K. Tha Producer is more than just another aspiring hip-hop producer. K. Tha Producer is a visionary, an artist with a clear idea of what it means to achieve success in today’s music industry. K. released her debut beat tape The Therapist on March 27, 2015. The Therapist was an instant success gaining over 11,000 streams and over 7,000 downloads in just two weeks. The Therapist is not your average street instrumental mixtape. Featuring both street hip-hop beats as well as dance/house music, The Therapist is proof that K. has the ability to creatively move from one genre to the next with little effort.
At only 26, K. Tha Producer has already caught the attention of the press and online magazines such as NeuFutur Magazine, Hype Magazine, Hood Critic Magazine, and Indie News at Noon. When K. sat down with NeuFutur Magazine, she explained why she titled her beat tape The Therapist. “Many of the artists and music fans I talk to say music has helped them overcome obstacles, stress, and pain. For them music is a form of therapy. As an artist, I want to create music that is catchy, fun, inspiring, and carefree. If music is therapy, then I must be a therapist.”
K. began preparing for her breakthrough in the industry four years ago as one half of the production duo Splitting Image Productions. Alongside her younger sister/production partner, Hood Angel, the two produced two albums for their singer-songwriter sister Leshai. Splitting Image’s production caught on quickly creating a buzz in their hometown of Peoria,Illinois. In 2012, Splitting Image earned their first magazine interview in Hype Magazine.
Now as a solo artist, the young producer is ready to continue on her own musical journey. She is no stranger to hard work, and has built connections with artists not only in Peoria, but also in Los Angeles, New York, Florida, Boston. and Arkansas.
A successful beat tape and working with independent artists is just the beginning for K, Tha Producer. She is constantly evolving as a producer and working to create her own signature sound and break into the mainstream music industry at full swing.