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Jason “Superkidd” Henry is the youngest son in a family of musicians. With all three of his older brothers in the music business, he was lovingly guided and inspired in an artistic direction throughout his childhood. “When I was 10 and 11, I used to travel with my brothers to the studio and watch other producers get down on their audemars piguet royal oak replica watches equipment”, he fondly remembers, “Many nights for me were spent at some of your greatest studios like Enterprise, Larrabee, and Pacifique.”

Hailing from Los Angeles, the 21-year-old admits that today’s music production, often Omega replica sample-driven, leaves something to be desired. Superkidd is inspired by heavyweight drum programmers like Damon Elliott and Ricc Rude who stay creative with their percussive patterns and do not typically rely on samples. True to his word, Superkidd consistently composes music centered on hard-hitting drums while developing his skills as the complete producer. “It’s funny because my brothers used to get mad at me because they would hear me making something hot and they would ask what happened to it. I would tell them that I just erased the beat because I didn’t know how to save my files. All I knew how to do was press the buttons” Superkidd playfully remembers. “Now they make me takes notes when I’m in the studio”.

With a desire to crank out hits and make his mark in the world of music Breitling replicas and entertainment, replica watches Superkidd began to study every detail in the production process. Under the strict tutelage of his older brother, Michael “BABY BOY” Henry, Superkidd’s big break came in 2005, as he co-produced a record for the Coach Carter movie with his older brother and production partner. The following year was met with more success as Superkidd co-produced two of four records with BABY BOY, “Crush” and “Ego” for the BoyzIIMen LP, The Remedy, released in Japan. In 2008, the duo scored the first single on Lloyd’s Lessons in Love entitled “How We Do It” featuring Ludacris. “I always wanted to know what it felt like to hear our own music on the radio for the first time or see my name in the billboard charts like I had heard so many artist describe in the past,” adds Superkidd, “well I did and it felt like I was dreaming. Most importantly I know we are blessed by God and my success is in his hands and Today, Superkidd continues to develop his skills as a monstrously talented young producer and is participating in developing Electric City’s own in-house talent, superstars on the rise Asia Lee and H-Class. In 2009 and beyond, the future looks brilliant for Superkidd, who has just begun paving his musical legacy
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