Mr. Attic

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Roger Perryman, better known as Mr. Attic, is a Canadian hip-hop producer from Toronto, Ontario.[1] He is a member of Juno Award-winning production team, Da Grassroots.[2]

Career[edit]

Mr. Attic began his career in 1989, as a member of Da Grassroots. Throughout the 1990s, the group produced for many underground artists in Toronto's hip hop scene, most notably Ghetto Concept. The group released their debut album Passage Through Time in 1999. After the underground success of their album, each member began working on various solo projects. Mr. Attic co-founded Choice Cut Records in 2000.[3] When producing music, he uses an Ensoniq EPS-16+ sampler.[4]

Discography[edit]

(Not including songs credited to Da Grassrooots.)

1999

  • "Can't Touch Us" – Saukrates (co-produced)
  • "Body Language" – Saukrates feat. Choclair

2000

  • "These Days & Times" – Checkmate feat. Concise
  • "Rise Up" – BrassMunk
  • "Groupie Central" – Mr. Roam

2001

2002

  • "Big" – BrassMunk
  • "This 'n That" – Thrust feat. Choclair
  • "One Flow" – Thrust

2003

  • "Major League" – IRS
  • "System" – Mr. Roam

2004

2005

  • "E.G.G. (Everybody Gone Gangsta)" – Kardinal Offishall feat. Vybz Kartel

2006

2007

  • "Letter 2 John (Interlude)", "Letter 2 John" – Mathematik
  • "IT", "Hold On" – Marvel

2008

  • "Get It Goin'" – Torae

2010

  • "Childish Games" – Consequence feat. Asher Roth
  • "Add Rhyme & Mix (A.R.M.) Pt. 1" – Mr. Attic feat. Marvel and Mr. Roam

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