Southside (record producer)

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Southside
Birth name Joshua Howard Luellen
Also known as
  • Southside on the Track
  • Young Sizzle
  • Sizzle
Born (1989-02-02) February 2, 1989 (age 29)
Origin Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Record producer
  • songwriter
  • rapper
Instruments
Years active 2010–present
Labels
Associated acts

Joshua Howard Luellen (born February 2, 1989),[1] professionally known as Southside, or by his stage name Young Sizzle (also known as Southside on da Track and Sizzle), is an American record producer, songwriter and rapper. Southside gained recognition in the hip hop industry for producing songs for prominent artists across the American hip hop sphere. In 2010, Southside and fellow 1017 label-mate Lex Luger, established their record production and songwriting team 808 Mafia, where Southside currently is at the helm of the group.[2] The basis for his stage name came from the place from where Luellen grew up, Southside, Atlanta.[3]

Early life and career[edit]

Southside grew up in the Southside region of Atlanta, Georgia.[1] Growing up, he was an accomplished baseball player and excelled in numerous baseball positions but eventually gave up the sport after suffering a concussion when he was hit in the head with a ball.[4] He started making beats when he was 14 years old, when he got his first computer with his uncle.[5] It was around his mid teenage years that Southside decided to start take music production as a serious career path.[6] He was later discovered by then unknown rapper Waka Flocka Flame when he was 17 and through Waka's network, Gucci Mane eventually signed him to his label 1017 Brick Squad Records.[6][7] At Bricksquad Records, Luellen met Lex Luger, who was another producer for Waka Flocka, and the two started working together to lay the production groundwork for Waka Flocka's debut album.

Southside’s first major release was the song "Fuck the Club Up," which appeared on Waka Flocka’s debut album Flockaveli. In 2011, Southside co-produced the track "Illest Motherfucker Alive," from Kanye West & Jay-Z’s critically acclaimed album Watch the Throne.[8] This helped to boost his career and bring him into the mainstream hip hop scene. He has since worked with artists such as Rick Ross, B.o.B, Wale, Meek Mill, Lil Scrappy, MGK[5] among others.

Southside was the main producer of Gucci Mane & Waka Flocka’s collaboration album Ferrari Boyz and on Flocka’s sophomore album "Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family".[9]

In January 2013, Southside produced "Millions" - the lead single from Pusha T's mixtape Wrath of Caine.[10] The music video for the song was released on February 10. The song sparked controversy when producer Rico Beats was asked to modify Southside's instrumental for the final version of the song. Southside wasn't notified of the changes, which led to the two producers exchanging threats over Twitter.[11] In Wrath of Caine's official track list, Kanye West is credited as co-producer, instead of Rico Beats.[12] Also in 2013, Southside & TM88 produced the song "Tapout" by Birdman for his album Rich Gang: Flashy Lifestyle. The song peaked at #44 on the Billboard Hot 100 and have been certified Gold By The RIAA.

Throughout the early 2010s, Southside's productions have been featured on numerous mixtapes. Along with 808 Mafia’s TM88, the single "Danny Glover" became a breakout in early 2014 for Gucci Mane's protégé Young Thug was produced by Southside. By late 2014, Southside's production continue to catapult into Atlanta's hip hop mainstream when Future's mixtape Monster went on to become one of the most well acclaimed rap releases during that year as Southside handled a quarter of the mixtapes entire production. The well received project has seen more than a million combined streams and downloads via the online mixtape site DatPiff. Monster standout "Commas" was released as an official commercial single in March 2014 and spent 20 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #55 simultaneity earning an RIAA gold certification further cementing Southside's career boost.[13]

In 2015, Southside continued to push his trap sound in the hip hop industry ubiquitously, especially on various songs produced by him and his 808 Mafia collective. Luellen was responsible for producing a significant portion of Future's album, DS2 as well as being responsible for producing nine of the ten tracks of Future's mixtape, 56 Nights, in which Southside made the entire project's worth of beats in only one night.[14] In addition, Southside also contributed to the production of 3 tracks on the collaborative mixtape What a Time to Be Alive by Future and Canadian rapper Drake.

