Music Production Journey
I come from a family that is really into music so it’s always been a part of my life. It all really started for me when I started break dancing in school in Baghdad. Through the years my friends and I put together a dance crew and just had fun with it. When I was a teenager I started writing rap lyrics because I wanted to express my feelings and hip hop was the closest thing to that for me. A few years later I got my hands on a program called Fruity Loops (now known as FL studio) and I started making my own beats. After a while, I stopped writing because I found making beats and production to be more rewarding and fun. My friend and I put together our first song and we got booked. We were part of a larger crew that was really into the hip-hop scene. From there I just devoted all my time to making beats. Some time passed and I wanted to branch out from just hip hop beats so I started working with different genres like Reggae and Dancehall and worked with a few different labels. When I moved to Sweden I had to start fresh again and I started to focus more on building connections and DJing. Eventually, I got signed with a Swedish label. I went to school for audio engineering and started my own label, making beats and producing with many different artists, which is my main focus today.