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SESSION NOTES: June 2016

Flux Pavilion

Things are heating up at 11th Street!

Circus/Atlantic Records EDM DJ Flux Pavilion stopped by Studio A for 2 days while over from the UK on his U.S. tour.

Moroccan artist Elam Jay came back and put in work! Here with us for 8 days, Elam collaborated with writers and producers in Studio C, with Firas Quick engineering.

DJ Stickuhbush spent a day with us in Studio A one weekend and the next weekend actor and 300 Entertainment artist Shameik Moore recorded in Studio A with engineer Ejay Washington.

Studio B was booked out for another 20 days by producer Blac Elvis and we saw Love and Hip Hop Atlanta cast member Lil Scrappy come through and jump on one of Elvis’ EDM tracks. RCA Records artist and The Voice contestant Avery Wilson also dropped by and worked on some new music for his album.

Think It’s A Game artist Rich Homie Quan was back in Studio A with engineer Shaun Quin for a day while Street Money Worldwide artist Quicktrip continued to work in Studio C, spending 6 days with us this month!

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, mixing and mastering music for the EP Paradox.

Hi Life Records artist Trigga worked in Studio C as well while Jazze Pha held 2 days of sessions with various artists in Studio A.

Epic Records artist Future brought Freebandz back to the building to occupy Studio A and Studio C for 3 days. Kemosabe/RCA Records artists R. City worked in Studio A for a day while G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recording artist Cyhi the Prynce helped us close out the month in Studio C.

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