New York, NY (PRWEB) April 17, 2006
The New York based music production team known as “The Narcotics” have created an overwhelming addiction to their music. Responsible for producing the street anthem released on the new LL Cool J album entitled "Todd Smith"(which just dropped last week), these three gentlemen are on a natural high. The Narcotics have created a string of hits beginning with Jay Z’s artist Teairra Mari, producing the smash remix to her hit single “Make Her Feel Good” Featuring Kanye West and most recently the street anthem “What You Want” by LL Cool J featuring rapper Freeway. It is clear that everyone WANTS The Narcotics.
What makes their music so addictive? “It’s the groove....Within those grooves, we try to evoke a different emotion every time the listener presses play,” says Dre Knight, one third of The Narcotics. Referred to as the “New NY Super Producers” by Toronto’s 93.5 Da Kid, the consumer’s and listeners agree that the new single “Don’t Wanna Let U Go” by fresh sensation Jenna G is a smash receiving near 300 spins in less than two weeks. While the rumor is surfacing that singer Mya wants a Narcotics produced song on her new album with Universal Records, its definite that you will be hearing their enchanting beats on the albums of new artists Keisha Chante (Sony) and Sizzla (Dame Dash Music Group). Currently in the studio with singer Carl Thomas and rappers OSolo (TVT), Stimuli (Virgin) and Kingpin Slim, it’s apparent that sooner or later everyone needs a hit.
About The Narcotics
The Narcotics are a group of three music producers comprised of Dre Knight, KeytoLife and Double O Seven. Based out of Brooklyn, New York, these producers are known for their catchy hooks and beats and for their edgy street sound. From R&B, hip hop and rap to reggae, if you are in need of a “hit” the Narcotics is your team. With street credibility, mainstream airplay and community admiration, the Narcotics consider their music addictive, with the proof being in the movement of the listeners who become captivated and satisfied.
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