April showers bring friends old and new to 11th Street!
Think It’s A Game artist Rich Homie Quan returned for 2 sessions in Studio A , while A1 Recordings/E1 Music artist Rocko put in some work with a total of 4 12-hour blocks in Studio A this month.
Polo Grounds artist Diamond saw us off into April with a session in Studio C with engineer Ejay, and Universal Music Latino artist Jencarlos recorded with engineer Shaun Quin as Studio A’s next booking.
Studio C was buzzing with activity all month and was booked every single day! CKP and engineer Nico Solis brought us in with 3 back to back night sessions in our Studio C while 11th Street Engineer Dan Cahill worked with indie artist Autumn Copeland during the day in Studio C for 2 sessions over the weekend. RCA rapper Dee-1 finished out his long-term sessions strong with a whole week of recording in Studio C with engineer Ejay Washington. CKP returned for the next 5 days straight. Street Money Worldwide artist Quicktrip returned for 3 sessions in the busy room.
Studio C was then introduced to Moroccan artist Elam Jay for 2 days while he worked with Steve Fisher on finding his new sound in America.
IMS artist Ty Hibbard recorded with Ejay for 3 days this month while Drum Squad founder and producer Drumma Boy worked for a day with engineer Firas Quick in the popular Studio A.
Producer Blac Elvis booked another 20 days in Studio B and continued to work with artists ranging from Parkwood Entertainment rapper Ingrid to rising star Kayla Brianna. Keri Hilson’s manager, Al Jamaal Jones, brought his new artist, Cody Matlock, to work on new music.
CKP also started Studio A off strong with 4 days of sessions before passing the torch to Zone 4/Interscope Records artist Keri Hilson who had 1 session in the same room.
Studio F continued to be occupied by F&F Entertainment singer/songwriters Fallon and Felisha King of Cherish with sessions held by Manager/A&R Mathias Sorum. Paradox Music Group producer CC Madcap also came through this month recording music for the EP Paradox.