YB Solow

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Experience Producer/Songwriter Tranzformaz Music Group / Universal Music Group July 2013 – Present (2 months) Concore Entertainment/ Tranzformaz Music Group/ Universal Music Group is a record label, which has executives that are involved in many aspects of the entertainment industry. We have over 17 years of experience, in the entertainment industries. We specialize in: music production & engineering, music, distribution,management, film production & engineering, radio, internet, and video promotions and more. Labels We Have Worked With: EMI, Sony, Universal, Columbia, Warner Bros, Capitol, Interscope, Virgin, Atlantic Records,Hollywood, Motown, RCA. Producer/Songwriter Dynamic Producer March 2013 – Present (6 months) Formally working 3 years with GK Dreamz artist Marky-Bo from Oakland, CA, YB Solow and Marky-Bo went separate ways due to financial and personal differences. YB did not want his name tarnished by how other artists around him conducted business. He soon went on to become a part of Beach Boi Productions with another Bay Area artist, Armani Depaul. After working with Armani for a few months, YB noticed he needed to focus on himself more in order to further his production. October 5, 2012 - Fireboy LD sends YB a label agreement and distribution deal. YB signs to Dipset West Firebirds that same day. He starts fresh and works new production with various artists. Some of these artists include JR Writer, Blitz McBain, Fireboy LD, DB Tha General, Sage The Gemini, AseCard, and many more. Now YB has set himself out to become a solo producer. His genres include Hip Hop, Club Rap, "Trap Rap", and R&B. YB Solow is always looking for new artists to work with as well as promoters and constructive criticism by other producers, artists, and most importantly, the fans. For any questions, information, and offers please contact. solowproductions6116@gmail.com Yungbeatz20@ymail.com Twitter - @YBSolow IG - @ybsolow


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