Sid Roams

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Sid Roams
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres Hip hop
Occupation(s) Record producers
Years active 2004–present
Members Joey Chavez
Tavish "Bravo" Graham

Sid Roams is an American record production team composed of Joey Chavez and Tavish "Bravo" Graham. Sid Roams have worked with several prominent artists, such as Eminem, Bad Meets Evil (Eminem and Royce da 5'9"), Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Evidence, Dilated Peoples, Infamous Mobb, Phil da Agony of Strong Arm Steady, Agallah, Chino XL and Lil' Fame of M.O.P., B.a.R.S. Murre, among others. Sid Roams have released two instrumental albums, Strctly Nstrmntl (2008) and Zombie Musik (2009).[1]

History[edit]

American music producers Joey Chavez and Tavish "Bravo" Graham, have been working together since 1992, but officially started producing together under the name Sid Roams, in 2004. In a 2009 interview with Unkut, Bravo recalled how their name came about: "We had this vision that we would create a character, because Joey and I had been working on beats together for so long, we were like, ‘Let’s create a one-man character, like one person’. Sid Roams to us was just like this legend – this former gangster, he was retired, he was like 75 years-old, maybe Cuban, maybe Colombian. He was like this wrinkly old man and he owns a villa on some island in the Caribbean with his harem of women and just makes beats and shit. We decided that that’s who Sid Roams was."'[2]

Discography[edit]

Albums
  • Strctly Nstrmntl (2008)
  • Zombie Musik (2009)

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