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Easy Mo Bee 2014Renowned hip-hop/r&b music producer Easy Mo Bee celebrates 25 illustrious, prolific years in the music business in this year.  One of the most influential producers of his time, he has transcended hip-hop, with his discography including producing a Grammy Award winning album for the late jazz great Miles Davis and doing Grammy Award winning work with superstar Alicia Keys.

From his production beginnings with Big Daddy Kane to providing a strong musical foundation for Sean “Diddy” Combs’ Bad Boy Records, which created groundbreaking multi-platinum success for iconic hip-hop artist The Notorious B.I.G., Easy Mo Bee‘s handiwork has been felt far and wide within music circles for over two decades.  Widely acclaimed for his bass-heavy style and jazzy influence, he has worked with countless notable talents, including Tupac Shakur, Jay-Z, Busta Rhymes, Mos Def, Wu-Tang Clan and Public Enemy… Read more

In celebration of his 25th Anniversary in music, Easy Mo Bee has partnered with Chuck D of Public Enemy’s label imprint, SLAMjamz Records (www.slamjamz.com), for the early Fall 2014 release of a new project titled “…And You Don’t Stop!”  This new offering, Executive Produced by Chuck D, Janol “Mecca” Holmes and Easy Mo Bee, contains selections possessing theEasy Mo Bee flow of innovative instrumentals, which epitomizes his distinct sound.  The title track, “…And You Don’t Stop,” represents the growth and evolution of Easy Mo Bee within music as an artist/music producer.

Several sponsored events are slated for Fall 2014 in multiple cities, to commemorate Easy Mo Bee‘s 25 years in music; they will be announced shortly.

Producing timeless musical masterpieces isn’t easy; but like his moniker, for the past quarter century, Easy Mo Bee has made it look that way.  With his newest CD, he demonstrates his career mantra – “…And You Don’t Stop!”

Biography courtesy of Double XXposure Media Relations

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Playlist:

01 – Big Daddy Kane – Another Victory (It’s A Big Daddy Thing, 1989)
02 – Miles Davis – Fantasy (with Easy Mo Bee) (Doo-Bop, 1992)
03 – Candy Dulfer – Sax-A-Go-Go (Sax-A-Go-Go, 1993)
04 – Notorious B.I.G. & 2Pac – Runnin´(Unreleased & Unleashed!, 1995)
05 – The Notorious B.I.G. – Going Back To Cali (Life After Death, 1997)

Background music during the interview:

Notorious B.I.G. – Going Back To Cali (2014 Remastered Version), Horace Silver – The Sophisticated Hippie (Remix by Easy Mo Bee), The Jimmy Castor Bunch – It’s Just Begun, Boogie Down Productions – Poetry, Public Enemy -Don’t Believe The Hype, Miles Davis – Blow (with Easy Mo Bee), Notorious B.I.G. – Party and Bullshit, Craig Mack – Get Down, Craig Mack – When God Comes, James Brown – Dirty Harri

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