Redman Speaks On His Journey to Find the Next Super Producer!
Tracklib (www.tracklib.com), the world’s first and only service for quickly finding and legally clearing samples, and living rap legend and founding member of Def Squad Redman, are on the lookout for the next super producer lucky enough to end up working on a new Redman banger. Beginning today through October 1, Redman and Tracklib will begin accepting submissions for the Tracklib Beat Battle Competition.
“I want a FIRE beat using a Tracklib sample,” said Redman. “I don’t care if it’s R&B, pop, rap, club. We are scouring the planet to find the next super producer and you could be that person. But if I’m not getting that ugly face, we ain’t listening to it.”
Previous Tracklib Beat Battle Competitions have been judged by Wu-Tang Clan’s Inspectah Deck and the LOX’s Styles P, respectively, leading to thousands of submissions from 45 countries on 6 continents and 38 different states in the U.S.
Make a beat using any sample from Tracklib. Jazz, funk, music from one of the Tracklib-curated collections, flip children’s songs or go punk, explore one of the recent additions by exotica pioneer Les Baxter or reggae/dub legends Sly & Robbie. Anything is allowed as long as the song contains one or more Tracklib samples. Submit the beat to firstname.lastname@example.org as an MP3 file (max size: 10MB) before October 1, 2020 and go to www.tracklib.com/redman for the full contest rules and prizes from Serato and Tracklib.
“We are very excited to give our subscribers an opportunity to work with a legendary and respected artist like Redman,” said Pär Almqvist, Tracklib CEO and co-founder. “This could be a life changing experience for any producer and we are very proud to be able to continue to provide opportunities like this to our community of music makers.”