“Feel Me” By Randy-Jay Will Have You Feeling Yourself!
From Miami, Florida, Randy-Jay is a hot new R&B and rap producer who’s been in the business for a couple years. Randy-Jay works at LegitWitIt Studios which is based in her hometown, Miami. Randy-jay is creative and laid-back, and his music reflects his personality. Randy-Jay's approach is open and flexible, which he believes is the key to creating great music. Music means everything to him. When Randy-Jay produces, he is completely consumed by the music that he’s working on and enjoys every second. “To Me, Music is like a vacation. I use it put myself in a mindset of not having any worries and just let my creativity control the vibe that I'm on”. Randy-Jay has an eye for new, talented artists, and knows how to make them perform at their best. With a combination of his experience, skill, expertise, and passion, he sets out to create the best possible music for his fans to enjoy.
“Feel Me” is Randy-Jays newest release. The track is dope and filled with confidence. “They ain’t ever met a swag like this, big purse cus’ I carry up bank like this”. The lyrics are something Nicki Minaj would rap, leaving the listener feel bougie and untouchable. “I know I’m extra, not an ordinary chick, everything G, can’t play me I ain’t no toy, my attitude will break the feelings of a broke boy”. The rapper spits with a sick and catchy flow with cleaver lyrics. I love the untouchable vibe of the song, big shout out to Randy-Jay for the excellent execution on producing this fire track! Cheers to many more Randy-Jay!
Listen to "Feel Me" here and get to know more about Randy-Jay below!
How did you discover your passion in creating music?
I always had a passion for music period ever since I was in elementary school. Especially rap. I'm from Miami (Carol City to be Exact) so I was always listening to Trick Daddy and Rick Ross growing up. Ross came out later during my high school years but he really set the new standard for how a Miami Artist should sound. My older brothers always listened to rap music from other places though. Meaning i knew about rappers like Jay-Z, 2Pac, Biggie, Busta Rhymes, and Snoop just to name a few. Especially Outkast for sure. Aqemini is the first album is remembered listen to when i was around 6 or 7. That's because it had a naked lady painted on the CD lol. Their my favorite group in all genres of music, period. I started making beats about 2 1/2 years ago. It started out as a hobby but it was easy for me to catch on to it because of my background in Information Technology and most music being made is Technology based. It helps having a good ear too. I got into it more when my friends from high school, Stevie and Rennard, opened their Studio, Legit Wit It Studios, in Miami Gardens. They let me come through and work on my music. Stevie and my other homie, Heem, are engineers and producers so they helped me when it came to developing my skills when it comes to Music Production. I'm still at that studio till this day.
What makes you and your music different from other producers and their work?
I don't think it's up to the producers or even creators to discuss what makes their music different. I think that's solely up to the consumers and fans of your music. Besides, it's really hard for me to describe what makes my music different because when i only worry about what I'm making when its comes to music. Thinking about other people's music while creating turn their music in references for me, and I don't want to do that. Creating Music is the same as Creating Art to me. I want to create art from scratch. I need to work on a blank canvas.
What inspired you to create/produce “Feel Me”?
I wanted to make something that had a kind of sexy, crossover club feel. I wanted something that has a good summer vibe to it. I knew it needed a female feel to it as well. That's why I had Lene', a new female artist i was working with at the time, do the vocals for the track. I also had a writer named C-Rite put the verses together. I made the beat probably a couple months before we recorded the song. I was basically sitting on it . Like Kanye said, you gotta keep the best beats for yourself. Lol.
Is there something specific that you want your listeners to get from the track “Feel Me”?
I want them to enjoy the song. That's the most important part for me. I want them to get a good vibe whenever they hear it. Anything else that comes with it is a bonus for me and whoever listens to the track.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years from now?
I see myself being successful. I can't tell you how its going to happen. Can't foresee what's going to happen. I just have the feeling that it'll all work out fine. God's Plan you know.
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