The Producer’s Corner with Spud Too Tight has heavy Production Talk with Grammy Nominated Producers “Cool & Dre”

The Producer’s Corner with Spud Too Tight has heavy Production Talk with Grammy Nominated Producers “Cool & Dre”

Minneapolis The Producer’s Corner with Spud Too Tight airs every Tuesday at 1PM EST on and all shows are premiered and permanently available at the main website for The Producer’s Corner radio show.

It is a pre-recorded 30 minute hot informative and educational series geared towards new to game, upcoming and seasoned music producers. “This radio show series gives these producers an opportunity to interact and learn about what specific tools to use, the art of practicing, equipment decision making, participate in technical training, what steps and strategies it takes to become an “Industry Standard Music Producer, says Spud Too Tight. It is a learning process, not a beat making session. I focus on 1 or 2 topics per show from the history of production talking on the air with some of the great legends, the stages of analog to state of the art technology/compatibilities, production and engineer techniques. I am true to my craft and passionate in helping to inspire and educate as many new to the game and upcoming producers as I can.” He also interviews major celebrity music producers/engineers/composers in all genres to discuss their methods of production and projects to inspire and engage listeners and the show is booked out 7 weeks!

Music Producer/Composer Spud Too Tight has been a major calling card in the Twin Cities for 20 years composing & producing some profound edgy music for hip hop & indie artists, more than 35 radio and television spots, including one voiced over by Silver Screen legend Sidney Poitier, a national docudrama for Flyte Tyme’s Sounds of Blackness member Bill Smith, background music for The Award Winning “Freddie Bell Morning Show” on Solid Gold Soul for ABC radio and Smooth Jazz FM 100.3 on his discography. From mastering analog to Logic Pro 8, and avidly uses MacBookPro coupled with being an extraordinary keyboardist, drum programmer, guitar/bass player and sound engineer, Spud Too Tight defines the original mark as a prolific music producer.

He was recently commissioned to produce a national public service spot and smooth jazz theme song with voice overs of Hollywood celebrities including Actor/Comedian Tom Arnold, Alimi Ballard, Essence Atkins, Claudia Wells, Ananda Lews, Harry Smith (brother of Will Smith), R&B sensation’s Kenny Lattimore and Howard Hewitt who endorsed The ASHE’ Foundation of Los Angeles. He composed/produced and released three new hot hit songs by Pop/R&B recording artist Church Angelo available on iTunes, and recently completed a jazz/funk groove song titled “Spud’s New Zone” which is the feature song on

Spud Too Tight has a Publishing/Administration deal with Missing Link Music –, one of the leading Publishing/Administration companies in North America and has been recently featured in numerous magazines and online news portals.

Over the past several weeks on the show, Spud Too Tight discussed who his major music influences have been such as Teddy Riley, Quincy Jones, Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Herbie Hancock, George Duke, and Jimi Hendrix. Jazz/Funk Master Icon George Duke took the lead as a celebrity guest on August 4th: Hear the interview at:

On Tuesday, August 25th at 1PM EST on Miami based chart topping super producers Marcello “Cool” Valenzano & Andre’ “Dre” Lyon will be celebrity guests on “The Producer’s Corner with Spud Too Tight” Listen in by calling 1-646-200-3368.

If you are an aspiring or upcoming music producer create a music profile at The Producer’s Corner with Spud Too Tight website

The show is heavily saturated on “production talk” and is geared for new to the game and upcoming to get some serious cues from these three heavy producers. Check it out early. It will premier this Friday, August 21st at:

Miami Based chart-topping super producing duo Marcello “Cool” Valenzano and Andre “Dre” Lyon also know as Cool & Dre and their Epidemic Music imprint is also gearing up for the release of the debut album of hip-hop artist C-ride who is featured on Cash Money artist 2 Pistols single titled “Lights Low 2” produced by Cool & Dre.

In other Cool & Dre news, their production company Record Room Productions are on board for an array of high profile music projects to include production on albums by Lil Wayne, Queen Latifah, Wale, Young Jeezy, Amerie and more. They have also their hugely popular website

Cool & Dre have completed 10 tracks on Lil Wayne’s highly anticipated rock album titled “Rebirth” to be released on June 16, 2009. Cool & Dre have also produced Interscope recording artist Wale’s single “Chillin”featuring Lady Gaga which is garnering heavy buzz as well. Cool & Dre were recently in the studio with Queen Latifah who has hired the super duo exclusively to oversee and produce all the tracks for her upcoming album “Persona” set for release on July 7th, 2009. This will be Latifah’s first hip hop album in 10 years! Other projects in the works include production on Justin Timberlake’s new hip hop/rock group called Free Sol signed to Timberlake’s Tennman Records, Amarie’s new album “Break Ups and Make Ups and Lloyd’s upcoming album (titled TBD). Cool & Dre also recently completed the remix for Fall Out Boys’ hit song “America’s Sweetheart” and tracks on Birdman’s new album including the single,“Get it.”

Lastly, expanding into the world of movies and lending their talents to producing scores and soundtracks, Cool & Dre have wrapped up production on “Walk The Dinosaur” performed by Queen Latifah which will be featured on 20th Century Fox’s film “Ice Age 3” set for release on July 4, 2009 in which Latifah co-stars as well. Cool and Dre have also been hired exclusively to score Queen Latifah’s next film titled “Just Wright” and serve as music supervisors for the film. “Just Wright” is a romantic comedy currently in pre-production and to be released on Fox Searchlight.

Cool & Dre recently launched the social network site For a small fee aspiring writers, singers, producers and hip hop artists to upload their demos so that they can be exclusively reviewed exclusively by Cool & Dre. Because A&R executives rarely have time to find talent the site serves as a way for artists to receive constructive criticism from the Grammy nominated duo and actually have a chance of being discovered. The review site has already had 3,000 submissions and has helped the duo discover Neo R&B artist New Time Soul who they plan to work with. The site will soon be converted to a full fledged social network site.

Cool & Dre create original music that crosses a variety of musical genres and that merge the lines that divide pop culture. This is evident when you look at the stellar list of artists that Cool & Dre have worked with which include Linkin Park, Lil Wayne, Gym Class Heroes, The Game, Nas, Busta Rhymes, Wale, Freeway, Darryl Hall, and Duffy to name a few. Cool & Dre have been instrumental in bringing to the masses such classic number 1 hits as “New York” by Ja Rule and “Hate it or Love It” by 50 Cent and The Game for which they were nominated for a Grammy award. Most recently they were also nominated in the prestigious Album of The Year category for their work with Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” and in the Best Rap Album Category for their work on Nas’ “Nas” album.

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