Rhythm Roulette: Drumma Boy | Mass Appeal

Rhythm Roulette: Drumma Boy | Mass Appeal

For this episode of Rhythm Roulette, Mass Appeal went to Atlanta to link up with acclaimed producer Drumma Boy.

With a rich classical musical history in his family, Drumma Boy entered the realm of hip hop production at a young age. But earning enough money on his own with placements with Jeezy, Gangsta Boo, T.I., Gucci Mane, and more proved that a college degree isn’t the only way to a stable career. Now he has his own company called Drum Squad which includes a production company, film company, and record label. He continues to also give back to his community with charities for colleges and the homeless.

We stepped into Wax N Facts with Drumma Boy to walk out with Bar-Kays’ Animal, Gideon’s I Gotta Be Me, and The Rough Guide To Psychedelic Cumbia. Drumma Boy takes a liking to the cumbia record and goes to work. The end result is something you and your parents could get down with at a Latino block party.

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Comment (28)

  1. everybody's not going to like any or everything…but that beat slappin cuhh. ion kno what type of ears most people have attached to their head but ears know music…good music frfr!

  2. Maaan y'all so fucking dumb. . He didn't use that perfect piano sample because he didn't want make something u can steal. I heard a drumma boy hit soon as I heard the piano. This dude purposely made that wack shit.

  3. crazy how producers used to work back in the day now you can just rip samples online and chop em up, you can stay in your room for hours and come out with 3-4 beats easy

  4. Definitely 1 of the weakest 1's. Just being honest, not trying to b disrespectful.

    Old heads did the series justice. Few short samples & created a song out of brief sounds & layers upon layers on top. Much more of a creation than what he did with 1 simple loop & some basic stuff over it.

    Didn't add any real creativity to it & beat relied way too heavily on just that sample. He had better stuff to work with but took the pre made, easy route. I guess I'd expect better from a guy with his family tree.

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