Aye, thank you for checking out my bio. I'm Jordan Stream (29), and I'm an American Record Producer / Mixing Engineer / Videographer and Talent Agent. After graduating from College in 2016 for Graphic Design, I started my own music company, called Beastin Bangers Studios, LLC. My specialty is producing industry-standard beats, and strictly keeping every track designed for mainstream artists. My catalog consists of:
Anthem / Trap / Club Banger / Futuristic / Hip-Hop / New School / R&B / Smooth / Pop / Soundtrack and Game type beats. I'm originally from a small city called Lake Charles in Louisiana, but I moved to Atlanta in 2018, and now live in Marietta, GA.
My career began as a musician at the age of 11. My grandmother, "Madea" taught me how to play the piano. I really didn't care for it like that, but I did love playing the drums in church, and converted my skills into becoming a beat maker; I taught myself how to produce in FL Studio 8 in 2005. I served as a musician in the Methodist church for 15 years, but didn't get paid until our church had a lady pastor, and I received a "love token" of $150.00 USD every now and then. Eventually I studied hit record instrumentals on the radio, and evolved into a record producer by the age of 17-19. While in high school, I took serious interest into recording my own music as a recording artist, and began investing in myself. I learned what was required of one to become a true artist, and got discovered on Myspace by an indie label. I signed an artist developmental deal, and they built me as one of their artists. I didn't like how I was a backburner artist, but when I was their focus, I was making noise and sum. I gained success unimaginable to other local rappers, and that's what made my entire city envied me. People knew my grandmother for music, and they knew me for dancing, singing, and rapping. They belittled me and called me Steve Urkel...along w/ other degrading things over the years of my childhood. I featured on songs w/ some of New Orleans' best bounce artists at that time, and gained a name for myself (10% positive / 90% negative). My town made so many rumors about me just so I could fail, because I wasn't hood or street; because I knew I was beyond talented. I remember one time I said I was gonna sell a beat for $1000 on Facebook, and damn near my whole city (as far as the rappers are concerned) slandered my name. After enrolling and graduating from college, I received my Associate's Degree of Applied Science, and decided my life goals were to become a Super Producer in the music industry, and to become a full time entrepreneur. So, I launched my own company, Beastin Bangers Studios, LLC. I barely got business, and "nigguhs" weren't gonna support me, because they hated me for being in the newspaper every year, and getting my songs played at every event and club in town. I was only making a few hundreds every blue moon by recording, and mixing clients songs to the best of my ability. In 2018, my reputation took another fatality when I was an assistant manager at Burger King. A customer tried to flip the script on me when I told him to turn his music down in the drive-thru, and blasted on me for Facebook. Little did I know, 11,893 people had saw the video in my area. Black people were coming to my job, calling me fag, and tried everything in their power to get me terminated. The district managers had a meeting, and determined I did absolutely nothing in the video that broke the policy, so, they couldn't fire me. Weeks later, someone purchased food multiple times with counterfeit hundred dollar bills, and I was shortly terminated afterwards. I couldn't get a manager job anywhere, and my reputation was ruined over several years. I begged my mama to move to ATL, so, I could take care of us with my business. We moved close to downtown Atlanta in Fulton County, and lived there for 5 months. Around January 2019, we ended up going homeless, because of how expensive everything was. In the process of searching for help, we visited a church called, Turner Chapel in Marietta, GA. We told a few people about our situation, and they helped us stay in the hotel we live in now for 1 week. My mama was still stressing about us being back on the streets. So, I sold all my business equipment to Guitar Center and the pawn shop. I only got about $535 in total maybe. If I were to give an estimate of how much everything I invested in costed for my business, it'd round off to about $6000 USD or more. I'm talking MAC Book Pro, RODE NT-1, Shure SM57, Aston Origin, RODE VideoMicro, RODE VideoMic Pro +, Yamaha h5s bundle and more... With the money I go, we were able to stay in the 1-bed 1-bath for, another 2 weeks. That was long enough for me to get a temporary management job, and by that time I had gotten my mama hired there as well. Fast forward today, we're still struggling trying to keep up with staying there, while hoping for a way to get back to our old lives when we actually had a home in Louisiana. I feel my only way is by selling my tracks, and I have what you need. Industry-Standard Instrumentals. My business will enhance or build your brand. Beastin Bangers Studios, LLC "Your Talent & Music Career One-Stop Shop"
Soulja Boy, Roscoe Dash, T-Pain, Kanye West, Travis Scott, Rae Sremmurd, Chris Brown, Future, Young Thug, T.I, Sony Digital, Buddah Bless This Beat, The Bizness, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and more...
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