Miami based Hip Hop Artist, Record Producer, and Songwriter, PB Large is known for producing hits. From the melody to the cadence to the content of the song, any artist under his musical influence will get an original masterpiece. His skills and successes as a producer make him an untouchable rapper. Once PB Large creates the beat, he already knows the cadence and hook. An incredibly gifted entertainer, he demonstrates excellence in all areas of making and performing music.
PB Large’s career started at the age of eight with a Fisher Price cassette player and microphone set and the instrumental to Crucial Conflict’s hit single, “Hay,” to which he co-wrote his first song. Soon after, he graduated to making beats with the MTV Generator program. Convinced that he had found his calling, PB Large attended the Institute of Audio Research in New York City after graduating from high school. He was trained by the best – Biggie Smalls’ engineer, Prince; Nas’ engineer Jake Ninan; and Dan Grigsby, recipient of eight RIAA Certified Platinum and Gold Record Awards.
As a producer, PB Large makes music that reflects the artists’ personality. He takes the process from inception to the end bringing out the magic in the record. Awarded Best Producer in Dade, PB Large has produced for Rick Ross, Brisco, Myrtle Grove Taliban (MGT), Bushwick Bill of the Legendary Ghetto Boys, Flo-Rida, Ace Hood, and Desloc Piccalo.
In 2013, PB Large released three musical projects to notify the industry that he has taken his career to the next level – No Turning Back, Turn Up, and DCE is the Nation. DCE is the Nation features up and coming artists on all songs with a high energy flow. PB Large chose the hottest 14 artists to rap with him. He brings the talent together and makes it about the music; he’s building the nation. DCE is the Nation has experienced great success with over 15,000 downloads on DatPiff.
Being bilingual enables him to bring diversity to Pop music that no other artists has done before. His influences include but are not limited to Jay-Z, Eminem, and Biggie. As a child he listened to Vico C, El General, Fulanito, Sandy y Papo. His library of eclectic music includes Bachata, Salsa, Merengue, Reggaeton, R&B, Pop, Classic Rock,and Alternative Rock. His life experiences are what motivate him to write music. These experiences seep through his lyrics yet still manage to keep his music fun and energetic.
"I can do a Rap song relating to someone from the hood; because that's where I'm from. I
grew up in the projects. I didn't have it easy; but I'm a fun open minded person.
His East Coast influence, mixed with Latin Caribbean spice, and served
on Southern grit makes his music an undeniable success.Currently, you can download his First Official Mixtape called "Teckenomics" on Datpiff.com and ThatCrack.com. Within the first week, it received over 2,500 downloads which is a testament to how much his fans are in love with his music. It was also
awarded "Hot Mixtape of the Week" by ThatCrack.com. Current singles include "Shut
Up" featuring S.O. Certified and Phat Boy Beats and "Let's Get It".
The next single will be "Who's Weave Is This" off of his well-received mixtape "Teckenomics".
L-Tech Da Teck hopes to one day sell out stadiums all over the world. He wants to
continue to make music that people from all walks of life can dance to and enjoy. His
determination to bring something different and exciting to pop music will no doubt leave
a mark that will not soon be forgotten....HEHEHEYYY!!!
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