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D'ron Forbes (born May 16, 1985), better known by the name Focus The Producer, is a professional multi-genre music producer, music manager, music promoter, publicist and hip hop recording artist. He is more notable for being the founder and creator of Dirty Scope Productions. and dirtyscopebeatz.com
a music production website founded in 2010 that is currently still in operation today, and is now calculated to receive over 1.5 million visitors per year.
With a Dj for a brother and a former rapper/dj as an uncle Focus The Producer had music in his bloodline from birth.Focus The Producer first came to be known as a music producer through beat battles put together by grammy award winning Producer Rockwilder. Focus The Producer ranked in the top 50 battle winning producers of all time and the top 40 selling producers of all time. Focus the
Producer has produced for many artists including The Set Boys (UGK Records), Young Buck, Bino (Mo Thugs), Ike Ellis, Ceda Cash, Jah Diggs and many other artists worldwide.
- Beat Sample #1: https://soundcloud.com/dirtyscopebeatz/im-rollin-dirtyscopebeatzcom
- Beat Sample #2: https://soundcloud.com/dirtyscopebeatz/ill-be-free-dirtyscopebeatzcom
A Heartfelt Quote
“I'm proud to say that I put God first, my family second and my career
as a music producer comes a strong third.”
Focus The Producer is also an established music promoter, publicist and talent manager. He is the owner, founder and marketing manager of Major Music Promotions. Major Music Promotions is a Top 40 Music Promotion and Marketing Company. Represented clients such as E-reign, Ike Ellis, Black Diamond, Maine, Oriel Barry, AK The Rapper and many more. Providing radio promotion, music sales and publicity.
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