A single artist can have multiple beats ready at one time, but sometimes the public is not ready! So they release them periodically, when the moment is right. Producer from Chicago Machobeatz releases some music that has us on the edge for more. Rockin with a streak last summer with a Pillow Talk remix, tracks AYYE & BOI following his DOVGHNVTS LP release we know he is sitting on some fire. His latest on soundcloud They Love Me (Not) reminds you of that. With work released on Chicago artist Adot‘s project Midnightt recently among other producers from the GOAT Haus studio at Fortknox, it only means more music to uncover! You can can find some of his more exclusive work on Traktrain here.
Machobeatz is back with a new instrumental. Still strong from his last relese FR££DVMß, he tones it down with his latest. Recently producing many heavy bass beats, as displayed in his EP DOVGH NVTZ Macho returned to smooth hip hop instrumentals for Pluvio. A track you can relax to as you are serenaded with piano and percussion. Hit play on this one and feel at ease.
Machobeatz | SoundCloud
Machobeatz gets dark and heavy on his latest addition to his discography. Reminiscent to his Getcho Freak Own and The Mid on his album DOVGH NVTS, Macho creates a club ready track any trap loving audience can break their necks and throw their elbows up to. Jumping between moody and heavy hitting tracks, Macho continues to improve and evolve in his sound gaining more substance and flow with each and every beat.
Machobeatz | SoundCloud
Earlier this month Machobeats released The Mid onto his soundcloud. A real heavy and gritty trap instrumental. Get some good speakers and feel this bass in your chest it is ridiculous. Machobeatz is a genius with trap and hip hop music production and is also open to selling his beats to aspiring individual artists or even collaborating over at Ever Evolved Studio.
Wednesday, November 25th Machobeats had the opportunity to open for Curren$y the Spitta. On the beat pads, Macho controlled the sound and while fellow Ever Evolved studio members Rhymster, Mike Booth and AR of Triangle Offense hit the mic and controlled the energy. Macho entered and without uttering a word let his music speak, hittin the crowd with heavy bass and beat work. Absolute best crowd control of the night. Aside from the $pitta Curren$y of course, it was a great night for local artists too.