I have been in music production for well over 12 years. And do not have a particular genre of music I create. I am widely ranged in all genres of music(Cinematic, orchestrated, rock, jazz, hip-hop, ambient, supense/thriller, R&B/Soul, contemporary classical, etc.). Favorites being, music that evokes emotion and mood. Majority of the music you will hear from my song listings will be for film/tv. Please leave a comment to let me know what you thought of my works. Thank you
This incredible, limitless producer, engineer and artist Luxuree T. has all the makings of what it takes to be a musical genius. From the late 90's, his versatility with production ranges from classical sounds to R&B, hip hop, reggae, jazz and rock. Working with numerous upcoming artist, and defining his stamp and signature sound in music.
Born in Los Angeles, California, Luxuree T had a long 12yr journey in music going from group to group, and dealing with the dramatics of it all. Luxuree T. finally established himself as a solo artist. He finally realized if he is going to make it, then he's going to have to take it into his own hands. So he confined himself to a room for several months constantly working on music from 12 to 14 hrs a day. With the little equipment he had, the little knowledge he knew in engineering he struggled to put his album together as well as producing for other artist. His passion, determination, and perfectionism made him strive to learn and reach his true potential.
Luxuree T's known for his melodic & intricate progressive sound which creates a mood for every type of emotion. From the dirty south grime, the west coast heat, to the tear jerking melodies that keeps you on constant rollercoaster of emotion.
From having a keyboard and a boom box with a crate as a chair in a garage, to owning his own recording studio.
"One of the many things I've learned about music is it's far from wine it doesn't get better with time. It gets better with practice, passion, hunger, and determination, and did I mention practice. The day you feel you HAVE to go to the studio or you GOT to go to rehearsal is the day you should quit. Music is a privilege and should always be thought of as I GET TO GO." Luxuree T.