Creative entrepreneur Taz Taylor, whose brainchild ‘Internet Money’ became a Producers hub that incubated Hip-Hop and Pop’s fast rising stars of Gen-Z, sits In The Trap to share a heap of knowledge and kick real game.
From the inception of the infrastructure of Internet Money Records, to trade-offs with Artists, making executive decisions amongst egos, battling the “old heads” in the industry, approaching mental health with his peers and squeezing every bit of his energy on new and promising talent.
“I give people the songs that I want them to have and they learn to love them”
On the recent album B4 The Storm, Taz Taylor gives details on charting hit ‘Lemonade’ as well as other personal favourites ‘Blast Off’ with Juice WRLD and ‘Thrusting’ with Swae Lee and Future, which was originally made for WizKid. The Kid LAROI, who appears on ‘Speak’, was named as a breeze to work with. In tapping into the UK music scene, Taylor reveals he’s locking in Aitch for the next album.
On a final note, the Internet Money head honcho expresses his feelings about Producer marketplaces that seem to have “culture vultured” the Producer community; also pitting his successful formula as the reason for an oversaturated online market of “type beats”. On this sentiment, Taz Taylor emphasises the fair “equal splits” business executed with all his collaborators.