Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 at 5:47 pm
Autotune rapper/producer Ron Browz has recently been dropped… I mean parted ways with his label Universal Motown. According to Browz, he couldn’t see eye-to-eye with the label, saying:
“Currently me and Universal decided it was best for us to part ways as far as business, because little creative differences, I love Sylvia [Rhone]. Sylvia was the first person to give me an opportunity to show the world what I could as far as being an artist.”
Browz, who has produced classic tracks by rappers like Big L, 50 Cent, Snoop Dogg, DMX and Nas, was signed to Universal Motown via his own imprint, Ether Boy Records. Since he signed with Universal Motown in September of 2008, Browz produced three massive hit singles: the collaborative track “Pop Champagne” featuring Jim Jones, “Jumpin’ Out the Window” and “Arab Money” featuring Busta Rhymes. The rapper also recently shot a video for his new single “$20 Dollarz,” which should be released in the next two weeks.
Browz recently produced “She’s A Killer” on Ghostface’s new album The Wizard of Poetry, Nicki Minaj’s new track “Get Crazy” and an upcoming song by singer Bobby Valentino.
Browz, who uses the controversial Autotune technology on his hits, recently shared his opinion on the voice enhancing effect.
“People criticized it, but you can’t deny hot records,all these records was crazy in the club. And the funny thing is, after D.O.A., it seemed like more Autotune records came out after the record came out.”
This guy is trash and so are his songs, somehow I don’t think Universal’s going to miss him. Besides what do they care they own Drake, so they’ll be just fine.