Two years ago, IMAKEMADBEATS burst onto the scene, producing Transcontinental, a collaborative album with Roc C. Now, following the release late last year of IMMB’s dual-EP release Daylight/Nightlight, the producer is releasing his own, long awaited, solo debut. And in celebration of today’s release, the producer, who calls both Memphis and Orlando home, is releasing “Heard Of Me,” the latest single from his self-titled new album.
“Heard of Me,” one of the most triumphant tracks on the album, features Black Milk, Butta Verses, and TzariZM, while showcasing IMAKEMADBEATS’ trademark soulful style. Beginning with reverberating organ and slick drum rolls, the track quickly jumps into chopped samples and rolling, thunderous drums, with Black Milk handling duties on the first verse, followed by Butta Verses before being finished off by TzariZM. “I’ve done a lot of production for either lesser known artists, or very well known artists and just wasn’t given the credit, ” says IMMB in discussing the inspiration for the song’s title while alluding to his past work and ghost production. “Whether it was through engineering, DJ’ing, or production, somehow you might have heard of me.” And with his debut album dropping today, fans should get used to hearing from IMAKEMADBEATS a lot more from now on.
Listen to IMAKEMADBEATS’ “Heard Of Me” here.