Ayo N Keyz are well known and established producers in the music industry. They began working with each other in 2014 and blew up ever since. Upon meeting through mutual friends, their chemistry was priceless.
They have engineered music for top celebrities which resulted in hits and chart breaking sales. Their breakthrough began when they worked with Omarion and Rick Ross in creating the single “Lets Talk”. This was the epitome for them; they gained recognition through many artists through this single and so their career went full blast. They ventured into different genres of music such as Pop, R&B and Rap in which they successfully mastered beats and produced hits. Furthermore, this talented duo were able to master songs for Chris Brown, Cardi B, PNB Rock, and Jaden Smith; these are just the most recent artists they have worked with. Their work has landed them a Grammy when working with Cardi B’s on her album “Invasion of Privacy” in which they produced the hit song “Bickenhead”. These producers show off their unique talents when they produced Beyonce’s single “Been On” which is featured in her homecoming soundtrack. Hence, these two producers are on the road to greatness. They’ve already contributed their dedication and hard work with numerous artists and helped them create masterpieces.
Recently, Ayo and Keyz produced two songs from Jaden’s Smith new album. One is a called “Noize” feat. Tyler The Creator. They also produced “Trust Issues” off of Chris Brown’s latest album “Indigo” and produced YBN Nahmir’s newest single feat. Tyga and City Girls. With all these two have accomplished so far they have effortlessly made it clear that they are a forced to be reckoned with. They remain consistent with hit after hit.
For additional songs, check out their Apple Music playlist “Produced by Ayo N Keyz” here:
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