The Legendary Traxster
The Legendary Traxster is a Multi-Platinum & Grammy Nominated American Songwriter, Producer, and Rapper. He produced the Certified Platinum song, "My Chick Bad" by Ludacris featuring Nicki Minaj on the album "Battle Of The Sexes." Traxster's production on "My Chick Bad" helped land Ludacris a #1 album on the Billboard 200. Among his many accolades, Traxster earned a Grammy Nomination for his work with Mariah Carey, co-writing and producing the track, "One and Only" on her 2005 released album, "The Emancipation Of Mimi" which sold nearly 10 million records worldwide.
A native of Chicago, he is best known as the producer for the platinum-selling rapper Twista and the famed rap group Do or Die, for whom he produced several albums including the platinum-selling Picture This. Picture This is notable for introducing Twista to the mainstream, particularly on the album's blazing centerpiece "Po Pimp." Traxster also produced Twista's Platinum selling "Adrenaline Rush" in its entirety. Traxster created the Midwest/Chicago sound: slow, dark, bass-heavy grooves, with wild drums and running hi-hats, to match the triple time rhyme patterns of the rappers.
More than two decades later, The Legendary Traxster's sound continues to resonate throughout Hip-Hop and R&B.