February started off nicely with RCA’s own Dee-1 booking out Studio C for 10 days with our engineer Ejay while A1 Recordings/E1 Music artist Rocko booked Studio A for 3 straight days.
Street Money Worldwide artist Quicktrip in Studio C for 2 days that week and A1 Recording/E1 Music artist Rocko working in Studio A for 1 day the same week. Jazze Pha then booked Studio A after for 2 straight days.
DJ Stickuhbush also stopped by studio A to work on a few songs while YGG Tay booked Studio C with engineer Ejay Washington.
51 Minds Entertainment came through and filmed an episode of Oxygen’s Sisterhood of Hip Hop in our Studio A, which features longtime client and Polo Grounds artist Diamond, formerly of Crime Mob.
Producer Blac Elvis continued working in Studio B and had it booked for 20 days this month. Sovereign Agency artist Isaac Caree stopped by with producer Jazze Pha to work on his new gospel album. Elvis also collaborated this month with Keri Hilson, Waka Flocka, K-Camp and Jonathan Stewart, running back for the Carolina Panthers, on ProJams, a platform connecting athletes with artists to create custom music to get them hyped for workouts, games, and life. The result was “Dab on My Haters” which will be released soon!
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.
Publishing rights organization ASCAP booked Studio A where studio owner Steve Fisher, Producer Blac Elvis and A&R Mathias Sorum hosted a panel for ASCAP members.
Cash Money artist Jacquees closed out the month in Studio A on the last day of February.