Production style and influences[edit]

Southside uses the digital audio workstation, FL Studio along with custom installed VST plugins to compose his beats. Luellen's distinct signature trap sound is gritty, grimy, and thunderous hip hop street sound which is similar to that of his collaborators, Lex Luger and his group 808 Mafia. Despite such similarities, Luellen's sound is distinctly known to be more gangster, bombastic, gritty, rambunctious, and menacing compared to that of his collaborators. Luellen is known for his dark, belligerent, and menacing hip hop sound coupled with hard hitting 808 kicks, crisp snare drums, fast hi-hats, frantic synthesizers, sinister lead instruments, and colorfully layered ominous orchestration of synthesized brass, hits, stringed, woodwind, and keyboard instruments.[3][15][16][17] Like many other producers Southside uses a musical signature tag on many of the songs he has produced. His main tag is a pitched-up voice saying his name. He also uses his team tag, 808 Mafia and more recently, a sample of the Ironside (1967 TV series) theme song produced by Quincy Jones.[1] Back in the beginning of his career, Southside claimed to complete a single beat in 15 to 30 minutes, but as of 2015, he claims to be able to make a single beat in less than 6 minutes and with no sound.[4] He cites Lil Jon as his favorite producer and enjoys the production work made by Pharrell, Shawty Redd, and Drumma Boy.[18] He is also influenced by the production works of Kanye West, Dr. Dre, Timbaland and Swizz Beatz.[19]

Southside also credits modern technology and internet, particularly through the monetization of music through streaming sites such as SoundCloud, YouTube, Spotify, and Apple Music that help him make a living off of his passion for hip hop music and well as making his own production career possible.[13]

Work ethic[edit]

Inside the studio, Southside is known for his strong work ethic and strategic marketing acumen when producing beats for artists and getting the finalized track towards the mixtape circuit or for radio play.[7][20] Since 2013, Southside began to focus on his as producer from an entrepreneurial perspective, cultivating talent while learning the ins and outs of the legality in the music production business as well as negotiating deals and making the financial decisions on every track he is responsible for producing.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Luellen was born when his mother was 18 and still in high school. His father, Masaba Tyson was also a record producer known as CAPP1 who produced for several Atlanta hip hop acts, including for local hip hop giants OutKast.[6] Southside currently has 4 children, sons Karmello and Legend, RJ and a daughter named Karlye.[4]

Discography[edit]

Mixtapes

  • Free Agent (2014)
  • Free Agent 2 (2015)
  • Free Agent 3 (2015)
  • Hardcore N Hi-Tech (2016)
  • Lebron Flocka James 4 (with Waka Flocka Flame) (2016)
  • I.O.U. (2017)
  • Trap Ye (2017)
  • Trap Ye: Season 2 (2018)

Production credits[edit]

2010[edit]

Waka Flocka FlameFlockaveli

  • 01. "Bustin' At 'Em" (produced with Lex Luger)
  • 07. "Fuck the Club Up" (featuring Pastor Troy and Slim Dunkin)
  • 19. "Gun Sounds"

2011[edit]

Wale

Gucci ManeThe Return of Mr. Zone 6

  • 05. "Shout Out to My Set" (featuring Wooh da Kid)

Waka Flocka Flame – Benjamin Flocka

  • 02. "My G"
  • 04. "Brick Squad Monopoly" (featuring P Smurf and Mouse)
  • 06. "Clap"
  • 07. "Kill The Parkin Lot" (featuring Blar and P Smurf)
  • 08. "Young Nigga" (featuring Gucci Mane)
  • 09. "Spazz Out" (featuring Chill Will and P Smurf)
  • 10. "Crowd" (featuring YG Hootie, Lil Capp and P Smurf)
  • 12. "Cocaine Runners" (featuring Cartel and P Smurf)
  • 15. "Nik After Nik" (featuring Slim Dunkin)
  • 17. "Watch My Power Spread" (featuring Wooh da Kid)

