Killbeatz - Making of R2Bees & Wande Coal "Kiss Your Hand" beats


Published by Nigeria Music Network in Studio Sessions



Killbeatz in the building! Watch a studio session with Killbeatz - the making of R2Bees & Wande Coal "Kiss Your Hand" beats. This guy truly kills beats just like his name says!

Ghanaian music producer, Joseph Addison, aslo known as Killbeatz, had the passion for music at a tender age and comes from a family of musicians.

Here's what the talented Killbeatz have to say:

"I started as a pianist in my church choir in Tema. I got my engineering antics from I-3 studios in Tema way back in 1999. My first track was for a rap group in my neighbourhood called Camp Yard now R2Bees some years ago. My first hit was when I recorded Chemphe's first single "No Pampanaa" in 2004", Killzbeatz said.

I do all kinds of beats but I will describe mine as 'Afro pop' beat. For a while now, I realised the music scene was moving in one direction and we needed a change. So I played "I Dey Mad" beat for R2bees and "Baby" for Sarkodie and now most engineers want to sound like Killbeatz, but I want to urge them to be creative enough, Killbeatz blows his trumpet there."

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