!!Kwa Kifupi!!! MFAHAMU PRODUCER WA NO MEDIOCRE YA T.I NA LOYAL YA CHRISS BROWN-(DJ MUSTARD)

Jina lake kamili anaitwa Dijon McFarlane....

Leo nimependa kuwaletea kwa kifupi historia ya huyu producer ambaye kwa sasa anatishia tasnia ya muziki duniani hasa katika miondoko ya hip hop ambaye anajulikana kama dj mustard.Katika nyimbo alizotengeneza lazima utasikia jingle yake inarosema "mustard on the beat uuh".

TURUDI NYUMA KIDOGO
Kuna wimbo ambao aliproduce hyu jamaa,wimbo wa JEREMIH unaitwa DONT TELL EM ambao alimshirikisha mtu mmoja anaitwa YG...Sasa katika kufuatilia huyu Dj Mustard nimekuta kuwa kabla ya kuanza kuproduce beat alikuwa ndio official dj wa msanii YG.

SOMA ZAIDI HISTORIA YAKE HAPA CHINI KUTOKA KWENYE MTANDAO MMOJA ULIOANDIKA KUHUSU DJ MASTARD

Dijon McFarlane, professionally known as DJ Mustard, is an American record producer and DJ from Los Angeles, California. He is perhaps best known for being the official DJ of Compton-bred rapper YG, as well as for producing a string of hit singles, such as Tyga's "Rack City", 2 Chainz' "I'm Different", YG's "My Nigga", Kid Ink's "Show Me", Ty Dolla Sign's "Paranoid", Trey Songz' "Na Na" , Tinashe's "2 On", Jeremih's "Don't Tell Em", Teeflii's "24 Hours", T.I.'s "No Mediocre", and many more. Mustard's production style has been described as a up-tempo, club oriented, catchy yet rudimentary melodic hip hop style. This style has snowballed into a subgenre of West Coast hip hop, which he calls "ratchet music".All of his productions begin with the tag "Mustard on the beat, hoe!", a voice sample of YG, who says it at the end of "I'm Good", one of their early collaborations.Mustard's debut album, 10 Summers, is scheduled to be released on August 26, 2014.


 When Mustard was 11 years old, his uncle, a DJ, let him DJ at a family party. Mustard began DJing more as he got older, and became much more skilled at it. DJ Mustard then very often DJed in clubs. He uses the music production software Reason, first using 5, 6 and currently using 6.5. "With this ratchet music I’m trying to create my own sound. I want to make this to where it can’t leave, this is something that everybody’s gonna get used to. Like how everybody got used to Lil Jon or Luke. I don’t want it to be something that comes and goes, I want it to be something that’s here forever like a real culture," Mustard said.




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