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Puerto Rico native Rude Beatz moved to Virginia Beach when he was just a baby. His earliest experience with music was joining orchestra in the 5th grade where he was assigned to play the violin. On a field trip to see the local high school orchestra perform, he saw a guy with a large upright bass and was immediately fascinated. He asked his teacher what it was and told her that he wanted to play it. There were none available in the school, but his teacher made a way and got an upright bass for him to play that year. Next thing you know he mastered the Bass and joined a Jazz band playing the Bass guitar.
Growing up, Rude Beatz listened to a lot of music, especially Reggae and Dancehall. He loved the positive energy and feelings of happiness that took over everyone when the music played. He cared little about the words to the songs, but loved hearing the instruments and composition of the music. As he got older he began researching instrumentals on Youtube for fun, not knowing that he would eventually be the creator of instrumentals just like it.
It wasn't until he was 19 years old did he even realize that music production was a job. One of the most life changing memories he can recall is working as a UPS helper with his brother who was really good at freestyling. They played a Jahlil Beats tape and it was really exciting, in that moment his brother turned to him and asked why doesn’t he try making beats on this software called Fruity Loops. He went home downloaded Fruity Loops was hooked ever since.
Now as a 23 years old rising music producer, some of Rude Beatz’ most exciting moments are collaborating with recording artist Tsunami Bravo and Big Ligiee. Rude specializes in working with artists on a personal level, producing tracks specifically to their style and liking. He’s learned that it is important to keep the artists excited and motivated in order to ensure a great product.
Rude Beatz gained some notoriety in the music industry after meeting lead producer and engineer, T-Rifik, at Black Light Studio. From there he was connected to a lot of artists including Tsunami Bravo and GMAN Entertainment’s, Big Ligiee. After working on some really exciting tracks with Big Ligiee for his forthcoming EP “Weight on My Name”, he was introduced to GMAN where he signed on as an official producer for GMAN Entertainment.
Rude Beatz aspires to be one of the most notable producers in the industry producing beats that tell their own story and that provoke positive feelings like happiness, freedom, and even love. He is excited on starting this new journey with GMAN Entertainment, having a team behind him will help him reach his goals of growing as a producer and creating music that reaches the masses.
You can hear some of Rude Beatz’s work on Big Ligiee’s new EP “Weight on My Name” Check him out at @RudeBeatzprod_ to follow his journey!