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Aux Money: Tay Keith is Always Staying a Step Ahead

In the newest episode of Aux Money, Chase B steps into Tay Keith’s completely tricked-out Nashville studio to discuss his meteoric rise in hip-hop.

Beyoncé. Drake. Nicki Minaj. Travis Scott. Future.

These are just a few of the artists that Grammy-nominated producer Tay Keith has worked with throughout his career. After a strong 2018 that saw him co-produce BlocBoy JB’s “Look Alive,” Drake‘s “Nonstop,” Travis Scott‘s “Sicko Mode,” Eminem‘s “Not Alike,” and Lil Baby and Gunna‘s “Never Recover,” Keith has continued his strong ascension in the hip-hop world to this day.

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In the latest Aux Money episode, host Chase B sits down with Keith to talk about what it’s like working with 2023’s breakout artists in Sexyy Red, whom he recognized as a legitimate star early in the game while many have wrongly doubted. The two also discuss the greatest producers in the game, with shout-outs to Pharrell, Dr. Dre, and Metro Boomin, as well as how his collaboration with Beyoncé came about in “Before I Let Go,” wanting to help bring Post Malone‘s old sound back, and how Drake helped put him on when he didn’t have to.

Be sure to catch up on all episodes of Aux Money and more original content from Boardroom on YouTube.


Boardroom Staff