Jacob Shultz, 19, of Groton, CT signs with the 2021-2022 "Best In The Booth Song Contest"! The beat he produced titled, "You Really Don't Know", features a smooth and melodic boom-bap style of production. He was the final producer chosen out of Connecticut for this years "Best In The Booth Song Contest", which features four other Connecticut based producers and two out of state producers.
Artists that enter the contest will have a choice from one of six producers beats when they register. They will then have a period of roughly 6 months to create a song and music video to the beat they chose at registration, and promote it to get the most streams on the "Best In The Booth Underground 101 The Music Platform" YouTube Chanel. The artist with the most streams will win the Grand Prize, $2500.00 cash. There are other prize packages for places 1-10. Places 1-5 are judged by most streams, places 6-10 are the judges choice. For the Official Rules, Terms, and Conditions, or, to register for the 2021 -2022 "Best In the Booth Song Contest " visit www.underground101themusicplatform.com
Jahoos primary style of works are based off of 90's era Hip-Hop records, bringing back that classic era boom-bap-style and flavor, something he says, "has been missing now a days" from mainstream Hip-Hop. His inspirations include producers like like Dj Premier, Easy Mo Bee, Q-Tip, Wu Tang Clan, and Havoc.
"To me there’s something about the boom-bap style of production that allows rappers to bring some versatility to a song. I don’t have one particular kind of sound. I sample most of the time, so, wherever that sample takes me, I’ll just follow along. And then there’s times where I just have a melody in my head that I want to get down. Overall my production varies from the vibe it displays, but they all share the same style of production.", Jacob stated.
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