A Conversation with Hip-Hop and R&B Producer Reamy Ream
Karim Hamissou who goes by artist name Reamy Ream is a Hip-Hop and R&B producer and beat maker. Apart from making music he launched his podcast Reamizik Radio 2 years ago. The show is about hip-hop production and beats. Ream gives producers and music lovers tips, tricks, summaries, and how to’s about beats in today’s modern day. Along with embracing the essence of hip-hop. Here is our recent interview with Reamuzik
Twist Online : First of all tell us about the start of your professional
Ream : Well, I’m not quite a pro yet (lol). I’ve always been into music, but I’ve been making music for real for about 10 years now. I would say I took it extra seriously around 2010, 2011 when I started
networking and learning new things.
Twist Online : Who or what inspired you to get into music industry?
Ream : I would say without a doubt the one person who inspired me to do music was James Yancey aka J Dilla (RIP). I discovered Dilla around 2000 when I heard Common’s “The Light”. The funny thing is when I was younger, I remembered hearing this song by Janet Jackson that had this real soulful hip hop vibe to it. I didn’t know who made it until I heard Common years later. Dilla’s style was and is the soundtrack of my life.
Twist Online : Tell us about your recent work?
Ream : I have to say first and foremost, thank you God for everything you’ve done for me. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for him. Now as for my recent work, I have a new addition to my blessed
talents. I’ve started a motivational/inspirational series called “Ream Sayings”. What I do is once a week (sometimes twice) I make a sticky note with a positive message and post it on my social media pages. The point is to make people feel good. As long as I’m able to reach at least one person, that’s all that matters to me.
Twist Online : You recently launched podcast Reamizik Radio? Our readers
would like to know more about that?
Ream : Reamuzik Radio is a podcast about hip hop production and techniques. I talk about topics related to making beats. I’ve been doing that for over two years.
Twist Online : What kind of response it has received so far?
Ream : It’s been great. I’ve received a lot of positive feedback. Plus I’ve been able to interview some top notch people in the entertainment field and in music production, all around the world.
Twist Online : What’s your favorite music genre?
Ream: Hip-Hop. Specifically chill, smooth, boom bap, hip hop soul
Twist Online : Have you set some target to achieve as a music producer?
Ream : I definitely wouldn’t mind making beats for ever. But I feel like I have other talents. And I would love to showcase them to the world as well. It all ties back.
Twist Online : Are you currently working on any other project?
Ream : I am currently working on episode 10 of my show which should be coming out soon. I plan dropping more gold for all my producers and beat makers. And for anyone who likes music, honestly. Look out for that. Reamuzik Radio. Going beyond the beats!
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