Knox Fortune is ridin high in Paradise with his latest album release. Following up with a short tour around the states that sold out in Chicago in no time at all. Written and produced entirely by Knox with the help of a well known locals Joey Purp, Cam O’bi, Carter Lang, Nico Segal, theMind, and many other notable artists. KAMI and Joey Purp grab the mic for on Strange Days and Stun. Finally finishing off the 11 track epic with some quality production. Most producers dont get enough attention however this is a rare case and Knox has some real support behind him.
Knox Fortune releases a Lil Thing for the fans. A real mellow electronic beat that will keep you in the clouds. Accompanied with the song, a music video setting the atmosphere visually. The song includes additional assistance from Nico Segal and Carter Lang on production and Joey Purp with writing. Long time friends and collaborators.
The Producer from Chicago has a playlist filled with hip hop, pop and alternative beats with notable artists. In the early Twenty-Teens Knox was influential in the rise of successful Chicago artists. Vic Mensa, Chance, Leather Corduroys amongst others entrusted Knox with providing quality production. Producers like Knox and oddCouple found themselves in the middle of a music movement in Chicago that boosted their careers exponentially.
When you put your friends on and work passionately it comes back to you in measures! Knox is another good example coming out of Chicago. Now releasing solo work to top 100k+ plays. Success works best with a team of like minded people. Keep on the lookout for Knox Fortune, his story is only beginning.
My new song/video Lil Thing is out now. I hope you guys like it 🙂 – KnoxFortune.com
Posted by Knox Fortune on Friday, July 21, 2017
Beat Smith Knox Fortune has a good record working with dope artists from Chicago. His beats are just irresistible to the ear. So reputable artists like Chance, Towkio, Joey Purp & theMIND can count on him. Being the other half of Leather Corduroys alongside Joey Purp KAMI is no stranger to his deep nostalgic basslines. Just releasing 2 singles in recent weeks with Knox, earliest being Foundation, a heavy beat and with KAMI spittin verses raw and passionate. Home Movies goes in another direction. A bit more upbeat like you are in a retro movie anthem with slow bass and high synths. The track gets a music video setting taking place in a diner and the main character fittingly dances as if she was in a Cyndi Lauper video. Makes you feel like you are in a different era but these tracks are timeless!