Real Talk aka Rtonthetrack is a producer out of Orlando, Fl making a name for himself on both the internet / social media and in the streets of Florida. I found him on IG because he started liking my pics and I looked on his page and started looking into him more after that. I reached out and was able to secure an interview with both him and his protege ProdbyHumberto who I will be releasing an interview you with later. For now, to find out more about this artist keep scrolling down to check out music he’s produced, beats he’s made, and the interview.
credits? – 1881XDC, EMW Tree, DSavage2700, Woop, Ricky P, JBan$, Yung Bans, YNW Melly, Bossman JD, YG Ivy, 12Honcho, Grownboitrap, & DirtyfaceSmook. Most of my biggest credits are currently in the vault waiting to get released.
How old are you? – I am 20 years old.
Anything funny or crazy ever happen in this game we call rap? – A whole lot of crazy shit has happened in this rap game.
Where are you from? – I’m from Orlando, FL.
Whats your story? Like how did you get to where you are now? I’ve been pushing to make this dream come true as a producer since I was 14 years old. I started and immediately fell off the earth into a creative world. I never went to parties or went
out with my friends. When I did hangout with my friends I was always making beats everywhere I went.
How long have you been producing? Why/How did you get into it? I’ve been producing for 6 years now. It all started when I began to play guitar and drums. I just wanted to create more and be able to do everything on my own.
What’s the dopest thing to happen to you since you started making music and releasing product? The dopest thing that has happened to me since I’ve been producing was probably when I went out to California for the first time with my lil bro @Prodhumberto and Wiz Khalifa’s producer gave me a handful of weed after knowing him for 10 minutes.
Who are your biggest influences? My biggest musical influences will always be Wiz Khalifa, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Bon Jovi, & Phoenix.
Want to give any shoutouts? Shoutout to my 2 year old son Wesley. I do this for you so if you ever read this just know I love you with all my heart and you make me want to go harder and harder everyday. Im very proud of you.
What do you find is the best platform or avenue of selling your beats?
Personally I use beatstars just out of comfort and it was the website that I stumbled upon that seemed most legit. Realtalk.beatstars.com
Do you have any other income streams? Strictly my music. I quit my job delivering pizza when I was 19 because everything started to get more serious.
What is something about you people would be surprised to know? I love to cook in my off time. I’ve been cooking since a little kid with my sisters and its a great way for me to relax and slow down my brain.
Whats your process for making a beat? Whatever comes to my mind I put it down before I forget.
What do your beats normally cost? I charge 30$ for a lease & 150$ for an Exclusive.
What is the most you have made from one beat? The most I’ve made from a beat was 350$. It was a personal exclusive.
Any stories on how you got some of your placements? One day I was making beats in my studio and my homie Jimmy called my phone. He needed me to pull up to his homie’s studio to play some beats and by the end of the night I had Orlando’s hottest artist on my beat, Woop.
What Hardware or software do you use? is there any reason why you like to particularly use what you use? I Primarily use FL Studio but I also use Pro Tools to record sometimes too.
How many leases or beats do you think you sold in 2017? Over about 20-30 if I had to take a rough guess.
What are your plans for 2018? I’m going harder than I ever have. My life clock keeps ticking & there’s no time to waste.
Who do you think will part of the new wave in 2018? (producer wise and rapper wise) I think that producers that can make their own music too are going to start popping and getting the credit
that they deserve.
Follow CuratedFlame Links:
- Insta: @Rtonthetrack
- Website: Realtalk.beatstars.com