Gucci Mane – Writings on the Wall 2

  • 06. "Psycho" (featuring YC & YG Hootie)
  • 17. "Major" (featuring Wooh da Kid)

Jay-Z and Kanye WestWatch the Throne

  • 13. "Illest Motherfucker Alive" (produced with Kanye West and Mike Dean

Gucci Mane and Waka Flocka Flame – Ferrari Boyz

  • 02. "15th and the 1st" (featuring YG Hootie)
  • 04. "Feed Me" (featuring Frenchie)
  • 05. "Mud Musik" (featuring 2 Chainz)
  • 07. "Young Niggaz"
  • 08. "Suicide Homicide" (featuring Wooh da Kid)
  • 09. "I Don't See U" (featuring Ice Burgandy)
  • 10. "PacMan"

Meek MillDreamchasers

  • 07. "Body Count" (featuring Rick Ross) (produced with TM88)
  • 14. "Don't Panic" (featuring Rick Ross and Yo Gotti)

Waka Flocka Flame and Slim Dunkin – Twin Towers 2 (No Fly Zone)

  • 06. "BMW" (featuring D-Bo)
  • 07. "Let Me See You Do It" (featuring Wooh da Kid)
  • 08. "Blindside" (performed by Slim Dunkin)
  • 09. "Band Pop"
  • 10. "Flex" (featuring D-Bo and Lil Capp)
  • 12. "Drop It Girl" (featuring Lil Capp, P Ceeze and Gates)
  • 15. "R.I.P." (featuring Alley Boy and Trouble)

2 Chainz – T.R.U. REALigion

  • 03. "Undastatement" (produced with Lex Luger)

OJ da Juiceman – The Lord of the Rings

  • 03. "Lately"

2012[edit]

Gucci Mane – Trap Back

  • 03. "Quiet"
  • 07. "Trap Back"
  • 08. "Opposite"

Meek Mill – Dreamchasers 2

Waka Flocka Flame – Triple F Life: Friends, Fans & Family

  • 01. "Triple F Life"
  • 02. "Let Dem Guns Blam"
  • 07. "Fist Pump" (produced with B.o.B and Jamieson Jones)
  • 09. "Cash"
  • 10. "Lurkin'" (produced with TM88)
  • 11. "Clap"
  • 12. "U Ain't Bout That Life"
  • 14. "Flex"
  • 16. "Inky"
  • 18. "Everything I Love" (produced with Sonny Digital)

2 Chainz – Based on a T.R.U. Story

  • 02. "Crack"

Big SeanDetroit

Waka Flocka Flame – Salute Me or Shoot Me 4 (Banned from America)

  • 01. "50K" (featuring Gucci Mane) (produced with TM88)
  • 02. "Death of Me" (produced with TM88)
  • 03. "J. Well" (produced with TM88)
  • 05. "Lock & Load" (featuring Bambino Gold and Cartel MGM) (produced with TM88)
  • 06. "Tweakin" (produced with TM88)
  • 07. "Turnt" (featuring Wale and Roscoe Dash) (produced with TM88)
  • 13. "Zip Em Up" (featuring Wooh da Kid and D Dash) (produced with TM88)
  • 14. "Murda" (featuring Chief Keef and Bo Deal)

Machine Gun KellyLace Up

  • 03. "Wild Boy" (produced with GB Hitz)

Machine Gun Kelly

  • 00. "Wild Boy (Remix)" (featuring 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Mystikal, French Montana, Yo Gotti and Steve-O) (produced with GB Hitz)

Gucci Mane – Trap God

Doe Boy – Boyz N Da Hood 2

  • 25. "John Doe Gotti" (produced with TM88)

SD – Life of a Savage 2

  • 01. "Reckless" (produced with TM88)
  • 08. "All I Know" (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "Don't Get Smoked" (produced with TM88)
  • 11. "All This Money" (produced with TM88)

