Up-and-coming 20 year old music producer, Trill Bans, is applying pressure in the industry being credited for producing songs for some of the hottest names in hip hop such as Lil Durk, Babyface Ray, and Florida native, Hotboii. Trill’s success has been built through many years of hard work and crafting his refreshing sound that he is now known for on his production and it all started in his hometown.
Born and raised in San Diego, Trill Bans began his music career as a bedroom producer at the age of 16, starting off on his mother’s computer and experimenting with different sounds within FL Studio. He then was behind the music production for the upcoming Florida artist at the time, Hotboii, in which the two would create tracks that would soon further the artist career such as
“They Don’t Know” as well as “Rockout” which include the west coast producer’s thunderous 808s and unique melodies that match the flow and lyrics. Trill’s passion for music production led him to dropping out of community college after his freshman year, which helped him fully devote himself to his career and led him to more time on his hands to further perfect his craft in which he did by flying out to Miami to work with Hotboii in person.
The year of 2022 was life changing for the young producer, producing on many major albums which include the RIAA Platinum certified album, 7220, in which Trill co-produced alongside Touch of Trent the
track “Computer Murderers’ for the Chicago Superstar, Lil Durk. The single was added to the album and peaked at number 61 on the Billboard Hot 100 which makes it Trill’s first Billboard entry and soon garnished buzz around his name in the music industry, in which he signed a deal to the independent music group based in LA, Create Music Group.
What sets Trill Bans apart from other producers is his undeniable work ethic in crafting his beats as well as building his following on his social media, in which he has amassed a following on Tik Tok providing music content on top of staying up to date with his following on Instagram by providing comedic music content within the producer community.
With his unique approach to creating beats, Trill Bans is definitely a producer to watch out for in the coming year.
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