Chicago producers Scud One (Cult Classic, The Dirty Science™, 2013/2014) and T-White (The Gift Vol. V, Street Corner Music™, 2014) have been working together musically for the last four years. Scud One is a producer and lyricist whose work on Cult Classic and Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid – alongside artist Denmark Vessey – was called “organic and thoughtful, political and soulful, and without being quirky or removed from the streets” (Daniel Isenberg – Nahright.com, Complex Magazine). Scud One has worked with artists including Quelle Chris, Guilty Simpson, and Exile, among others. T-White is a music producer, and animator whose record debut was the fifth volume in the ten-volume “The Gift” series compiled by House Shoes (Street Corner Music™). He has produced for Denmark Vessey on Don’t Drink The Kool-Aid and 2015’s Martin Lucid Dream; T-White produced the single “Don’t Smoke K2” which was featured on NPR’s “Songs We Love”.
“STEVEN TYLER” – a title derived from the combination of both artists first names . Scud One (Steven) and T-White (Tyler) focus on the integration of beats, interludes and spoken-word comedy skits delivered with absurd – and sometimes sardonic – wit. It’s a packed album, filled with colorful sounds, spacey artwork and irreverent humor throughout. As a collaborative effort, it showcases the strengths of both its producers, and makes for a unique blend.