Maybach Music GroupSelf Made Vol. 2

Roscoe Dash – Roscoe 2.0

  • 14. "Whole Lotta" (produced with TM88)
  • 15. "Receipt" (featuring D-Bo) (produced with TM88)

2013[edit]

Pusha TWrath of Caine

  • 02. "Millions" (produced with Kanye West, Rico Beats and Mike Dean)

Wooh Da Kid – Full Metal Jacket

  • 02. "FMJ" (produced with TM88)
  • 03. "Dirty Lungs" (produced with TM88)
  • 04. "Maniac" (featuring Trae Tha Truth & Bo Deal)
  • 08. "Geek House" (featuring SD & J Mike) (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "What's Bracken"
  • 13. "Benji" (featuring Ar Quest) (produced with TM88)
  • 15. "I Do What I Want" (featuring Nino Cahootz) (produced with TM88)
  • 18. "Cut Throat" (produced with TM88)

SD – Life of a Savage 3

  • 02. "Re-Up" (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "Obsessed"

Waka Flocka Flame – Duflocka Rant 2

  • 03. "Can't Do Golds" (produced with TM88)
  • 07. "College Girl" (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "Brother's Keeper" (produced with TM88)
  • 11. "Bad Decision" (produced with TM88)
  • 12. "Shit Where You Sleep" (produced with TM88)
  • 15. "Anything But Broke" (produced with TM88)

Gucci Mane – Trap Back 2

  • 01. "Don't Deserve It"
  • 15. "Picture That"

Gucci Mane and Young Dolph – EastAtlantaMemphis[21]

  • 03. "Can't Handle Me" (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 10. "Mob Ties"

Frenchie – Long Overdue

  • 02. "Long Over Due" (featuring Waka Flocka Flame)

BirdmanRich Gang

Gucci Mane – Trap House III

  • 01. "Trap House 3" (featuring Rick Ross) (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "Darker" (featuring Chief Keef) (produced with TM88)

Ace HoodTrials & Tribulations

  • 10. "Pray For Me" (produced with Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin and TM88)

DJ Scream – The Ratchet Superior EP

2014[edit]

Young Thug and Bloody Jay – Black Portland

  • 10. "Danny Glover"

Cash OutLet's Get It

  • 03. "I'm Sorry" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "She Wanna Ride" (produced with TM88)
  • 06. "Juice" (produced with TM88)
  • 10. "Stunt On Ya Haters" (featuring Waka Flocka Flame) (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 11. "2Day" (produced with TM88)


Future – Honest

P. Reign – Dear America - EP[22]

  • 03. "Chickens" (featuring Waka Flocka Flame)

Gucci Mane – The Return of Mr. Perfect[23]

  • 05. "Regular"

Future – Monster

  • 03. "Monster" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "Fuck Up Some Commas" (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 07. "After That" (featuring Lil Wayne) (produced with TM88)
  • 11. "Fetti" (produced with Metro Boomin and TM88)
  • 12. "Hardly"

2 Chainz – Freebase

  • 06. "Crib In My Closet" (produced with Metro Boomin and TM88)

Young Scooter

  • 00. "Disfunction" (featuring Future, Young Thug and Juicy J) (produced with Metro Boomin)

Zuse – Illegal Immigrant

  • 03. "Me Nuh Play" (featuring T.I.) (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 08. "Loca" (produced with TM88)

D Dash – The GREATest

  • 04. "Dance Like" (produced with Metro Boomin and TM88)

Waka Flocka Flame – I Can't Rap Vol. 1

  • 09. "Pussy" (produced with Ricky Racks)

2015[edit]

2 Chainz – T.R.U. Jack City

  • 07. "Trap House Stalkin" (produced with DJ Spinz)

Jose Guapo – Osama Bin Guapo

  • 11. "Tom Ford"

Gucci Mane – Dinner

  • 01. "Picture Me" (produced with Tarentino)
  • 07. "Playing With Your Children" (produced with TM88)

