Who is the next super producer in the making? Of course you must all know. He goes by the name of Mr. 808 and this well known name is held by one of the most talented people in the music industry. Mr. 808 received his title not because of the drum patterns in his hot tracks, but because of a certain bass kit he held possession of. At the age of 15, becoming a child prodigy was nothing to Mr. 808, better wise known as 808, and he quickly learned how to use a program called Fruity Loops. At the time this southern bred star in the making only made beats as a hobby, but after working with his cousins and his aunt he started selling his instrumentals once he became older. What helped 808 create hotter beats each time? Tightbeatz, a somewhat locally known website where artist can show off their skills and talents while getting rated by their competition. Trap Beatz, an old friend from high school, is who he chose to work with, and when 808 turned 18 He became quite serious with his music. He produced a track for a rapper name Criminal Manne from Tennessee. This track was called "Hot Pots" and it was the first track he had ever produced for an artist. "Hot Pots" would later on become the first mixtape 808's music was incorporated into. Not only did Mr. 808 become serious with his music around the age of 18, but he also had a kid on the way which served as his inspiration to keep on pushing his music to the public in order to become successful. As Mr. 808 became older he started working with different producers like Chello Ward, Trap Beatz as mentioned earlier, and Qaaree Beatz. He joined a production team with Chello Ward called "New Normal", as well as "Da Coalition" with Trapbeatz. Later on Mr. 808 and Qaaree became great friends, and Qaaree went on to do big things, such as start his own record label called "Money Vision Inc." Mr. 808 is a major affiliate of all groups previously named and he is also on the Parlae beat team "White Tee Kartel." Until this day Mr. 808 is still producing hot tracks and blazing the south with some of the best instrumentals that can be made. Mr. 808 says, " It feels good to not be a rookie anymore and have tons of connects," what a modest comment from such a successful man.