Respect The Producer.. Because Andre Palace Strikes Again

it's a habibiz ting, ya?

 2017 was a real breakout year for the Andre Palace Productions brand, and his mainstream appearances are only getting started.

One thing about Virginia that goes without saying, is that the native lands breeds incredible generations of artistry. The beautiful thing about that is that being that VA is such a melting pot of talent, there is no set norm, and so the quality of music being pumped out of the area is ever-changing.

Norfolk State University has the pleasure of crediting themselves as one of the most superior University’s in VA when it comes to producing that aforementioned talent the state is so well-known for. NSU grad & rising soundsmith, Andre Palace has silently been breaking pavement since about 2014 with his production credits, ranging his signatures from intricate drums & 808s, to deeply rooted R&B synths and piano strokes.

Last year, he & frequent collab, Vonsensei connected with The Traptastic to bring there sound to a more mainstream platform, and from there, they’ve established there presence. Palace recent dropped off a remix-production project titled CLOUDSTAPE2, featuring a handful of custom production to some of your favorite tracks pulled from last year’s catalogue. Today, he releases 2 new edits to Trippie Redd x Swae Lee’s “TR666” and H.E.R.’s “My Song”.

Both tracks host a very bright & island feel to the production, reminiscent to Drake’s entire 2017 catalogue. It’s a island ting.

Tune in below for 2 new Andre Palace Production pieces, and keep it locked, as the first half of 2018 is looking like it’s aiming to get you out of your seat.



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