In Memoriam: September 2017

Seth Firkins

This month, we lost not only an extremely talented colleague but an incredibly wonderful friend.

This month, the man behind Future’s sound for the past eight years and our brother, Seth Firkins, was called home.

In this life, it is rare to encounter those who leave profound mark not only in the world but in your heart.

In this industry rife with opportunists and naysayers, Seth was and always will be a spirit of pure love and positivity.

Seth, your memory will forever live on in our hearts. We miss you. We love you. Always.

SESSION NOTES: August 2017

Ayo & Teo

I just wanna Rollie, Rollie, Rollie with a dab of ranch…

The energy was definitely electric once Columbia Records artists and viral dance sensations, Ayo and Teo, stopped by Studio A for a session with our engineer, Phil Cromwell, tracking.

In between stops on his international Nobody Safe tour, Epic Records artist Future booked the studio for four days this month before hitting the road once again.

Motown Records artist, Rich Homie Quan, booked two sessions in Studio A with our engineer Firas Quick.

TIG label mates, YFN Lucci, Forte Bowie and newcomer Posa da Don all got major work done in Studio A this month with eight sessions between them all. They’re not playing around out here!

Tokyo-based producer duo, DFT, made took a trip all the way to Atlanta and came by Studio A for two sessions working on their upcoming EP with engineer, Ejay Washington, tracking.

Frequent MadeinTYO collaborator and artist behind the Night Shift EP, 24Hrs, visited us two times this month and held sessions in Studio A while he was in town.

Atlantic Records artist Meek Mill tracked two sessions in Studio A with his engineer, Cruz, before heading back out of town.

Fresh off the release of his debut studio album, Issa Album, 21 Savage stopped by Studio A for two sessions this month. Gotta keep that Bank Account looking right!

Baltimore natives, Damond Blue and Izzy, stopped by Studio C for two sessions and seven sessions, respectively, this month. Engineer Ejay Washington was certainly up to the task as he knocked these sessions out.

Loyal Money Music Group held one session this month with Quick tracking.

Studio F stayed busy with Fallon and Felisha of Cherish and so did Studio B with producer Blac Elvis.

See you next month!


OMB Peezy

Happy birthday to the land of the free and the home of the brave!

Let’s see who stopped by 11th Street this month, shall we?

Motown Records artist Rich Homie Quan kept his streak going by spending a staggering eight days in Studio A while Baltimore newcomer, Pyrex, got the ball rolling with ten sessions producing in Studio C.

Think It’s a Game Records showed us more love this month as we saw the return of YFN Lucci and Forte Bowie for a total of five sessions between them in Studio A.

New 300 Entertainment signee, OMB Peezy, stopped by Studio C for a session this month. Excited to see where this goes!

CyHi the Prince stopped Studio C for a music playback this month as well. Maybe we’ll be hearing something from him soon? We’ll just have to wait and see!

Studio C kept going strong this month with two visits apiece from producer Nash B, Dream Bigger Media Group artist Damond Blue, and Loyal Money Music Group.

This month wouldn’t be complete without a visit from the Freebandz head honcho himself, Future, who stopped in to takeover the whole studio for a night.

Studio F was kept busy with frequent sessions by Fallon and Felisha of the group Cherish with sessions held by manager and A&R, Mathias Sorum.

Studio B saw similar action as Beyonce producer, Blac Elvis, continued working with his Mars on Sunday artists, even bringing Derrty Ent. creator Nelly through for a quick session in Studio A.

Check us out next month for more summer action at 11th Street!