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Spate Magazine interview with producer Natural Disaster


We got a chance to chop it up with music producer Natural Disaster. Checkout the interview for this up and coming super producer.




So tell us a little about what your working on right now?

I have been working with some very talented independent artists working on various projects. I've also been in the studio with
Cyhi Da Prynce, Stuey Rock, & Young Jeezy. I've just been focusing on getting these placements and building my brand.

You have a single out now that is really popping online, how did you connect with Lil Reese?

I reached out to his manager Wayne Hustle on twitter and sent some beats for Lil Reese. I got an immediate response to one of the beats which happen to turn into a "Relate" that came out last year. After that I reached out to Lil Reese on twitter and I he continued to send him tracks. He told me "whatever you send to me don't send to anybody else" so that was encouraging.


With so many producers coming up how do you plan to stand out and get the most work?

Most producers have a distinct sound but I take pride in being a versatile producer. With my production to I try to create "experiences" not just make a beat. When you hear my tracks I want to take you somewhere.

Do you feel its important for a producer to be linked with a camp like YMCMB or Maybach Music etc..


It's good for the exposure but it's not a necessity. If you are hot and you work people will find you. It's all about who you know though and if you can build relationships with the right people sky's the limit.


How important is doing mixtapes to a producer, because I noticed a few putting out instrumental mixtapes?

I think it's very important for a producer because sometimes we don't get the credit that we deserve so it's just a way to give us some exposure and stay relevant. I'm currently working on an instrumental tape myself so be on the lookout for that coming soon.


Who are some of your favorite producers and why?

Dr.dre, Timbaland, Pharrell, Just Blaze, & Shawty Redd. Dre is one of my favorites bc of his drum patterns and his mixes are so clean. Timbaland's drums and sounds that he uses in tracks are so left field but he finds a way to make some crazy beats with those various sounds. I always loved how Pharell and the neptunes beats were so different and innovative. I respect Just Blaze because sampling is difficult but he is one of kind when it comes to flipping samples. Shawty Redd really paved the way for a lot producers coming out of Atlanta currently when TM 101 came out. His 808s knocked so hard and he open the door for producers who make trap beats.


Have you explored any other opportunities for your beats like TV and movies?

Definitely, that is something I always wanted to do. I have been in contact with some people about making that happen so hopefully it will pan out.


You worked with Souljaboy in the past, did you learn anything while working with him?

We weren't actually working one on one in the studio so I can't really answer that question.


What artists are you looking forward to working with in the future?

I want to work with several artist but I don't want to limit myself to just one genre of music. Of course I want to work with artist like Jay Z, Kanye, Nas but also artist like Drake, Future, 2 chainz etc.


How can people find you online?

Follow me on twitter @beatsbynatural and Instagram @beatsbynatural1



Lil Reese f/ Fredo Santana & Lil Durk - Wassup produced by Natural Disaster







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