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Behind every hit record is a fire producer (or producers). Insert OG Parker & Romano, who both hail from Atlanta, Georgia. Together, they’ve whipped up beats to some of our favorite slappers, including “Indigo” by Chris Brown and “Double Trouble” featuring Quavo and Meek Mill on the Quality Control album. OG Parker has been surrounded by music his entire life, influenced by his grandfather who was a professional pianist. Romano on the other hand had no family members in music, but talks about the moment he switched from basketball to making beats.
Power 106 went inside Pulse Studio in Burbank for our latest episode of #SNIPPETS, chatting with the two producers about how they met, their producer tags, three essential studio items, and recording with Quality Control.
If you’re heard “OG PARKER!” at the beginning of “Slippery” by Migos, it’s actually the voice of OG Maco (“U Guessed It”). Romano’s tag consists of his own voice, with a little reverb. Watch above as they break down the making of “Double Trouble” by Quavo & Meek, “Soakin Wet” by Marlo, City Girls & Offset, and co-producing “Indigo” by CB with Scott Storch.