Being inspired by African music, Growzie started experimenting with music finding ways to dissect, remake and elaborate on his understanding of both the music industry and technique in 2006. Unravelling his love for sound he took a break from studying and embarked on a journey led by passion and given talent for genres such as soulful and funky. Although collaborating with artists such as Kredz and Crazee within his first year of producing, The young achiever states he became serious four years into his career, with 2010 giving birth to his signature sound of orchestra strings with a Congo Bass-line. Growzie expresses his array of inspiration from varying artists and producers like Timbaland, David Guetta Ryan Lesley, Lex Lugar and UK giants Tinie Tempah & Labrinth. Being open and drawn to new sounds, the 23 year old producer expanded his beats to both: London underground, R&B, Soul and Afroeat clients, even breaching the Gospel market remixing David B’s first single No One Like You.
Business head on and running straight into his career Growzie states “I have always been inspired by London and confident, hard working people who are serious about what they do. I believe life experiences and the City life are big influences from what’s going on, to what’s blowing up at the moment”. With an impressive collaboration list and enough beats to fill HMV, It’s no secret this producer dreams big and achieves bigger as he establishes himself through determination and hard work as one of Londons fast growing solo producers.