Miguel’s “Come Thru N Chill” added to Salaam Remi’s “Do It For The Culture” Platform

Last month Salaam Remi’s label, Louder Than Life, announced a new music platform Do It For The Culture. The platform will release 50 songs every few months over the next few years. The first release features music from NO PANTY (Nitty Scott, Bodega Bamz, Joell Ortiz), The Champagne Flutes, Sex All Summer, Miraa May, Elle Varner, Mack Wilds, Miguel, and BJ The Chicago Kid. Miguel‘s “Come Thru N Chill” has just been added to the playlist.

Salaam said:

“This song was the initial inspiration for the project.”

Miguel’s “Come Thru N Chill” produced by Salaam Remi below:

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Producer Deputy Talks “Bitch Better Have My Money”, Rihanna & more [Video]


Deputy is responsible for multiple hit songs but most recently the Brooklyn native has garnered buzz for his work on “Bitch Better Have My Money”  the hit single from label mate Rihanna. He’s also worked with his Roc Nation cohorts, J. Cole and Wale. He has been featured in Forbes and Bloomberg Business Week for his work in accounting and business venture to help musicians managed money. He also appeared in The Fader and many other culture magazines.

Check out the interview clip below, as the hitmaker stops by Pensado’s Place to talk about the #BBHMM single, working with Riri and more:

*Deputy’s Interview starts at mark 22:57*

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Scott Storch Files for Bankruptcy…AGAIN, Says He Has $100 To His Name


Scott Spencer Storch is known for a plethora of hits that even we lost count a long time ago! Now, the veteran producer-hitmaker is reportedly broke and is now filing for bankruptcy…again.

Storch has worked with artists like: Christina Aguilera, Justin Timberlake, Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Pink and so many more — making him worth $70 million over time.

Originally, he blew $30 mil in a 6 month span on drugs, women, cars, houses and the list goes on. That was the first draw.

Today, TMZ reports that Scott only has $100 in his pockets, $500 in clothing and a $3k watch. And, what makes it even worse, his music companies are valued at $0.

While filing his papers, he also claims in the bankruptcy docs that he made a grand total of $10,000 last year.

This should definitely be a lesson for every rapper, producer, artist to put your money away. Save it. Invest it. Be smart.



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