I miss D’banj and Don Jazzy together on a song. Bangalee had some good songs after the break down, but obviously it wasn’t ‘Don Jazzy Again!’ Those two guys shared great chemistry in the studio and you can tell on every song they had, just like ID Cabasa & 9ice on the best combo of the century ‘Gongo Aso Album’, and Sosick and the late Dagrin (R.I.P) ‘CEO Album’.
Recently I read an article on Drake where he said loosing Noah ‘40′ Shebib is the biggest fear of his life cos ‘40′ has multiple sclerosis which might take him away anytime. Nobody does it better than Timbaland and Missy Elliot on a record, Pheelz and Olamide, Cohbams and Asa, Wizkid and Legendary Beatz and list goes on.
So ask yourself, who is your producer? You need to look out for these guidelines before choosing someone to work with.
Firstly, you need to understand your sound. Musicians who don’t know their ‘sound’ often create studio albums that take on their producer’s sound. It’s not your producer’s album. It’s yours! Be confident in your music and your style. Bring what you have to the table and make sure your music stands strong on its own so that your producer knows exactly what he/she is working with.
I don’t know about you guys, but for me most times when I’m writing a song, I already know what I want it to sound like. My first point and …Read More
Source:: The NET