Milan Makes Beats Talks How He Connected With Yung Bans, Playboi Carti Stealing His Beats + More!
Where are you from and what age did you first make a connection to music?
I am from Rock Hill South Carolina. I started music early I was always into music since I was little. I started producing at age 19.
Describe your creative process?
I clear my mind and find a sound I like and add on to each melody then add everything else. I take my time with each beat and make sure it sounds exactly how I hear it in my head.
How do your beats differ from other producers?
My beats are unique and sound like me, not any other producers.
With all the music producer in the world, what made you think were still going to be successful in this field?
I have faith in myself and know I can be successful in this with hard work.
What's your scene? Would you rather be at crib cooking up beats solo? Or be in the studio collaborating with other producers?
I would rather make beats in my studio with artist and producers. I like this better because the vibe is more authentic and working with the artist in person creates the best energy. Sometimes working alone does help when finding your sound and building on it with no distractions.
What's the best way to get a placement as a producer?
The best way is to work in person with an artist.
How did you first end up collaborating with Yung Bans? And what was it like working with him?
Before he was locked up at age 15 we were cool and would talk back and forth and I'd send him beats. When he got out I started going back and forth to ATL to work with him and record him while he was on house arrest.
How did you end up first connecting with Playboi Carti?
I first started working with him by him stealing my beats, then he sent me a DM wanting more beats. I didn't work with him on Vlone Thug that was a beat he stole and started our communication back and forth.
What do you do in your free time when you're not producing?
I like to read books and learn new skills and just expand my knowledge.
What's on the horizon for your music career in 2019?
Build my studio, make more beats, and create more content.
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