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Artist Spotlight: Kev Beatz (@KevBeatz )







My name is Kevin Boyd. I go by the name of Kev Beatz. I am 16 years
old. I am easy to get along with, and willing to learn and teach
people things that I know. I am a fast learner. I am also patient with
others. I am hard working, and will go above and beyond to get the job
done. There was many nights I stayed up all night to get a beat done
or mix down a song. I'm from Philadelphia PA. I loved music all my
life but the pass few years I grew a stronger passion for it. I knew I
wanted to grow more in music when I downloaded a free music program
called mixcraft and I was putting sounds together on there to make a
beat. Since then I advanced in making music and have been making it
since. I have closely worked with many artist and producers. Some
artist includes Dub Mugga, Mizzy Corleone, Bless Watson, Showtyme and
Bhive. Some producers I have worked with are Quan Beats, Ocho, and
Mello Mod. I have also taught others how to make a beat, and how to
mix a song. I have many different styles of beats i can produce but
the style i like the most and is best at is trap beats. I also played
a small part in the movie Must Be The Music directed by Charles
Dutton. I plan on making music all my life. I don't make music to get
famous, I make music because I love it. Also I have a desire to help
others that are into music and teach them as they come along. However
I wouldn't mind music becoming my career.

Check out some Samples of his work below:




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