Young Thug

  • 00. "Red Star"

Travis Scott

  • 00. High Fashion (produced with Metro Boomin, WondaGurl and Eestbound)[24][25]
  • 00. "Nothing But Net" (produced with Boi-1da and TM88)

Future – 56 Nights

  • 01. "Never Gon Lose" (produced with DY)
  • 02. "Purple Coming In"
  • 03. "Diamonds From Africa"
  • 04. "Now"
  • 05. "No Compadre"
  • 06. "Trap Niggas"
  • 07. "56 Nights"

French MontanaCasino Life 2

  • 03. "Moses" (produced with TM88, DJ Spinz, & K-Major)

Zona Man – No Advance

  • 05. "Mama"
  • 07. "Watch Everybody"
  • 10. "Tabs"

FutureDS2

  • 04. "Groupies" (produced with Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "Lil One" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 06. "Stick Talk"
  • 08. "Rotation" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 09. "Slave Master" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 10. "Blow a Bag" (produced with Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital)
  • 12. "Rich Sex" (produced with Metro Boomin and Frank Dukes)
  • 15. "The Percocet & Stripper Joint"
  • 17. "Kno the Meaning"

Juicy J – 100% Juice[26]

  • 09. "Still"
  • 14. "Real"
  • 15. "Touch The Sky" (produced with Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin and Lex Luger)

Young Thug – Slime Season

  • 03. "Rarri" (featuring Young Ralph)

Young Thug – Slime Season 2

  • 01. "Big Racks (Intro)" (featuring Lil Uzi Vert)
  • 06. "All Over" (produced with Metro Boomin and TM88)

Drake and Future – What a Time to be Alive

  • 01. "Digital Dash" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 07. "I'm the Plug"
  • 10. "Jersey" (performed by Future) (produced with Metro Boomin)

Lil Bibby - Free Crack 3

  • 02. "Word Around Town"

G-EazyWhen It's Dark Out

  • 07. "Order More" featuring Starrah (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 10. "You Got Me"
  • 11. "What If" (featuring Gizzle)

JeezyChurch In These Streets

  • 08. "God" (produced with TM88)

Waka Flocka FlameFlockaveli 1.5

  • 01. "Shootin" (produced with TM88)
  • 02. "Short Handed" (featuring Chaz Gotti) (produced with TM88 and MP808)
  • 03. "Blue or Red" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 04. "M.O.N.E.Y"
  • 07. "AM 2 PM" (produced with DJ Spinz)
  • 08. "Birthday"
  • 09. "Feel About Me" (produced with TM88)
  • 11. "Trappin' N Rappin'"
  • 12. "No Lie"
  • 13. "Blood Brother" (featuring Wooh Da Kid)

Young Sizzle – Free Agent 3

  • 05. "Elevate"
  • 06. "Against the World"
  • 10. "Lauren Hill" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 11. "Another Life"
  • 12. "Ain't Shit"

Juicy J – O's To Oscars[27]

  • 02. "Durdy" (produced with Sonny Digital and Metro Boomin)
  • 14. "You and I" (produced with TM88 and MP808)[28]

Gucci Mane – East Atlanta Santa 2

  • 09. "Ran Wit It" (featuring Chaz Gotti)

Rico Richie – Realest Story Ever Told Vol. 2

  • 01. "Menace 2 Society"
  • 02. "50 Pac"
  • 03. "Reload" (featuring Young Dolph)
  • 05. "Poppin Remix" (featuring Chris Brown, French Montana and Meek Mill) (produced with Squat)
  • 07. "Back and Forth"

Kanye West

  • 00. "Facts" (produced with Metro Boomin)

2016[edit]

Landstrip Chip – One of One

  • 08. "Print It, Get It" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Future – Purple Reign

  • 03. "Wicked" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 10. "Perkys Calling" (produced with DZL)
  • 12. "No Charge"

