3 Canadian producers make BroBible’s Top 25 Producers list [News]
Toronto, ON – Three producers from Toronto, Boi-1da, T-Minus and Noah “40” Shebib, have made the cut for BroBible’s newly released list of the top 25 producers. Their Top 25 Current Hip-Hop Producers list is pretty thorough, in terms of actually representing the producers currently killing it, but like any other list this one will likely be subject to scrutiny for leaving off one producer or another.
Our only issue is the order of the list… if BroBible has in fact listed them in a specific order. That would put all 3 Canadians at the bottom and that’s definitely not where they belong. But the key is they’ve been recognized as top producers in the game and they certainly deserve it. Click the jump to see what they had to say about our Canadian boys.
Click here to read the full article on BroBible.com.
Toronto’s own Boi-1da has such an extensive catalog of productions, but is most known for his work with Drake on each of his albums. He also produced extensively for Eminem on his iconic return ‘Recovery’. But besides Drake and Eminem, he has produced for everyone from Tinie Tempah to Nicole Scherzinger to The Game and DJ Khaled.
Notable song: Rick Ross – MMG Untouchable (Prod. by Boi-1da & Arthur McArthur)
Another Toronto native is T-Minus most known for his work with OVO member Drake mainly on “I’m On One”, and his collaboration with label head, Lil’ Wayne on “She Will”. His sound attracted Husltle Gang head honcho, T.I. who recruited him for several beats.
Notable song: Wale – Ambition f. Rick Ross & Meek Mill (Prod. by T-Minus)
Noah “40” Shebib
Without Noah “40” Shebib, there would be no Drake — and that comes from Aubrey’s mouth himself. 40 is the other half of Drake’s phenomenal success. Playing an entire back seat role in his rise to fame, 40 has produced the majority of Drake’s album material, while also working on bigger collaborations for artists such as Alicia Keys and Jamie Foxx.
Notable song: A$AP Rocky – F**kin Problems f. 2 Chainz, Drake & Kendrick Lamar (Prod. Champagne Papi (Drake) & 40)