A quick interview with producer J.R. Rotem (Destiny’s Child, Chamillionaire, Sean Kingston, Rick Ross) discussing his approach to working with artists and the philosophy of producing a sound around the individual rather than attempting to emboss his own sound on the client.
663 thoughts on “J.R. Rotem On Producing For The Individual Artist”
this guy is a fucking joke.
I second that!!
Okay, cmon, guys, hes not that bad… I 4 1 thnk that he did a prity gud job on é doctors advocate! N neway, producin is abt makin the artist sound good… Wel, at least thats what i believe…
how is he a joke? he is one of the most talented producers in the game. dipshit
word to lil ish .. you haters wouldn’t know talent if you had it and it’s obvious you don’t judging by what you posted. i used to know this kat when we were at berklee and he hasn’t changed that much — even since he’s become multiplatinum. y’all haters keep hating because no one has heard of either of you .. JR on the other hand .. rings bells.
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