Runway Richy – China Cafeteria

  • 07. "Drive Thru" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Future – Evol

  • 01. "Ain't No Time"
  • 02. "In Her Mouth"
  • 03. "Maybach"
  • 04. "Xanny Family" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 06. "Photo Copied" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 09. "Program"

Kanye West – The Life of Pablo

  • 07. "Highlights" (produced with Kanye West, Mike Dean, Velous, Plain Pat and Noah Goldstein)
  • 18. "Facts" (Charlie Heat Version) (produced with Kanye West, Metro Boomin and Charlie Heat)

French Montana – Wave Gods

  • 05. "Man of My City" (featuring Big Sean and Travis Scott) (produced with Metro Boomin)

2 Chainz – ColleGrove

  • 01. "Dedication" (produced with Mike Dean)

Drake – Views

  • 13. "Grammys" (featuring Future) (produced with 40, Cardo and Yung Exclusive)

Fredo Santana – Fredo Mafia

  • 03. "Persona"
  • 12. "Stay High" (produced with Metro Boomin)

DJ KhaledMajor Key

ScHoolboy QBlank Face LP

  • 09. "Dope Dealer" featuring E-40 (produced with Metro Boomin)

Gucci Mane – Everybody Looking

  • 15. "Multi Millionaire Laflare"

Lil Durk – Lil Durk 2X

  • 12. "Hated On Me" (featuring Future)

21 Savage & Metro Boomin – Savage Mode

  • 02. "No Heart" (produced with Metro Boomin and Cubeatz)
  • 09. "Ocean Drive" (produced with Metro Boomin and G Koop)

Dreezy – No Hard Feelings

Dreezy – From Now On

  • 01. "Juice" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 02. "Money Printer" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 03. "Serena" (featuring Dej Loaf) (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 04. "Nonstop" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "From Now On" (produced with Metro Boomin)

DJ Esco – Project E.T.

  • 04. "100it Racks" (featuring Future, Drake and 2 Chainz)
  • 09. "Party Pack" (featuring Future and Rae Sremmurd)
  • 10. "Married To The Game" (featuring Future)
  • 12. "Thot Hoe" (featuring Future)

DJ Twin – Day 1 EP

Tracy T

  • 00. "Hit The Gas"

Travis Scott

  • 00. "Yeah Yeah" (featuring Young Thug) (produced with TM88 and Wheezy)

21 Savage

  • 00. "Soda" (produced with G Koop)

Lil Bibby – Big Buckz

  • 06. "Never Go Against The Family" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Juicy J – #MUSTBENICE

  • 02. "Ga Damn"
  • 07. "Choppa"
  • 10. "It's Ok"

Gucci Mane – Woptober

  • 05. "Dirty Lil Nigga" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Gucci Mane and Future – Free Bricks 2K16 (Zone 6 Edition)

  • 01. "RR Trucks"
  • 02. "Selling Heroin" (produced with London On Da Track)
  • 03. "Die A Gangsta" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "All Shooters" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Gucci Mane – The Return of East Atlanta Santa

  • 02. "I Can't" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 04. "Both" (featuring Drake) (produced with Metro Boomin)

Yo Gotti – White Friday (CM9)

  • 10. "Off Da Top (3AM)"

Future

  • 00. "That's A Check" (featuring Rick Ross) (produced with DY)

2017[edit]

Future – Future

  • 02. "Good Dope"
  • 03. "Zoom" (produced with Fuse and Illmind)
  • 05. "Super Trapper" (produced with DY)
  • 06. "POA"
  • 09. "Outta Time" (produced with Jake One)
  • 13. "Poppin Tags"
  • 14. "Massage In My Room (produced with DY)
  • 15. "Flip" (produced with DJ Spinz)

Future – Hndrxx

  • 03. "Lookin Exotic" (produced with Jake One and K-Major)

Kodak BlackPainting Pictures

Travis Scott

  • "A Man" (produced Jake One and Max Levin)

