Suff Daddy started making beats back in 1999 when an old friend brought him a cracked version of Sonic Foundry Acid. He used that software for 17 years to express himself creatively and to do what he loves the most: making beats.
Both his setup and his creative process have changed a bit since then, but basically it’s the same procedure as back in the day. It usually starts with a few chords, a nice rhythmic loop and some drum bits. The rest happens by itself.
In 2004 Suff Daddy visited the Fat Beats store in New York City for the first time. As a big fan, to finally enter the holy halls was a huge deal for him. He was soaking up the atmosphere dreaming about a future as a producer. Who would have thought that he would ever put out a record with these guys. 14 years later, here it is!
Enjoy the full stream above and head over to Bandcamp to cop Baker’s Dozen: Suff Daddy.