SESSION NOTES: DECEMBER 2013
We had a busy holiday seasion here at 11th Street Studios, with bookings on all but 4 days this month, as we closed to observe Christmas.
Black Migo Gang‘s Young Scooter didn’t let up for the holidays, booking Studio B for a total of 15 days with engineer EJ Washington as he finalized his latest mixtape project.
NNTME MuCo. Continued their run, booking 12 days in Studios C and another 2 in Studio A with engineer Dan Cahill. Def Jam r&b artist August Alsina, along with rapper Rocky Diamonds and singer Gloria Prince put in work, with producers Cassius Jay, Knuckehead, and The Exclusives; with songwriter Fallon King contributing.
Paper Trail Ent. Artist 550 booked 5 sessions this month, with EJ Washington and Gary Jones engineering.
A1 Records head honcho Rocko spent 4 days in Studio A with engineer Steve Fisher, getting ready to drop some new material for the new year.
Fallon King did 3 days of her own in Studio C, working with producers D.Clax and Matty P. and bringing in legendary songwriter Manuel Seal to co-write on some new material.
Young Money artist Shanell booked 2 days in Studio A with engineer Steve Fisher.
Actor Mehcad Brooks, known for his roles on the TV shows Necessicary Roughness, True Blood, and Desperate Housewives, booked 2 days in Studio A as he works on his debut R&B album.
Producer Drumma Boy booked a day with MP3Waxx.com as they prep for their All Star Music Experience event in New Orleans, and booked a 2nd session to shoot a video for the website Hooplaha.com, talking with and inspiring teens toward success. Both sessions took place in Studio A.
Chicago rapper King Samson stopped in Studio B for 2 days to work on some new music and meet with a few Atlanta producers, with Gary Jones engineering.
Def Jam booked a day in Studio A for August Alsina.
Universal A&R Kenny Kold came in Studio B for a listening session. We rounded out the month with sessions from CKP, T.R.E., Yung Mazi, Kuntry King, QuikTrip, Kaleem, MoneyMan, Rico, and Freebandz artist Test Me.
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