Playboi CartiPlayboi Carti

  • 06. "Half & Half" (produced with K-Major and Murphy Kid)
  • 14. "Kelly K" (produced with Jake One)

Juicy J – Gas Face[29]

  • 04. "No Look"
  • 05. "I Ain't Havin It" (featuring Yung Nudy)

Gucci Mane – Droptopwop

  • 01. "5 Million Intro" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 05. "Met Gala" (featuring Offset) (produced with Metro Boomin)

DJ KhaledGrateful

  • 19. "Iced Out My Arm" (featuring Future, Migos, 21 Savage and T.I) (produced with Metro Boomin)

Kodak Black

  • 00. "Just A Wrap" (produced with Jake One)[30][31]

21 Savage – Issa Album

  • 04. "Bad Business" (produced with Jake One and Sam Wish)
  • 10. "Dead People" (produced with Jake One)
  • 14. "7 Min Freestyle" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Nav and Metro Boomin – Perfect Timing

  • 01. "Perfect Timing" (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 03. "Hit" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Young Sizzle – 808 Day

  • 04. "Erry Thang Fye" (performed by Baby Sizzle)[32]

ASAP MobCozy Tapes Vol. 2: Too Cozy

  • 11. "Frat Rules" (featuring ASAP Rocky, Playboi Carti and Big Sean) (produced with Hit-Boy)

G HerboHumble Beast

  • 05. Everything (featuring Lil Uzi Vert)

A Boogie wit da HoodieThe Bigger Artist

  • 08. "Get to You" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Gucci Mane – Mr. Davis

  • 03. "I Get the Bag" (featuring Migos) (produced with Metro Boomin)
  • 11. "Lil Story" (featuring Schoolboy Q) (produced with DY)
  • 13. "Make Love" (featuring Nicki Minaj)
  • 14. "Money Piling" (produced with TM88)

Future and Young Thug – Super Slimey

  • 01. "No Cap" (produced Max Lord)
  • 02. "Three " (produced DY)
  • 06. "Patek Water" (produced DY and Rex Kudo)

Ty Dolla SignBeach House 3

  • 09. "Don't Sleep On Me" (produced with Jake One, Sam Wish, Mike Dean and Apex Martin)

Yo Gotti – I Still Am

  • 01. "Betrayal" (produced with London on Da Track)

21 Savage, Offset and Metro BoominWithout Warning

  • 08. "Run Up The Racks (produced with Metro Boomin)

Smokepurpp

  • 00. "Nobody" (featuring Lil Peep) (produced with Metro Boomin and Sonny Digital)[33]

Big Sean and Metro Boomin – Double or Nothing

  • 04. "Pull Up N Wreck" (produced with Metro Boomin)

Quality Control – Quality Control: Control the Streets Volume 1

  • 04. "Boat Skirt" (featuring Lil Yachty) (produced with Baby Sizzle)
  • 08. "Menace" (featuring Lil Yachty, Quavo and Offset)
  • 26. "Too Hotty" (featuring Migos)

Gucci Mane - El Gato: The Human Glacier

  • 01. "Rich Ass Junkie"
  • 02. "Peepin Out the Blinds"
  • 03. "Dickriders"
  • 04. "Mall"
  • 05. "Side EFX" (produced with Jake One)
  • 06. "TYT" (produced with Jake One)
  • 07. "Sea Sick"
  • 08. "Smiling in the Drought"
  • 09. "El Gato's Revenge"
  • 10. "Strep Throat"
  • 11. "Southside and Guwop" (produced with Jake One)

Travis Scott & Quavo - Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho

  • 02. "Black and Chinese"
  • 04. "Motorcycle Patches" (produced with TM88, Supah Mario, Frank Dukes and Travis Scott)

2018[edit]

Lil Uzi Vert

  • "Mood" (produced with TM88 and Supah Mario)

Young Sizzle - Trap Ye: Season 2

  • 01. "Trap Ye Season 2"
  • 02. "Actions" (featuring G Herbo)
  • 18. "Envious"

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