real! Stomp on these New School Hip-Hop Cats soundwise.

Q. Are you working with any artists now?
A. I’m working on a few records with my homie uMaNg and a dope group entitled Epidemic out in Los Angeles, and many more to be shown soon.

Q. How many tracks do you have under your belt?
A. A lot.

Q. Where are you from?
A. Sweden

Q. Who would you like to work with? Artist and production company?
A. Mobb Deep could holler at me with their 90’s styles.. but word anyone that keeps it tight.

Q. Who would you like to give thanks to for you getting to this point?
A. Hip-Hop.

Q. What should we expect from you in the near future?
A. Anything that resembles REAL hip-hop, but word, keep your eyes up for nice surprises.

Q. Besides yourself who is you favorite producer?
A. Yourself aint my favorite producer so I’ma say B.B.Z. Darney

SHOUT OUTS
Yo, to the Epidemic Crew, my old homie Kresh, my homie uMaNg,
And anyone that keeps it real and cant forget about you and your favourite whiteboy WhyTail yo!

B.B.Z. Darney links
www.BBZDarney.Bandcamp.com
www.youtube.com/cocacolarar
umang.bandcamp.com

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[Exposure]: Revisiting Nix Da Stunna F’ing Focused !!!!

Nix Original Interview Page

Narcisse Eva aka Nix DaStunna started producing music in 2009. There after he founded DaStunnaBeatz in 2010 and releases his first Producer Mixtape:
“PLAYGROUND The Mixtape” on July 1st, 2011.

Before his first project ever, DaStunnaBeatz was already recognized as a powerhouse in the music game. Through his high volume and expertise of industry quality productions, he has made a great name for himself. His dedication and commitment to making DaStunnaBeatz a household name is not to far fetched for this young man.

Now DaStunnaBeatz is back at it with his very anticipated 2nd Producer
mixtape “FxCKING FOCUSED The Mixtape”. The mixed tape includes 13 tracks by
various US artists like JC of The Finest, YOUNG DIZZY, JERRY WESS and
7 tracks by various artists from arround the world such as KAMNOUZE,
BLACKAPAR and J-RIO… It’s an international collaboration and Da Stunna is at the head of the table.

Some tracks off the Mixtape: Tracks from the mixtape

More tracks

Teaser: Teaser

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WEBSITE >> dastunnabeatz.com
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[Engineered]: Where There Is Fame, There Is Fortune…

Beat Mixed By: Fortune

Q. So how did it all begin for you?
A. Back when I was 15, I would ride the bus to middle school. There was a group of guys who always rapped on the bus. After a few days of listening, I decided to take part. Ever since then, I’ve been hooked.

Q. What was your first beat machine?
A. After the rhyming on the bus for a few months, I decided to get some equipment so I bought my first 4 track tape machine and a Korg beat synthesizer. To this day I still have the tape I made when I was 15.

Q. What programs do you use now?
A. I usually use Logic, Pro Tools or Reason to create my production work.

Q. When was the first time someone used one of your beats?
A. I had friends who always messed around on the beats I made, but the first track I actually sold was to an artist based out of North Carolina named TY.

Q. Were you always into producing or were you a DJ or MC?
A. At first I started rapping. When I turned to producing music it took away from the time I was able to write songs. In turn, I was making money off my beats, but I still have a deep passion for writing.

Q. Where did you get your passion or drive to be a producer?
A. I’m so tired of all the garbage that’s out right now and that drives me to work hard and keep a level of integrity in my work so that I don’t put out lousy music.

Q. What was your first instrument?
A. A Korg Keyboard with all the cheap stock sounds, hahaha.

Q. Did your parents wish you never bought it because of all the noise?
A. At that time I had a situated music space in my room and I never received any complaints.

Q. Are you working with any artists now?
A. Yes, I am. But I finished my first big project with a Gospel act by the name of SBG, the album is called “Rebirth”. I am featured on more than half of the album. This was my first big project as a producer.

Q. What accomplishments have you accumulated?
A. I have worked with a lot artists and gained a lot of experience with the recording and mixing aspect of music as well. One of my biggest accomplishments recently is a song I worked on that gets radio play here in the Bay Area called “She Chose” by Global Ft. J Valentine

Q. How many tracks do you have under your belt?
A. At least 100 solid songs, and that’s me being modest. I don’t really market my music through Sound-Click or other music sites, I usually send snippets to artists I’ve worked with in the past, so it holds more exclusivity.

Q. Where are you from?
A. Born and raised in the Marin County Area, California

Q. What is your production and real name?
A. Fortune aka Jake Lipton

Q. How many years have you been a professional producer, in your estimation and what would make you mark that particular time?
A. I have been producing music for about 5 yrs on and off, but I’ve been working in the industry for more than 7 years. From the moment I sold my first track, which went for $250.00,… my very first beat I ever made, from that point on I’ve considered it part of my profession.

Q. Who would you like to work with? Artist and production company?
A. Eminem, Dr. Dre, T.I, Ludacris,

Q. Who would you like to give thanks to for you getting to this point?
A. My competition for setting the bar high. My family and friends who always pushed me to grind harder and to the artists who have helped me grow.

Q. What should we expect from you in the near future?
A. A lot, not only will you be seeing me on credits for mixing music, but production and writing credits as well. You might even see an album at some point.

Q. Any web links, web pages, and/or shout outs to any one?
A. Facebook 415 Fortune
Twitter 415 Fortune
Youtube 415 Fortune
I’d like to give a shout out to SBG for choosing me out of all the producers he could of worked with for his gospel album. I’d also like to give a shout out to Global for always keeping it real with me and for linking me up with other artists to work with as potential clients.

Q. Besides yourself who is you favorite producer?
A. Well here are 2, one from the new school which is Vybe
and one from the old-school which is Dr. Dre