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Yung Cutta is an urban music power producer from Austin Texas. His skill set not only includes production, but engineering, song writing, rapping, promotion, graphic design, studio facilitation , sound programming, DJing, mixing, remixing and sampling. With long standing experience in the field of music, Yung Cutta is better characterized as an Entertainer above all other titles.
To date, this beat master's production roster includes tracks with Casino, Gerald G, Lil' A, Staci Russell, Hood Life Ent, Tje Austin, Katalyst, Mentally Twisted Records, Philliez Beats, Y2JJ, Mash Entertainment, Yung Dru, Phorrkast, AL.G, T-Bro, Yung O, Cahmodity, Moselle Smith, Myzary, Hot 93.3 FM. In 2002, Cutta, under the name "Hypnotyk" began production with the amazing power vocalist by the name of Staci Russell. Working together at a young age they released two tracks under Ms. Russell's former name of Chyna Dee. The tracks were titled "Quit Playin" and "Touch Your Body," in which the latter was comprised of a song by a popular Algerian singer Warda, singing "Bitwannes Beek." Working with Staci Russell has provided opportunity for both of the artists to create and expand alliances in Austin for the development of a richer music scene. In 2007, Yung Cutta's beats were played for several months as backdrop music for Audtin radio station Hot 93.3 FM. Fellow Austin artist's Katalyst and Tje Austin were able to perform Cutta produced tracks many times both with tracks together and separate.
Late 2007, Yung Cutta began production on his debut album "C.R.E.A.M" which released in march of 2008 on the streets, in local shops, and online through outlets such as iTunes. It featured tracks such as "Regulators of the ATX," featuring a sample of Warren G's "Regulate" and also features the songs "Hey You" and "Take Yo Shirt Off." Cash Rules Everything Around Me was executively produced entirely by Cutta himself from the audio production to the design of the product. With this project it has been demonstrated his drive for leadership and determination to construct a project from start to finish.
The year of 2008 didn't end with the release of "C.R.E.A.M." The ambitious Cutta took place in the 2008 SXSW (South by South West) interactive film and music festival, which allowed the marketing of his current album to prove him to be a person of interest in Austin Texas with many CD sales and a strong demand for production. The phenomenal sounds of Cutta's beats kept banging throughout the year when he landed production on the album "2000HATE" by Casino, and the DJ Curren$y (Dollaz-N-Since) mixtape "Boss Of The Streets." Cutta provided his flavor on the track "Up & Down (Wonder Woman Lasso)" by Cahmodity for his album "Up Top 2 Down Bottom." The track "Pack My Bags," A breakthrough single performed by Staci Russell, was featured on the mixtape "ATX All Stars: Vol 1." and was also played on several stations locally. In the late summer he also had the opportunity to produce and feature on a remix of Mariah Carey's smash hit "I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time," which was submitted to Mariah's label through a competition, however the track was not chosen as the competition's winner.
It is evident that Cutta is determined to succeed in his passion of music. His long term business goals include endeavors that not only encompass entertainment, but in addition include communication, broadcast, fashion, civil engineering, humanitarian services. Ushering in a new era of urban music,Yung Cutta will be a staple in the hip-hop community.