Marcuss Muzik is a producer out of Louisiana, I first heard about because of a producer I had already interviewed by the name of Guwap$. He kept telling me he had a producer friend that would be great for an interview but I held off on interviewing him because all of his placements were “unreleased” and I have had producers before claim they had unreleased tracks with artists to try and get an interview with this site.
But I was then reminded of Marcuss Muzik because I saw he produced “Iraq” by BBG Baby Joe, a song I have been banging for weeks now.
Once I saw the producer Guwap had been telling me about was the same guy who had produced that track I had to do an interview with this producer. I quickly found out that not only are Guwap and Marcuss friends, they are part of a production group called Beat Execz, which there are two other members of that I hope to score interviews with. Right now though, check out the interview with Marcuss below.
How old are you? 21 , Born January 7 , 1997
Where are you from? Baton Rouge , Louisiana
What Hardware or software do you use? is there any reason why you like to particularly use what you use? Pro Tools 12, FL Studio 12.2& Roland Fantom X8 , I love the Fantom X8 beacuse of its weighted keys.
- BBG Baby Joe – Iraq
- Mike Rich – More than half of the “Kynngg” Project , The whole “Up Season” Project
- Funny Mike – Dumb Dumb , And other Unreleased Songs
- I’ve worked with many artist such as Level , Spitta , Scotty Cain ( Free Him ) , Never Broke Again Youngboy , VL Deck , YSL Jett … The Unreleased Music is too crazy
How did the Iraq song from baby joe come about? I was in the studio in Atlanta With YoungBoy , VL Deck , Baby Joe , & 21 Lil Harold and Baby Joe wanted me to play some beats , The Iraq beat was the first one I played and it caught his attention and he recorded it on the spot.
How long have you been producing? Why/How did you get into it? Since 2007 , My dad had a studio room in the house and he had this Roland Fantom X7 , i used to play around and make 8 bar loops and keep it going but never took it serious until i was introduced to Fl Studio in 2010 and been progressing ever since
When did you know you made it? or that this could be an actual career for you?
I Aint make it yet , but when i started traveling , going studio to studio & meeting famous people.
I used to ask people what is the most they made from a beat, and some producers don’t like to flex. So I am changing this question to can you tell us about (me and the readers) the coolest, or most satisfying, OR the most expensive beat sale, you’ve ever done? The most coolest or satisfying beat sale was when i was in the studio last year and we had session and they wanted to hear some beats , dude chose 4 didnt ask a price and payed nearly triple what i normally charge.
Who are your biggest influences?
E-40 , Future , Gucci Mane , Waka Flocka , Metro Boomin , Southside 808 Mafia
Want to give any shoutouts?
First My Mom And Dad , Shoutout BBG Baby Joe , The Whole Beat Execz Team ( GT , Guwap , EJ Beats , & Torey Montana ) , Mike Rich , Rico Drop That Shit , NBA Ken , NBA Twinn , NBA Montana , Jhonny1k , $hopWitKen , Level , Spitta , VL Deck , Fabion And His Team.
What do you find is the best platform or avenue of selling your beats? and why?
Me personally i dont like putting my beats on the internet , i like to do buisness in person in the studio , by phone or through email.
Whats your process for making a beat? Start a main melody , add percs , add a background melody or arp , then come in with the drums.
What do your beats normally cost? $150 Lease $500 – $1,000 Exclusives.
What are your plans for 2018? Work with as many artists as i can , become known for my music , Move out of Louisiana.
Who do you think will part of the new wave in 2018? Beat Execz , BBG Baby Joe , Mike Rich.
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