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Who's Werking?


July 2010

For Immediate Release


Toya Elise Brown


PatchWerk's July 2010 Session Report

Who's Werking in Studio 9000?

Travis Barker's upcoming debut solo album will be titled "Give The Drummer Some". Barker has confirmed several guests set to be on joint including RZA, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Raekwon, Game, B.o.B, Slash, Swizz Beatz, Beanie Sigel, Chester Bennington, and Corey Taylor of heavy metal group Slipknot. Rapper Rick Ross also announced that he would be collaborating with Barker on the single "Can A Drummer Get Some". As of July 31, 2010, Barker had confirmed several other track titles off "Give the Drummer Some", two of which are "Saturday Night" & "Jumpdown ". "Saturday Night" was mixed at PatchWerk studios this past July by guest engineer Neal Pogue, assisted by PatchWerk engineer Dee Brown.

Young Jeezy is currently working on his latest LP "Thug Motivation 103". The project is the fourth studio album by rapper Young Jeezy. It has no confirmed collaborations yet. Production will include tracks by Shawty Redd, JR Rotem, Scott Storch, Just Blaze, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Beewirks, Kanye West, Sakwe and The Inkredibles. This past July, Jeezy was in PatchWerk Studios having songs mixed by Leslie Brathwaite assisted by Muzzy Solis.

PatchWerk Studios is definitely Gucci Mane's studio of choice as he is there almost daily putting in work. This past June he was in the 995 studio having several songs recorded by PatchWerk Engineer Kori Anders. Gucci has a new official mixtape out, entitled "Mr. Zone 6" out with some of his new 2010 singles featured on the project. Gucci Mane's latest album "The State vs Radric Davis" on Warner Bros. Records is currently in stores.

Other Sessions in 9000 included those for Tha Bizness (D. Brown), Marky (L. Brathwaite), Sean Garrett (L. Brathwaite), Bertell (N. Solis), Yelawolf (L. Brathwaite), and Trai D (L. Brathwaite)


Who's Werking in Studio 995?

Rocko Da Don's 2nd studio album entitled "One of One" is set to be released sometime in 2010. Rocko was in PatchWerk Studios this past July having work done alongside PatchWerk engineer Brian Pedersen.

Number one on the charts, overpowering magazine covers, and sold out mix tapes, SEEDA has become the number one Indie hip-hop artist in Japan. Since his debut, SEEDA has released seven albums and 12 mix tapes in Japan. His latest album self-titled "SEEDA" was listed as one of the top 20 in Japan on the Oricon Charts and his new single is "Hell's Kitchen!" In addition to working with PatchWerk's Marketing Manager, Kervins Chauvet, over a period of months on records for his latest projects, Seeda had several songs mixed by PatchWerk engineer Mike Wilson this past July.

Prior to their commercial debut in 2009, Young Money frequently appeared on rapper Lil' Wayne's mixtapes. Since then Young Money has grown into a hip hop supergroup. This past July, one of its nineteen members, Lil Twist had sessions engineered by by PatchWerk engineer Tripp Tiller. His debut album '"Don't Get It Twisted" is set for a late summer 2010 release, and his debut single, "Love Affair" is set to be released soon.

Other sessions in 995 included those for Raybone (M. Wilson), Gucci Mane (K. Anders), Trey D (C. Hammond), Tha Bizness (D. Brown), YG (D. Brown), Maintain (B. Friesen), Mr Bigg Time (M. Wilson), Mercedes (D. Brown), Sid Rock (D. Brown), Rob Bery (M. Wilson), Steve Moore (B. Pedersen), Rockie B (D. Brown), Mercedes D'Amato (D. brown), Cash Out (K. Anders), Hit Boi (M. Wilson), Dex Alexander (M. Wilson), Grand (M. Wilson), Shaheen (Brian Friesen), Young Sneed (M. Wilson), and Deitrick (L. Banks)


Who's Werking in Studio 1019?

Sunshine Anderson gained success in 2001 after her hit singles "Heard it All Before" and "Lunch and Dinner" hit airwaves. After the birth of her child and marriage in 2007 Sunshine Anderson decided to take a break from the music career. Recently she is back in the studio recording some new songs such as " A Warning for the Heart". All Sunshine sessions were engineered by guest engineer Khalifani

Newcomer, YelaWolf has signed a deal with Interscope Records after interest in the Alabama rapper surged at the SXSW music festival in Austin, Tex. YelaWolf says there is no timetable for when he will release his major label debut album on Interscope through his current independent label, Ghet-O-Vision Entertainment. Yelawolf was recently in PatchWerk studios having songs tracked by PatchWerk engineer Muzzy Solis.

Other sessions in 1019 included those for Baby Jah (B. Friesen), Charlie (C. Hammond), Jodi (D. Brown), Maintain (D. Brown), Yani Simone (M. Wilson), Joseph Foster(D. Brown), Pol B (T. Tiller), Digital Soul (B. Friesen), J Bean (L. Banks), Anon (B. Friesen), Delondea (L. Banks)


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PatchWerk Recording Studios (www.patchwerk.com) is a world-class recording facility that has catered to the national entertainment industry since opening in 1995. The company, which is centrally located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, has earned a reputation for its excellent sound quality and superb customer service. PatchWerk features Georgia's only SSL 48-channel Duality Console as well as Georgia's only SSL 9000 J Series Console. The larger of the two studio rooms, Studio 9000, features design by industry leader Russ Berger (RBDG). PatchWerk has continuously serviced the top record labels from around the world and has accomodated an endless array of world-renowned talent, including TLC, Beyonce Knowles, Outkast, Usher, Ludacris, the Neptunes, Rodney Darkchild Jerkins and Bow Wow.

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