“San Francisco-based hip-hop producer Decap debuts a virtuosic video for his new single “Feeling” this week. With Steadicam rolling, the veteran hip-hop producer performs the entirety of the track on Push in one take, using no quantization – all the sequencing, looping and soloing done without any sort of safety net.” -Ableton
“Way back in 2014, Bay Area beat buster Decap showed off his uncanny ability for splicing and dicing arrangements and fitting them to snares so tight, kicks so deep, claps so crackling, that they immediately recall the MPC magic of J Dilla and/or any one of the brightest beat scene pillars. Today we have the pleasure of bringing the world its very first taste of Decap’s forthcoming The Chills project in the OKP premiere of “Feeling”; a cosmic concoction of silky, submerged synthesizers, the swirl and linger over a hotbed of big, bold drums, all of which is accented by phased-for-days vocals from Devaun Bantu and added touches from Chris Keys on what else, but the keys. The Chills is due at some point in music’s great watershed year (2015) and will be followed by a tour in 2016 so you can experience all of the hempy sonic goodness live and direct. Catch a “Feeling” from Decap’s new slow-burning instrumental below and stay tuned for all of the atmospheric vibes in the weeks and months ahead. And if that’s not enough, we implore you to jump back and peep his blistering and lush Brady Watt collaboration “DRT” to get familiar with one of San Fran’s finest.” – Zo, Okayplayer
Produced by Decap
“Our next Elite Session is with the renowned hip hop producer Decap, who has worked with Snoop Dogg, Talib Kweli and Smoke DZA.
Come hear him discuss how you can use Ableton to find your own unique artistic voice and creative workflow. Learn tips and techniques ranging from initial song ideas through mixing down your final track.
For the final hour of the event, Decap will analyze a track he produced for Snoop Dogg from start to finish.
Located at Pyramind Training – 832 Folsom (between 4th and 5th Street), San Francisco”
“Minds of the Future”
Produced by Decap, Brady Watt
Decap Working with Ski Beatz on Ableton Push
Produced By Decap