Producer G.O.D.

Producer G.O.D.

 Atlanta, Georgia, USA
BandHip HopRock

I have a unique & original sound that I have been polishing for that last 17 years. I am a business man, but music is my passion. If your looking for a sound that is truly different & innovative, I incourage you to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you. thank you for your time.

Biography

While some may consider G.O.D. a musical genius, he considers himself a unique expression of God.

As a child growing up in New England, he was intrigued by music, listening to jazz, blues, funk, and R&B. He later found himself in the streets, breakdancing and emulating the hip-hop acts of that time. In elementary and junior high schools, Wahid played drums and guitar in the school bands. Shortly after that, he and his rap group, Tremble & Bass, were unable to find a suitable DJ, so G.O.D. offered to take on the role for the group. Honing his skills as a DJ, he quickly gained notoriety spinning at parties, clubs, and weddings. Armed with his turntables and a keyboard, he started making beats for his group and numerous other local acts.

In 2001 G.O.D. worked as a producer for Embryo Records in Las Vegas. Some of his production credits include NBA star Tyrone Nesby, BMX champion TJ Lavin, and R&B artist extraordinaire, Reno McFarland. During that time he was enrolled in an engineering and protools course under the watchful eye of Tom Parham. He also worked with legendary composer and songwriter Gary Picus.

Currently G.O.D. resides in Atlanta Ga, producing Dammahum Records Recording Artists King Castle, Jay Ess, Soule, St. Slick Sleezy, D Harmony and his most recently signed group, Supa Star & Big Dreams. G.O.D. has created a buzz on the streets and in clubs. His tracks are in high demand by Atlantas dominant hip-hop scene. His music is being played in such venues as Utopia, Apache Cafe, Platinum 21 and Taboo 2 as well as on local radio stations.

Being a student of the game enabled G.O.D. to have a sound all his own. He believes that his innovative sound is the future of hip-hop. With his unique sound and business savvy approach to music, Producer G.O.D. is soon to be one of the premier producers of his time.

Discography

Controversy - The Unofficial Song 4 Black History Month, Featuring Morgan Freeman. 2011
St Slick Sleezy - Get Well Soon 2011
King Castle - King Tks All 2010
T - Cap - Got To Get That (Hustle Hard) 2010
RMJ - Its My Time 2009
Tyrone Nesby (T-Nes) - 2001
TJ Lavins 2000