Drumma Boy Reflects on Journey to Success




Inspired by the likes of Beethoven, Mozart, Quincy Jones and Dr. Dre, Memphis-bred producer Drumma Boy's wide-ranging sound has earned him Platinum plaques and Grammy nominations.

During an interview with Hot 97′s Ebro In The Morning, Drumma reflected on both his musical upbringing and journey to success. He talked about his parents' orchestral and opera backgrounds, selling "bass tapes" for $100 in high school, and establishing a friendship with Yo Gotti during the early stages of his career.

Drumma also opened up about Memphis' rich music culture, helping unify the city's rap scene, producing for commercial artists, and more. Check out the interview below.

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