Born In The Dominican Republic April 5th 1984, Brought To America At The Tender Age Of 2 months...I was Introduced to music at a very young age...I knew from that day, that music will be a part of my life forever. With an ear for all different type of sounds, I found it hard to stick to one genre of music and that in itself helped out my sound and the way I wanted to make music in the years to come. Though it took many years for me to actually start making my own music...I never lost focus on wanting to become a producer when the time was right...rushing into it was never in my plans.
Listening to BadBoy's 112 first album inspired me to begin writing. I would listen to that album over and over and over again, wishing it was me behind that mic. I was infatuated with the sound they brought to the music industry and became a fanatic of them dudes for life. Eventually I started writing poetry then slowly moved to songs, writing everyday allowed me to gain a love for writing I thought I could never lose...but a few years into writing I noticed or felt that everything started to look the same to me...and forcing myself to try and be more creative, created a writers block that would last 3 years. The darkness rained on me for many nights not being able to write...but soon the sun came...it came with the music I was soon to create...music I was holding within since birth.
Nide "The Producer" was born in april 2005. After long years of debating whether I should produce or not...I began to work with a local producer while making a poetry cd titled "lipstick on the mirror" a compilation of my best poetry written. Watching him create what became the soundtrack to my thoughts directly in front of me with no rehearsal, inspired me and made me believe that I could become what I feel I was put on this earth for...A Producer who could one day adjust the way music is made. My keyboard became my everything, a day didn't go by where I didn't work on something or at least listen to prior trackz made to see if they could be touched up. After two years of producing I've come to appreciate the craft more than ever...I was quick to judge everyones work and critique it...not knowing how much work is actually put into their music. I personally don't feel a lot of the music I hear...but I understand now that it took time and energy to make it and understand that its just what that artist and producer wanted to say at the time. We all interpret music in our own language, we are all trying to bring something new...we are not always going to like what we hear...but that doesn't officially make that song or artist "garbage" as I used to say.
So to end my bio ill say this...in my opinion, there is no right way to make music...I don't believe in laws or rules when it comes to this...I just make sure that I'm being true to myself...and always make sure that I put my heart into everything I set my mind to...peace and blessings...one love
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