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EDITORS’ NOTES

Drumma Boy was born and raised in Memphis, where his mother and father were professional musicians (an opera singer and clarinetist, respectively). In college he started a music career of his own as a beatmaker, often combining classical influences with contemporary Southern club rap. He eventually moved to Atlanta and founded the Drum Squad coalition, which includes both his own indie label and production company. Since then, he's worked with just about every power player you can think of, from OGs like Scarface and Bun B to new-schoolers like Drake, Wale, and Plies. Over the last few years, he's racked up a gang of trophies (from BET, Ozone, and Southern Entertainment Awards), produced multiple platinum singles, and appeared on several reality shows. On the second edition of Welcome to My City, he enlists some of the biggest names in the business to accompany his productions, including Three Six Mafia homies Juicy J and DJ Paul, 8 Ball & MJG, Philly favorite Beanie Sigel, femme fatale Gangsta Boo, and many more. Don't miss "M.E.M.P.H.I.S.," "My City on Lock," and "Hood on Smash."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Drumma Boy was born and raised in Memphis, where his mother and father were professional musicians (an opera singer and clarinetist, respectively). In college he started a music career of his own as a beatmaker, often combining classical influences with contemporary Southern club rap. He eventually moved to Atlanta and founded the Drum Squad coalition, which includes both his own indie label and production company. Since then, he's worked with just about every power player you can think of, from OGs like Scarface and Bun B to new-schoolers like Drake, Wale, and Plies. Over the last few years, he's racked up a gang of trophies (from BET, Ozone, and Southern Entertainment Awards), produced multiple platinum singles, and appeared on several reality shows. On the second edition of Welcome to My City, he enlists some of the biggest names in the business to accompany his productions, including Three Six Mafia homies Juicy J and DJ Paul, 8 Ball & MJG, Philly favorite Beanie Sigel, femme fatale Gangsta Boo, and many more. Don't miss "M.E.M.P.H.I.S.," "My City on Lock," and "Hood on Smash."

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Customer Reviews

4 out of 5

25 Ratings

Lil peanut

beaverdamwisco,

Lil peanut smashing!!!

Welcome to my city, vol. 2

Humble But Deadlly,

STRAIT FIRE!!!!!!! Drumma Boy is one of the top BEST producer's in the South..

About Drumma Boy

Drumma Boy is a Southern rap producer based in Atlanta, GA, whose credits include collaborations with many of the most popular rappers in the South, most notably T.I. and Young Jeezy. Born Christopher Gholson in Memphis, TN, he grew up in a musical household where his mother was a professional opera singer and his father was a professional clarinetist in the Memphis Symphony Orchestra in addition to being a music professor at the University of Memphis. From his parents he learned a lot about music, not only classical music but soul music as well. He began making beats at age 14 and was making money as a rap producer while he was still in high school. Drumma Boy initially established himself on the Memphis rap scene, working with local rappers such as Gangsta Boo, Yo Gotti, and Tela. Some of his early work can be heard on the albums Double Dose (2000) by Tela ("Tennessee Titans"), Enquiring Minds, Vol. 2: The Soap Opera (2003) by Gangsta Boo ("Sippin & Spinnin"), and Life (2003) by Yo Gotti ("Life"). In 2004 he moved from Memphis to Atlanta to pursue a career in Southern rap production. He had already worked with Pastor Troy, producing beats for the Down South Georgia Boyz album 'Til Death Do Us Part (2003), and he began working with Young Jeezy and his Boyz N da Hood collective, most notably producing "Standing Ovation" on Let's Get It: Thug Motivation 101 (2005). Drumma Boy's first big hit came in 2007 with "Shawty," a Plies song featuring T-Pain that reached the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100. The following year he was credited with producing a few tracks each on T.I.'s Paper Trail and Young Jeezy's The Recession, two of the most popular rap albums of 2008. ~ Jason Birchmeier

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