Check Out DJ Rick Reed’s New Funky Instrumental Single
Yonkers, New York – DJ Rick Reed grew up surrounded by the fun and upbeat tunes of hip-hop songs. Although he went on to work in the stock market for nearly two decades, his love for hip-hop simmered within him. He finally decided to pursue music professionally after learning music production at the Centre for the Media Arts. Today, he is busy exploiting his freedom as an independent artist to craft original and eclectic beats.
“Rest Stop” is DJ Rick Reed’s latest music release. This upbeat single brings back old-school funky jazz to modern disco sounds. The groove and rhythms will put listeners at ease, ready to swing and dance with no care in the world. Rick’s music is inspired by other great producers like Quincy Jones, Timberland, Dr. Dre, Nile Rodgers, Rick Rubin, and Pete Rock.
To perfect his artistry, he keeps busy by listening to both modern and classic hip hop, disco, pop, jazz, old school, rock, and instrumental beats. He also entered several beat battles in different genres on RocBattle.com, revealing his remarkable versatility.
“Rest Stop” is a funky instrumental single. It contains groovy drumbeats and a thick bassline that will captivate dancers and audiophiles alike. Rick hopes to keep his success going with future plans of releasing his experimental project, “Mini Beats: The Music”. His fanbase can look forward to this series of short beats that will further explore his talents in different music styles.
Check out DJ Rick Reed and his music, available for streaming and purchase. Listeners can also follow the artist on major music and social media platforms to stay up-to-date on the latest releases. To contact him for reviews, interviews, and collaborations, use the information given below.
DJ Rick Reed is an American underground beatmaker, composer, and music producer. As a perfectionist, the artist refined his musical knowledge by getting certified in Audio Engineering and Music Production after attending Recording Connection. He has worked with the popular music publisher and producer Jack D. Elliot, and his beats have been used on the TV show One Man Army. Rick’s expertise lies in creating instrumental hip-hop music with styles varying from R&B to electronic.
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