Have you ever wondered what is God’s purpose in music?
In this episode, I am in conversation with Grammy-nominated super producer Kid Class. Armed with an unmatched work ethic, an exceptional natural ability for music production and melody, Kid Class has worked endlessly to bring his dreams and purpose to fruition.
Tune in to hear his journey in purpose and onto the Billboard charts.
“Making A Dream A Reality” is the mantra of Grammy-nominated super producer and engineer, Anthony “Kid Class” Wyley.
Class’s talents have led him to work with many prominent Hip Hop and R&B artists in recent years. He received his first album placement in 2013, gaining a credit on Compton rapper YG’s debut album “My Krazy Life”, for his contributions to the single, “Left, Right” which features DJ Mustard.
Later, in 2018, he saw repeated billboard success that included hits from gospel starlet Koryn Hawthorne’s “Won’t He Do It”; which spent 40+ weeks at #1 on Billboard Gospel), R&B maven Raheem Devaughn (“Don’t Come Easy”; #6 on Billboard R&B), & contributions to Ace Hood’s most recent offering, “Trust The Process 2: Undefeated” (on Billboard Rap).
In 2019, he was nominated for his first Grammy Award with other musical collaborators that include T.I, Big Krit, Keyshia Cole, Kevin Gates, Lil Durk, Rich The Kid, and many more.
Won't He Do It
In this episode we covered…
- When Kid Classic first became interested in music
- Why he chose to be a producer over rapping and singing
- The difference between engineering and producing
- Class’ experience producing a #1 Billboard record “Won’t He Do It” by Koryn Hawthorne
- The purpose of music
- How his purpose is connected to the music he produces
- A moment when he saw one of his records touch someone in a positive way
If you enjoyed this episode, then you may also enjoy the episode of the show about the fear of success and how it hinders purpose or this episode detailing what to expect when operating in your purpose.
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