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Lazerbeak (Doomtree)

SPB: What strikes you as the biggest evolution in your production since you started to today?

Lazerbeak: When I first got into producing my biggest concern was always having a stockpile of beats for many artists to choose from. I wasn't custom making tracks specifically for each artist. I just figured as long as I always had a huge vault of varied options there would always be something for everyone. As I grew into the role of a producer I realized that my best work comes from giving myself fully to a project and being very intentional about what I'm trying to create from the jump. Now I don't start making something unless I know who and what it's for – and, by focusing in more on the end result in the beginning, it's really elevated the work and made for much more meaningful collaborations. 

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Words by Loren on April 17, 2019, 8:49 p.m.

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