If there’s anyone who knows about the fruits of success and hard work in the industry, it’s Platinum Boy Music Inc. CEO and super producer Amadeus. The production mastermind behind some of Hip Hop and R&B’s greatest records over the past decade and the music director and tour drummer for national recording artist Trey Songz, Amadeus is a reigning force in music and a testament to the longevity that can be sustained in the urban music business.
Having produced songs for over 80 artists including Jennifer Lopez, French Montana, Dave East, T.I., Wale, and Chris Brown and produced scores for BET, VH1, Burger King, Sprite, EA Sports and ESPN, Amadeus’ skill set and talents are the epitome of excellence. His company produced nine tracks on Chris Brown’s platinum-selling 2017 album Heartbreak On A Full Moon and sports fans across the world hear his work daily on as the producer of ESPN’s First Take show theme song featuring Wale. But while his accolades speak for themselves, it is his work ethic and innate belief in himself and God that has led him to perform on the biggest stages and platforms most musicians merely dream about.
A heavy hitter behind the scenes and a leader on and off the stage, Amadeus’ faithfulness to his craft, dedication to his family and utter fearlessness in any situation makes him a king amongst kings in Hip Hop and R&B. Separated for exclusive use with a God-given ear for musical greatness, this super producer’s journey from E. 169th and Washington Avenue in the Bronx to Madison Square Garden is a reminder of what is possible if only you believe in yourself.
Listen to our exclusive interview with Amadeus below only on Hip Hop Headquarters!