300 Entertainment

Hope everyone had a fun and safe Memorial Day Weekend this month! Luckily, everyone was still in work mode here at 11th Street! Let’s check out what happened this month…

300 Entertainment A&R’s Zeke Hirschberg and Az Cohen brought the whole crew through for a writing camp for a week this month in all three rooms. The studio was buzzing through the day with artists and producers from the 300 roster including TK Kravitz, OMB Peezy, Navé Monjo, Ca$h, Tee Grizzley, and Dae Dae. Cash Money artist Jacquees, 1017 Records artist Young Scooter and DGYGZ artist Phresher also made an appearance during the writing camp along with many other producers.

Jacquees returned to work on new music, using Studio A for 3 days working with engineers Firas Quick and Ejay Washington.

Epic Records artist Future came by and booked Studios A, B, and C for one last session before the start of his NOBODY SAFE tour.

Baltimore natives Damond Blue and Ghost had nine sessions between them this month in studio C with Ejay tracking. Blue came back one more time to hold a listening session in Studio A.

Thinks It’s a Game newly signed artist Forte Bowie stopped by Studio A for a session with engineer Phillip “Dockz” Cromwell

Speaking of listening sessions, TIG artist YFN Lucci held one of his own in studio A and came back later this month for a tracking session in the same room.

Quality Control Music rapper Young Greatness dropped in for two sessions in studio A as well.

Fallon and Felisha of the group Cherish continued working on their new project in Studio F the entire month while Blac Elvis spent twenty more days in Studio B.

Interscope A&R Dash brought artist Playboi Carti through with Magnolia producer Pi’erre Bourne for 4 days in Studio C.

Isaac Hayes III, son of musician and “Chef” voice actor Isaac Hayes, rocked out in Studio A for a session one day this month.

Engineer Nico Solis brought CKP artists through Studio A for two days this week while R&B group 112 spent a day in Studio C.

See you next month!