Thursday, September 11, 2014

Black Metaphor Remakes Jeezy's "Perfection" & "Beautiful" For HHS1987 (Video)



With Jeezy's new album "Seen It All" in stores now, HHS1987's Eldorado & Brian Da Director caught up with producer Black Metaphor to recreate two of his three tracks from the project. Black Metaphor has been responsible for several hits you currently have on your iPod but we wanted to focus on the two major records he has on Jeezy's "Seen It All". Black Metaphor gives us a exclusive look at how he created both "Perfection" and "Beautiful" featuring Game and Rick Ross and some insight on who the beats were originally created for. Make sure you pick up Jeezy's "Seen It All" album and watch Black Metaphor remake "Perfection" and "Beautiful" above.

The interview was conducted by HHS1987's Eldorado. The video was shot by HHS1987's Brian Da Director.

Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Jeezy - Seen It All: The Autobiography


Jeezy - Seen It All in stores and on iTunes now! Get your copy here.
Tracks 11. "Win Is A Win", 12. "Beautiful", and 15. "Perfection" are all produced by Black Metaphor.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

HHS1987 Presents Behind the Beats with Black Metaphor



In this edition of HHS1987's segment Behind the Beats, we caught up with Atlanta native, producer Black Metaphor.

Black Methphor who is responsible for hits such as Jeezy's "Get Right", Rick Ross' "Rich is Gangsta". Lil Bibby's "Water", Game's "Ali Bomaye" and more spoke on his love for the art of production, his musical background, learning from and interning with the J.U.S.T.I.C.E league and more...

Monday, March 3, 2014

Rick Ross - Mastermind



Track #2 "Rich Is Gangsta" produced by Black Metaphor....
Go get your copy on iTunes today Mastermind

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

The Source Magazine: Producer Black Metaphor Talks Game's "Ali Bomaye" & More

Earlier today, The Game released the official video to “Ali Bomaye,” one of the popular cuts off his controversial album, Jesus Piece.

The man responsible for crafting that standout track and the album’s intro “Scared Now” is Atlanta native Black Metaphor.
TheSource.com was able to catch up with him to discuss his come up, his experience working with Young Jeezy and his reaction to his placements on The Game’s album.

Read the full article here...