Band play has been one of the top producers out coming from Music City of Nashville. We know you have heard the tag name “Let the Band play” on several records from artists he has produced in the past and present. He received his first gold plaque from the hit single “Major” with Young Dolph and Key Glock. The crazy part that we found out from the Nashville native that it became gold three days before his birthday, but was made several months prior to the release date.
With the release of the joint project, Dum and Dummer, he has announced that he is apart of Young Dolph’s Paper Route Empire. He has produced two of the top singles off the album called “Baby Joker” and “Crashin’ Out,” and might we say, that if he keeps bringing heat then we for sure wanting the band to play effortlessly. With Glock’s previous project, Glockoma, we heard of a few tracks that Band Play produced that opened doors for him to create more of his sound.
Below we have caught up with Band play and discussed his company, Street Orchestra, his relationship with Key Glock and Young Dolph and more.
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