Producer G.O.D.

Back to Player  

While some may consider G.O.D. a musical genius, he considers himself a unique expression of God. As a child growing up in New England, he was intrigued by music, listening to jazz, blues, funk, and R&B. He later found himself in the streets, breakdancing and emulating the hip-hop acts of that time. In elementary and junior high schools, G.O.D. played drums and guitar in the school bands. Shortly after that, he and his rap group, Tremble & Bass, were unable to find a suitable DJ, so G.O.D. offered to take on the role for the group. Honing his skills as a DJ, he quickly gained notoriety spinning at parties, clubs, and weddings. Armed with his turntables and a keyboard, he started making beats for his group and numerous other local acts. In 2002 G.O.D. worked as a producer for Embryo Records in Las Vegas. Some of his production credits include NBA star Tyrone Nesby, BMX champion TJ Lavin, and R&B artist extraordinaire, Reno McFarland. During that time he was enrolled in an engineering and protools course under the watchful eye of Tom Parham. He also worked with legendary composer and songwriter Gary Picus. Currently G.O.D. resides in Atlanta, producing Dammahum Records Recordings & a host of other artist on the Atlanta Hip Hop scene.

Comments

Add Comment View Comment Thread
top comment
Password must be at least 6 characters.