South Carolina native Jetsonmade is spot on when he says he's, "Changing the sonud of the game." At just 23-years old, he's already GRAMMY-nominated for his work with Dababy, and he's drafting off his parents' musical ability and using his love for melody to,
In the latest episode of Behind The Board, Jetsonmade recounts the three days he spent working with Dababy trying to crack the code and make the best records they could make. "Suge" was the last record they did in those sessions, and it earned both a nomination for Best Rap Song at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards and earned Dababy a second nomination for Best Rap Performance. Their success was no accident.
"We were working hard trying to prove to the world, to the industry, we've got our own sound," he said. "And now a year later, we're GRAMMY-nominated for that. It's a wonderful feeling.
Even as a young producer, Jetsonmade has already expereinced success with his work on BABY ON BABY as well as what he calls his most favorite project at the time is Roddy Rich's Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial. As his career takes off, he's sharpening the tools of the trade to craft many more hits.
"In my opinion, a great record is determined by the response of the people," he said, adding a piece of his favorite advice, "If it's meant to be, it will be."
See the rest of Jetsonmade's conversation with the Recording Academy the latest episode of Behind The Board.