Madison’s GMG connect, Jo Flo gets the boss Twista on his latest single. You know what they got…This is only a rough, FYI.
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Kyra Kyles of the Red Eye scored an interview with Chicago-bred producer Tricky Stewart – the mastermind behind some of music’s biggest hits including Beyonce’s “Single Ladies”, Justin Bieber’s “Baby” and Rihanna’s “Umbrella”. I imagine a lot of people didn’t know Trick was actually from Chicago, so it was a rather dope profile.
What do you think distinguishes you from other producers? How do your Chicago roots play a part?My work is all based on coming from Chicago with such great R&B roots. Even when I make pop, it’s got a strong R&B sound. I do it even when working with Katy Perry. Katy Perry’s sound is unique to her genre, but I add my own flair.