About Zaytoven: Grammy-winning and multi-platinum music producer Zaytoven has a seamless smorgasbord of hits. Over the years, he has worked with artists from Drake, Travis Scott, Young Dolph, Lil Yachty and Lil Uzi Vert, to Rick Ross, Jeezy, Yo Gotti, Usher and Keyshia Cole. However he is widely credited for curating the signature sound of international superstars Gucci Mane, Future and the Migos. He has a flair for recognizing and cultivating raw talent, turning unique individuals into household names.
Zaytoven’s expansive vault of work dates back to the late 90s, yet the Bay-area raised and Atlanta-based beatmaker continues to create melodic jewels with the same labyrinth of activity that catapulted him to success. The master crafter has developed a legendary reputation for producing music that sounds more like art objects than beats. One of the few producers that can perform the music he created alongside his clientele, Zaytoven continues to push stylistic boundaries by staying true to his church roots, both professionally and personally. The hardworking entrepreneur is the epitome of a diverse musical genius. In addition to production, he has also legitimately branded himself as an international DJ, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist playing the piano, organ, drums and keytar. The latter skill has forced the man behind the magic to perform onstage next to his clients, which has taken on a career of its own. In 2016, Zaytoven opened Gucci’s Welcome Home concert at Atlanta’s Fox Theater on the piano, as well as the BET Hip-Hop Awards and performed on Jimmy Kimmel. He also played the keys onstage with Future at the MTV VMA’s and on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. The Migos booked him to perform with his keytar at their NYC and Atlanta release parties in support of their sophomore album Culture. The self-taught musician pulled double duty for the 2017 Coachella Festival for both Gucci and Future who recruited him to play the keytar during their respective sets.
About Audiomack: Audiomack is a completely free platform for artists and labels to share their music without limits — there are no premium accounts for artists, and free accounts include unlimited storage, whether you have one song or one thousand. Audiomack is also free for listeners, although we do offer a subscription option in the mobile apps ($5.99/mo) which removes ads and enables HQ streaming (more features coming soon). Audiomack is not a full-catalog streaming service with every song ever made. We want to be a compliment to other services you use — Spotify, Apple, Tidal, Google Play, HypeMachine, 8Tracks, etc — rather than the only music app you use. We focus exclusively on new, independent, and up-and-coming artists, and this has led us on a very different path. Every day at our offices we use Spotify and other great music apps right alongside our own — and from talking to our users, many of them do as well.