Q&A With One Of Hip Hop’s Fastest Growing Producers Baby Breeze
Congratulations Baby Breeze on your recent collabs with some amazing artists. Here at UGHHBLOG embrace all styles of music, just as long its DOPE then its approved. For the fans that are unfamiliar with your work, please tell us where are you from? Tell us how long you’ve been producing, and how did you come up with your producer name Baby Breeze?
I’m from Charleston Sc. I have been making beats since I was 8 years old. My name Baby Breeze is from my father. His name is Savanna Breeze. I was the youngest son so they called my older brother Big Breeze and called me Baby Breeze.
What influenced you to become a producer? Once one thing to rap, but a whole different beast to make dope beats! Did you ever rap?
Once one thing to rap, but a whole different beast to make dope beats! Did you ever rap? I actually started out rapping and making my own beats. Had a whole movement and a group called ( Gurilla Mafia) with my Squad.I always loved making beats tho. I use to sit in my room and mimic Mannie Fresh beats. Mannie Influenced a lot of my sound.
How important is it for you to stay ORIGINAL? How would you describe your production sound? Have you always leaned towards the mainstream trap style sound? or did you ever produce some boom-bap style 90s golder era beats?
I feel like originality is import but it has to be in you. There ain’t nothing new under the sun but you have to put your
own style and Frequency to it. My style is like a mixture of bounce and Charleston where I’m from. I know how to do other genre of music but the mainstream bounce/ trap is winning for me right now.
What was the very first piece of production equipment that you ever bought. And, what do you currently use to produce for artists today?
1 st keyboard was a Casio . My mother brought it for me and I never looked back. With time everything went digital so when I got on FL studio it’ was a wrap. I still use it till this day.
Tell us about the creative process when you head into the studio? Do you produce from home? Let the fans know the vibe when you’re in the lab..!
studio? Do you produce from home? Let the fans know the vibe when you're in the lab..! I come from both. I can be in the studio and cook up on the spot or I can make beats at home to. I go off of the artist when I’m in the studio if there like just make a beat then I create a vibe to there liking. All my placements came off of my YouTube beats tho.
Let the fans know who are some big names you have worked with so far, and who you are planning on working with in the future?
So far I have worked with Mulatto, Brs kash Rowdy Rebel,Funny mike, Saucy Sanatana, Waka Flocka, Badda Td, Trap commander, Bc Jroc, Bc Shooter, Bc Mars & Rico Presley. I’m planning on working with any artist
that’s ready to work and make magic.
How are you dealing with this whole nationwide lockdown due to Covid-19 CoronaVirus? Has this affected your music career in any way?
I made the most money during the pandemic.I sold more beats, got placements was able to build my brand more during COVID. I’m glad everything is opening back up.
In 2021, who will be on your personal music rotation playlist!? Any new artists you are listening to? Any artist you would like to work with?
I listen to Money Man a lot. He is my favorite artist right now. Looking forward to working with him more soon. I want to work with lil baby and drake 4sho!
Anything big you are planning on dropping this year? If you have the right to speak on it, let us know?
More placements Achieving more goals.
We have to ask our most popular question, what is your definition of “Underground Hip Hop”?
Anyone who is out here grinding for what they want. Ambition with your grind on overload.
Lastly, is there any advice you’d like to give to those trying to set their foot in as a producer?
Get a YouTube. YouTube is one of the best places for a producer. You might have 100 people listen to your beats and it could be 50 important people. Stand out and create an undeniable sound. Stay focus, network and stay consistent no matter what.