NeoPopSicle - Red Lights
Executive produced and Mixed by Embassy.
New Neo album coming soon.
Maco Monthervil - As We Lay
This is from a fun, unreleased project I worked on with a very talented individual named Maco. It was challenging yet very rewarding. I believe in him.
Mixed, recorded and produced by me
Keys: Royal P
Reminiscing. Here’s “Mumbai” from my sonic experiment, NEON. Really enjoyed making this. I think it’s time for another EP. Hmm.
Official music video for “Animal Style” by Murs, produced by me and Royal P. This is big. Proud of him.
Take Control - mixed by me
On Neo’s project entitled 2:59. Download here. It’s good stuff.
Whitney White - Do You Still Love Me (Remix)
Produced by Embassy the Hitmaker. Always wanted to sample Bittersweet Symphony.
A track from our short stint in an electro band. Had so much fun with this. Might go back. Grab the free album we did here, if you want.
“Ups and Downs”. First track I ever did for Murs. Circa 2007.
New track by Mckenzie Eddy using the Animal Style beat we did for Murs.
Blaine X Em. Coming soon.
Here’s a throwback remix we did awhile back with R&B crooner Young Steff (Atlantic Records). Yes, I flipped Dre’s “What’s the Difference” into an R&B record. Sue me (actually don’t).
Animal Style, from Murs’ new album Love & Rockets Vol. 1. Produced by Embassy the Hitmaker and Royal P. It may sound familiar to some of you out there…
“The crowning achievement of [Love & Rockets] is the closing note, “Animal Style,” a gripping narrative chronicling a high school gay love affair wrapped in pain and tragedy. Hip-Hop is often cast in a homophobic light but this track is evidence of the contrary, with distinct characterization and definitive humanization. By the time the song ends you have the full lives or everyone involved, their motivations and ultimately a story line that engenders sympathy for all involved. The song is masterfully done and wholly devoid of any anti gay sentiment, without the pandering to the gay community that plagues the music of acts like Lady Gaga.”
~ Odeisel, Planetill.com
“13. Animal Style
Produced by Embassy The Hitmaker & Royal P
You remember on track 3 when I said that Murs may be one of the best rapping storytellers out? This song is more proof of that. Not many rappers would have the talent or guts to tackle the taboo subjects of homophobia, hate crimes, closeted denial, self hate, or teen suicide, but Murs does it with ease while given the topics much needed light. This is easily the most powerful song off this album if not of the whole 2011 and should be a highlight for Murs’ career (Ironically, Love & Rockets Vol. 1 came out Oct. 11th which is also National Coming Out Day). This is the only song on the album not produced by Ski Beatz but Embassy The Hitmaker & Royal P do a great job here.”
~ B-Easy, Nappyafro.com