Let me just continue with my lists. The title is pretty self-explanatory. But in case you’re some kind of moron: this post is dedicated to all the Hip Hop producers I feel put a major dent in the music industry this year.
Again, this list isn’t in any particular order.
This is strictly based off the his production of Compton, simple. Just Blaze could be on the list yearly; he lays out nothing but hits.
With his signature “La Musica De Harry Fraud” flourishing on each instrumental he has laid out, Harry Fraud has taken 2012 by storm. Dude has dropped bangers for Wiz Khalifa, French Montana, Smoke DZA, Chevy Woods, Curren$y, Prodigy, Rick Ross, and Action Bronson. If you’re not familiar with grudgey looking white dude from Brooklyn, then you better open up those ears.
Is there anything Hit-Boy hasn’t been on for the past 2 years? From Watch The Throne, Hitstory (his own mixtape), LONGLIVEA$AP, and countless others; this Fontana native has etched himself into Hip Hop’s soon-to-be-elite. Too soon? Nope.
Mike Will Made It
Bandz A Make Her Dance. *drops mic*
The MPC maestro araabMUIZK has finally put those quick fingers to use, outside of conducting beat machine shows, he has brought his skills to Fabolous‘ S.O.U.L. Tape 2, Joe Budden‘s A Loose Quarter, Slaughterhouse‘s Welcome to: Our House, and many more. And this was all in a year, dude has been beyond busy.