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Beats & Heels: Life of a Female Producer

    

With in-depth knowledge of the life of aspiring producers, I happen to know that any man who aspires to produce records fulltime is slightly batshit - a functioning lunatic - a necessary quality to dedicate yourself to such a task and lifestyle. That's because, becoming a producer means a life of hardship, challenges, failures and defeat, until one day, if you work very hard and you're a little lucky, the clouds part and the luminescent rays of opportunity graciously shine upon you. But, to be a woman aspiring to be a fulltime producer, you're not slightly batshit, you are fully deranged - padded rooms, jackets that help you hug yourself, and detailed conversations with your invisible friend Selma.

Over the last decade, the craft of production has exploded upon populace like a creative virus while plummeting technological costs have allowed many to enthusiastically embrace their infections, and year by year, more of this population is female. Yes, if you peer closely, looking just beyond the hoards of beards and mustaches, listening intently to sift through cacophony of baritone voices, as you squint intensely, you'll notice a few smooth, beautiful faces, and that hairy chests are replaced by Victoria Secret push-up bras.

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Beats & Heels: Life of a Female Producer

    

With in-depth knowledge of the life of aspiring producers, I happen to know that any man who aspires to produce records fulltime is slightly batshit - a functioning lunatic - a necessary quality to dedicate yourself to such a task and lifestyle. That's because, becoming a producer means a life of hardship, challenges, failures and defeat, until one day, if you work very hard and you're a little lucky, the clouds part and the luminescent rays of opportunity graciously shine upon you. But, to be a woman aspiring to be a fulltime producer, you're not slightly batshit, you are fully deranged - padded rooms, jackets that help you hug yourself, and detailed conversations with your invisible friend Selma.

Over the last decade, the craft of production has exploded upon populace like a creative virus while plummeting technological costs have allowed many to enthusiastically embrace their infections, and year by year, more of this population is female. Yes, if you peer closely, looking just beyond the hoards of beards and mustaches, listening intently to sift through cacophony of baritone voices, as you squint intensely, you'll notice a few smooth, beautiful faces, and that hairy chests are replaced by Victoria Secret push-up bras.

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Beats & Heels: Life of a Female Producer

    

With in-depth knowledge of the life of aspiring producers, I happen to know that any man who aspires to produce records fulltime is slightly batshit - a functioning lunatic - a necessary quality to dedicate yourself to such a task and lifestyle. That's because, becoming a producer means a life of hardship, challenges, failures and defeat, until one day, if you work very hard and you're a little lucky, the clouds part and the luminescent rays of opportunity graciously shine upon you. But, to be a woman aspiring to be a fulltime producer, you're not slightly batshit, you are fully deranged - padded rooms, jackets that help you hug yourself, and detailed conversations with your invisible friend Selma.

Over the last decade, the craft of production has exploded upon populace like a creative virus while plummeting technological costs have allowed many to enthusiastically embrace their infections, and year by year, more of this population is female. Yes, if you peer closely, looking just beyond the hoards of beards and mustaches, listening intently to sift through cacophony of baritone voices, as you squint intensely, you'll notice a few smooth, beautiful faces, and that hairy chests are replaced by Victoria Secret push-up bras.

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MADAI - "Mayday" [VIDEO]

    



Madai, the newest member of Mr. 305 Inc., is the quintessential Miami Latina, born in Guantanamo, Cuba and raised in America. At the tender age of 9, she immigrated to America and began to immerse herself in American pop culture, which in result helped her learn English. A year later she began writing poems in English and Spanish, which quickly transitioned into songwriting.

Madai has joined the family of Mr. 305 Inc., the first major record label owned by International Superstar PITBULL, founded to focus on the development of new talent. Mr. 305 Inc., is also the home of renowned artists El Cata, Nayer and Sophia del Carmen among others. Madai is currently managed by AER Management.

Madai writes her own lyrics, which are often bilingual and based on her experiences. She has a natural ability for capturing a moment and expressing its emotion in a song. A fan of all music, she is not tied to one style, rather her songs resonate with themes and fusions mixing Gospel, Hip-Hop, R&B, Latin, Country, Dance and Pop.

Her lyrics reflect the experience of girls, living in a cross-cultural digital world. Her songs blend cultures, mixing her Americana youth experiences over strong hip-hop beats. Her music is a merging of ethnicity in the common spirit of today's youth. She easily transitions from one culture to another, and blends these two worlds in her life and in her music.

Madai is not just an exceptional singer/songwriter; she is a talented dancer as well. Her natural dancing ability is an outgrowth of her Cuban roots having been taught how to dance salsa and merengue by her father at a very young age.

Madai is currently working on her highly anticipated debut album working with world-renowned producers like Marc Kinchen, Keith Morrison, Farah Achour, Nicki Noelle, Maffio Alkatras and Dave Siegel, known for producing hit tracks for Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, T.I. and more!

During this creative process, Madai has also had the pleasure of co-writing tracks with famed writers Carrie Furman, Farah Achour, Nicki Noelle, Micah Powel and Michelle Trumpler.


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