Genius record producer–Drumma Boy–is the man behind some of the biggest songs and you probably don't even know. But he's fine with being low-key, because his iconic work speaks for itself. The Memphis native produced Chart Topping songs for Gucci Mane, 2 Chainz, Jeezy, Drake and is also behind one of the biggest collaborations and summertime hits, "No Hands" by Waka Flocka, Wale & Roscoe Dash. Talk about an ultimate throwback.
"Being able to blend a Roscoe Dash with a Wale and a Waka Flocka, it was like the best combination, I knew we had a special mix" the "Put On" producer whispered as he molded Play-Doh.
While continuing to produce records, the 35-year-old has released his own 2019 project, My Brother's Keeper, which is an ode to his late brother who was killed in Atlanta. While many sent their condolences and best wishes to the "I Think I Love Her" producer, the studio was the first place calling his name.
"The first thing I wanted to do was go into the studio, to help myself vent at the same time deliver a powerful message to the people: his friends, kids, as well as something that will represent his legacy," the "Live On" rapper told Fuse in our latest episode of Mind Massage.
Watch the full video above to hear about his new clothing store "House of Fresh ATL" and get some tingles from some instruments and some flower seeds. Also remember when you hear "Listen To The Track Bitch!" you know Drumma Boy produced it.