MUSIC PRODUCER CREEZE OF MERC SQUAD RELEASES NEW SINGLE “ALL GOOD” FEATURING THE NAPPY ROOTS AVAILABLE NOW ON ITUNES THE DEBUT CD LOUISVILLE LIP SET TO RELEASE THIS FALL
Los Angeles—Dodge This Productions’ hip-hop artist, producer and songwriter Creeze is creating a national buzz on radio and in the clubs with the hot new single “All Good” featuring the Nappy Roots. The single is growing in spins at radio and is currently available on iTunes. Creeze is one fourth member of the production team and hip-hop group Merc Squad who’s known for their work with DJ Mick Boogie, Mike Jones, Stat Quo, T.Q., and The Jacka to name a few.
Creeze has been diligently in the studio grinding for the past year to create the right sound for his debut solo CD, The Louisville Lip, which is set to release this fall. “My hard work, blood, sweat and tears has been put into this project”, Says Creeze, who was in a terrible car accident during the time he was recording, but he has made a remarkable recovery since then. “The accident set me back a little but at the same time made me more creative and not afraid to take chances. The Louisville Lip is edgy, raw hip-hop at it’s finest and I am very proud of the work I’ve done on this CD.”
He’s not just a producer, songwriter and entertainer, Creeze is also a trained trumpet player and saxophonist which gives him more of an edge when it comes to producing music. “I take those elements and try to incorporate them within my work, I hear music in a different way that helps me grow creatively and come up with some sick beats.” His latest single “All Good” is just a sample of what’s yet to come.