Kev Brown In The Lab Instrumental Session

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  1. What is the track he created out of the I’ll Be Loving You Always at 5m 21s?

    That sounds like a London warehouse party perfect track.


  2. Kev Brown brings some goodness everytime I hear something from him beat wise…and he’s a dope MC too imho.

  3. Is there such a thing as being too laid back…..dudes straight mumblin lol. But hes got dope beats as always.

    • I speak from experience. A person such as I who have a heavy baritone, Which is mistaken for mumbling. If your the person who can’t understand, it is because your at a distance where you can’t make out the syllables in that octave so to you it sounds like babble but to us it’s loud & clear. when asked to speak up it sounds like We are yelling in our ear, This is why most heavy baritone people are misunderstood! Other than that Kev is a noticeable producer just thought you should know…

      • Oh nah I wasnt trying to diss him and I know who he is, I have been up on Kev for a while. First heard him on the visionaries shit. I was just sayin how laid back he seems…almost no emotion. and by the way I think the term you were looking for was “notable” as in “celebrated” or” worthy of distinction”, Just thought YOU should know.

  4. Always, always nice to see Kev Brown on the set!!! Very underrated producer IMHO!!! He needs more exposure, no doubt!! Glad to a new vid up about what he’s been into!! Great post!!



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    • ^^^^You embody everything wrong with hip-hop. Listen to “The Alexander Green Project”. Kev destroys those beats. Meanwhile you want him to make some bullshit. Your statement is gayer than a “Glee” marathon homie.

      • So something is wrong with me because I want him to make something that hits the masses? Premo has made hits without sounding pop or synthetic so… whats the issues here? Just because someones says they want a hit doesn’t mean they want some thin 3 key melody over some clap snares.. please get your head out of your ass

        • The days when someone could make a “hit” with anything remotely raw or soulful are over, at least for now. I guess it all depends on what you classify as a “hit” though. Kev’s made a lot of music that hits me in a particular way. It may be a “hit” to me, but to the masses…? Notsomuch.
          I will say that the way you put it: “please wake me when this man makes a hit” was condescending as all getout. Don’t try to backtrack and act like you were really praising the guy. If you’re waiting for the masses to accept something from this man before you can give him his due, I’m not sure why you’re posting on a site called CRATEkings… I’ll start up a site called V-S-T’s and F-A-G’s and you can post there, okay buddy?
          p.s. do you drive a Harley Davidson?

          • That’s only true if you’re main focus is the United States Market. Prime example 90s rnb is really popular in Asia so a lot the 90s rnb producers that were making US hits are now making hits over there.

            Premo, Pete Rock, Marco Polo, Dr Period and a lot unpopular named producers right now do huge numbers in the UK because they are still on the golden Era of Hiphop it’s what they love.

            Ty Fyffe, dudes music gritty imo has huge placements in the states but the man does more numbers over in the Uk as well. You can his companies on BMI & ASCAP (same with Premo) They are licensing tracks in the 6 digit figures and I’m not talking CASH i’m talking number of times the tracks have been licensed.

            If you ever get the time to go to an ASCAP Convention you’ll meet a lot of no name producers that sample based who do the same. The Sampling laws are diff overseas. If you get the time browse some of the top licensed producers

            Numbers define a hit not the region doesn’t matter if its in Latin America or Russia numbers are numbers

            Kev Brown’s production is of the same caliber imo. So like I stated in my 1st post Kev Brown Is talented but please wake me up when he makes a hit.

          • Yea that’s true in Our market (USA) but look where elsewhere
            Premo, PR, Dr Period, Just blaze, Marco Polo etc Look at where their numbers (licenses) are coming from these days (UK). There is a huge fan base for golden era hiphop there and they are killing it. The sampling laws over there are much diff than in the states

            Same with the old 112th,en vogue and TLC producers they killing it because asia loves that 90s rnb sound. There licensing/Rotation numbers are public record

  6. Kev is a genious. I’d love to hear more from him in any capacity! Very humble guy too.

  7. Kev Brown could def make hitrecords with R&B singers on it though.
    His beats are also a mix of Hip-Hop/R&B i think. It hits hard and has a soulful sound.

    I think Kev would be somewhere in the top 30 hiphop producers.

  8. LOL, Kev is a dope Mc and ill producer! If there is one flaw about him its that I want more music from him! lol. I literally PURCHASED everything he has available. Even his callabo albums with LMNO. (the first one was sweet because it came with instrumentals and I didnt have to hear LMNO, who I think is very very very hard to listen to. The second one didnt come with instrumentals, so I’m kinda forced to listen to LMNO’s “rapping”. I wish Kev rapped on all those beats solo instead.

    I love Kev Brown’s music. Anotha classic joint

  9. yo whats good man im feeling the beats hey where can i find that break beat record u had??

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