Over the past decade, we've seen numerous talented producers emerge from across the country, standing behind some of the most popular songs of today. Lex Luger, Mike Will, and Hit Boy are just a few that fall into that category. Now that 2013 has rolled around, the list of noticeable up-and-coming producers is in desperate need of updating as there are a few producers making their way from under the radar. The list of producers below mainly relates to potential as opposed to the works that they've accomplished. Here are 5 of the newest talent producers with the most potential.
5. Jay C Moola
As if from nowhere, Jay C Moola begins to make his way into the arena of noticeable producers. His style is unique yet fitting for today's genre of rap and hip hop, incorporating synths and his signature choir sounds into a majority of his smooth tracks. Big trill, club bangers and trap music are his specialty.
Interscope Records producer Hit-Boy has emerged as one of the most dominant producers of the last two years. After hearing his brilliant work on Lil Wayne's “Drop the World” featuring Eminem, many were waiting in anticipation for his next big hit. He has produced for the likes of Kid Cudi, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Eminem, and Chris Brown, and the list continues to grow.
This sample king has been in affiliation with Dipset since 2006. However, his unique production style and tireless ethic have kept him relevant throughout the years, and his stardom has continued to rise as he continues to make good music.
2. Jahlil Beats
The list of artists that Jahlil Beats has produced for continues to grow at a steady pace. Many could say that he is almost completely responsible for the success of rapper Meek Mill. Nonetheless, Jahlil continues his domination of the industry with his hard hits.
Canadian producer T-Minus is by far one of the most influential producers of today. His background as a drummer carries on into his rhythmic style of production. He's most famous for his work on “She Will.” T-Minus is currently assisting Pusha T and Big Sean on Drake's third album. T-Minus has not gone without recognition. At the 2012 BMI Urban Awards, he won the award for Top Producer.
In the near future, do not be surprised to see these talented producers take over the music industry.