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Music Mavericks The Dead Beatz Unleash Their Weapons Of Mass Production
The CNN iReport Music Spotlight: Daring, Dynamic, Exciting and Unique are the words that best describe the production crew The Dead Beatz. Music is an universal language and the Dead Beatz speak it well! They are musical chameleons. Their innovative style brings together a fusion of Hip Hop, Rock and Soul music. The Dead Beatz are quickly becoming one of the most sought after production teams around. They are split between Charlotte, North Carolina and the suburbs of Kansas City, Missouri. The production trio operate The Dead Beatz Studios in North Carolina and The House of Broken Dreams located in Missouri.
These Beat Masters have already secured production credits with such premier artists as Rick Ross Juvenile, French Montana, LEP, Joell Ortiz, Caskey (YMCMB). Duece Poppi (MMG), Tali Blanco, and more. The Dead Beatz have produced several tracks for Detroit Rappers Twiztid such as "Falling Down," "The Deep End," and "Down with Us." And they are working with Twiztid on the upcoming EP "Get Twiztid." Additionally, they have worked with MTV, Kevin Hart's major motion picture "Laugh At My Pain" and the reality show "The Bad Girls Club." The Dead Beatz create bold, triumphant, melody driven tracks. In the lab, their weapons of mass production include Reason, Studio one, FL Studio, Mercury Waves, iZotope , the Roland Fantom G6 and KRK 8 Monitors.
Moreover, with their top level engineering skills, The Dead Beatz can take an artist's music to a new plateau and give it a crisp sound. They have the ability to create, scrutinize, critique, modify, shape and control the details and sound quality of a client's music. These production juggernauts are selective in terms of the caliber of their clientele. "We want to be a part of music that we actually WANT to listen to personally. We are at a point in our career where we value the reputation of the music we are attaching our name to," rave The Dead Beatz.
Equally important, the production crew has an artist development program, whereby they offer special packages to independent artists for production, mixing and mastering. They currently have 4 EPs that are scheduled for release this Summer via their artist development program from Skylar Rain, Black Feniks, Lyinheart and Mike Milli. The Dead Beatz are confident that they have the necessary skills, ambition and perseverance to achieve their goal of making them one of the most recognized and demanded production companies in the music industry. Stay connected with The Dead Beatz on Twitter @TheDeadBeatzz and @EpademikMusic.