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Music to our ears! An EverydayClout Discovery.

We came across yet another fire asset to the music world. Meet Jarvis owner and producer of LGJJ productions. Tap in.


Hi, how are you doing today?

I’m doing great. Can’t complain. Happy to be here. I was in a bad car wreck the day after Thanksgiving. I was hit on the driver's side and had 4 broken ribs, punctured liver, a damaged spleen, and a fractured hip. In a medically induced coma for 44 days blessed to be here.


So Where are you from? I

I’m from the east side of Atlanta—Decatur where it’s greater.


When did you start making music - and what or who were your early influences?

I started to make music professionally during Covid, but the music industry has always surrounded me. As far back as 2002, I had the opportunity to be exposed to Archie Ever Sole, RIP, and became good friends with him. Growing up, Archie and my brother were best friends with Superstar9000, and I've been blessed to be around producers that have produced for big artists like Fame Flame who produced for Dru Hill, Jay Mack, and Black Charm. Earlier than that, artists I listened to and who inspired me were artists like OutKast, Goodie Mob, 2Pac, Dog Pound, Snoop, WuTang, and Bone. Organized Noize production was, and is, out of this world. Daz and RZA from Wu-Tang are a couple of my favorite producers. Also Zaytoven 808Mafia Metro Boomin.

What skills do you think artists need to be successful?

In my personal opinion Originality and living in your truth being honest with who you are. If you don't stand for something you fall for anything.

How do you stay up to date with the latest music trends?

My 13-year-old daughter, I ask what’s on her playlists. I pay attention to Social Media and to what’s on the radio. I also like to chill in the clubs and network with the people there to find inspiration on what's being played in the club.

When performing, what techniques do you use to engage the audience?

I don’t technically perform, but when I’m making a beat I try to get in the mindset of for example when we lost Pop Smoke I was inspired to make a couple of drill beats. That's on the album Louder Than Words Volume 2 called U.K. and the other called London. R.I.P. Pop Smoke.

     

What would you say is the most rewarding part of being an artist?

For me, the most rewarding part is the finished product. Starting from nothing then ending with that full track.


How did you spend your lockdown/pandemic time?

What did you accomplish before the entertainment world began to open up again?

A. I used the time to learn Logic. Any producer can tell you, learning to use your software the right way is vital but it’s time-consuming. Before Logic, I had been messing around with the Garage Band app and was impressing people with what I could do with just an iPhone. So, during Covid, I expanded on that, got my studio equipment, and got good with Logic. 8 B. I took care of the business aspect of producing. I set up the LGJJ Productions LLC and got the LGJJ Productions Youtube channel monetized. I took the time to upgrade my studio PC to Apple hardware, also. That was important. And, lastly C. I found my secret weapon, my guitarist, Guitar Red. He’s a guitarist that has played for over 50 years and we just happened to meet while we were both downtown Decatur. We linked on the music and were able to make my first Herbie Hancock-inspired instrumental album, Louder Than Words Vol1.


What makes you different from other artists?

I think my use of live instruments in my beats set me apart from others. Working with Guitar Red, and combining what he gives with the trap beats is my Originality Factor. I’m bringing that James Brown feel back to the film and t.v. industry. Like with my track Amsterdam, you can feel it, I'm bringing that Quincy Jones orchestra-like feeling to the trap beats. 

Last question, when not making music, where can we find you?

If I’m not in the studio, I’m out networking. Supporting the artists I know and personally work with like Austin Arkeel, King Comeback, Diddo Tha Kidd, Slugga 2x, going to open mics and beat battles, or entertaining my daughter. It’s Atlanta, so I go get inspiration from the strip clubs regularly.


You can connect with me and find my music on Youtube, Soundcloud, Facebook, Twitch, Clubhouse, Audiomack, Beatstars, IG, TikTok, and EVERYWHERE at LGJJPRODUCTIONS. The only place it’s different is Twitter where it’s The LGJJ but everywhere else hit LGJJPRODUCTIONS… LGJJPRODUCTIONS. 

 

●Producer name LGJJProductions

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● Website/Other links www.YouTube./lgjjproductions


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