June James Breaks Down Beat Travis Scott’s “YOSEMITE” FL Studio

June James the producers

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June James Breaks Down Beat Travis Scott’s “YOSEMITE” FL Studio

June James Breaks Down Beat Travis Scott’s “YOSEMITE” FL Studio, this is some sick hip hop beat produced by HNHH Behind the Beat. This is a very nice 808 hip hop beat.

Many music producers have been wondering how the pros produce beats, this is definitely one to watch, June James is great producers and his tips, June James showcasing us the beat he has produced is gold dust and something no one should sleep on. (check more music producers making beats here)

Quick info about About June James below – Wikipedia (click to read more)

June James The Producer
June James The Producer
June James (born October 11, 1990), also known as June, The Genius, is an American record producer from Houston, Texas. In 2016 June James signed a record deal with Think It’s A Game Entertainment & produced “YFN” Lucci’s second mixtape Wish Me Well 2, which included the hit single “Key to the Streets”. That was followed by producing Lucci’s first single off his EP Long Live Nut, “Everyday We Lit” featuring PnB Rock which has peaked at number 33 on the Billboard Hot 100 and became his highest-charting produced single thus far.

 

How did June James meet Travis Scoot?

Travis Scott has worked with June James on many occasions make some big bangers, June James is a well know producer and a very talented one, as you can see in this youtube video. June James met Travis scot in the club, he never wanted any picture with him, just simply give him his CD with his top 5 beats on it and see what Travis would say, so Travis agreed on giving him his email in the club in the DJ booth as June James stood and smoked weed with his mate Djing. After that June James heard nothing back from Travis Scoot. Then one day, after one long month waiting, June James received an email, from Travis Scoot, saying “you made an album’, this instantly changed the game for June James making him some crazy money and at the same time big-name out in the music production industry.