TORONTO- You know we’re back with another hit from R-Tripz produced by McCallaman off the Final Phase Mixtape. With Valentine’s Day in our rearview they have this nice R&B track for you and your lover to enjoy. Listen, Enjoy and let us know what you think!
You know we always have the exclusive stuff so here we go! We Have R-Tripz latest mixtape titled Final Phase executively produced by the one and only McCallaman and also produced by GMF, Caliph, and T-Minus.
We have the download here for you so check it out!
And if you Dont know.. NOW YOU KNOW!
It seems as of late , Toronto-born producers like Marco Polo, Rich Kidd and Boi-1Da to name a few, are making a splash over the airwaves and across the border.
We Caught up with McCallaman a Toronto born and raised producer at the tender age of 18, whose definitely making a name for himself.
PrettyHypeTO: Your only 18 and your already producing music for up and comers in Toronto. How did you get started?
McCallaman: Well, my cousin Anthony “D-Keyz” James (RIP) from Burd&Keyz productions was the one who introduced me to beat-making. I was around 12 years old, I think. But from then on I downloaded the infamous program called “FL Studio” or “Fruityloops” to some…And it has just been a magical experience ever since.
PHT:How long have you been producing music?
MC:Well I started playing around with producing at age 12. But I can say that from age 15 I started taking it seriously. So, for about 4 years now (I’m 19 next month…Scary)
PHT:And so far who are the more notable artists you’ve worked with?
MC: Andreena Mill, JDiggz, Kim Davis, R-Tripz, Jonny Roxx, Erik Flowchild, and Mason Payne to name a few.
PHT: Now, were you acquainted with them before they knew about your amazing music production or did they find out online etc…?
MC: Most of them found out via me hitting them up or them hearing about me via online. R-Tripz and I go way back though (Space Boiz 4 Life). I’m pretty down with Andreena, Flow, and Mason Payne though. Many artists I’ve met through other artists or at events as well.
PHT: Where do you hope to take your business?
MC: Looking in the near future, I just want to be able to live off of doing what I do and never have to take up another average joe job again. But I think I’d like to maybe establish my own label at some point in time as well. I really want to make music that touches and influences people.
PHT: And if someone wants to find your music or contact you about making music where can they find you?
MC:Good question! They can find me on these sites:
Facebook search: McCallaman
I think that’s enough links (Laughs)
PHT: Any last thoughts?
MC: Thank you very much PrettyHypeTO for having me here. Simplicity is key