What happens when the hottest producers and hit makers joined forces to take over the record industry?
The answer is BEAT HOUSE.
Leaning heavily into the documentary style of HBO and Vice we follow some of the industry’s hottest young and successful producers, as they vie for global music domination. BEAT HOUSE is an immersive experience that promises to focus on real life over created drama. Hard work, success and re-invention are our subject matter. At its inception, BEAT HOUSE grants the TV audience access to a world they’ve only dreamt of. Big deals, dope music, high energy and real pressure.
BEAT HOUSE is a movement and a location. With warm visuals of the west coast as the backdrop, the cast gathers at a mansion in the Hollywood Hills equipped with state of the art recording studios and lounge spaces. Artists, managers and label executives stop here, meet here, screen new tracks, and take meetings. For the first time, we get to see the wizards behind the curtain. During the day it’s hustle, big business, celeb demands and cameos. During the late nights we focus on creation, studio lifestyle and the crews our artists call family. One thing is for sure, many people aspire to be in this select group but few are chosen. BEAT HOUSE is the story of the chosen few.
Born and raised in the A, OG Parker is a known name in hip hop. He is the man behind the Migos delivering hits including “Walk It, Talk It” featuring Drake and “Slippery” featuring Gucci Mane. He’s collaborated with Ty Dolla $ign, Chris Brown, Gucci Mane, lil Baby and Offset. He’s signed as the in-house producer of Quality Control Music which is the record label for the Migos, Lil Baby and Lil Yachty.
Bobby was talking about a specific LA girl when he wrote the lyrics “these hoes ain’t loyal” for Chris Brown. He also co-wrote DJ Khalid featuring Justin Bieber “I’m the One”. Bobby reps the bay area and collabs with fellow bay artists G-Eazy, Ty Dolla $ign and Plo.
Trakgirl is a rare-breed of female producer and fearless personality. Her voice for women empowerment in the music industry has led to features in Forbes, the Los Angeles Times, Complex, BET and Nylon. Talented, artistic and approachable, Trakgirl is most known for her work with songstress Jhene Aiko. She embodies a swag that has gotten her in recording sessions with legends in the producer game like Timbaland and No I.D.
DZL (pronounced diesel) hails from Toronto and has produced for J Cole, Kehlani, 6lack and Soulja Boy.
The first beat Tank God landed with a major artist ended up becoming Post Malone’s “Rockstar.” While a biology major at the University of Hartford in Connecticut, he created the beat during his finals week. He then gave the beat to Post after a chance encounter at a New York City recording studio. The rest is history. Tank is currently working on making lightning strike twice and he is well positioned to make it happen.