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Examples of "nottz"
Dominick J. Lamb (born February 21, 1977), better known by his stage name Nottz (or Nottz Raw), is an American hip hop record producer and rapper from Norfolk, Virginia. Nottz has produced for some of the biggest names in hip hop, including Busta Rhymes, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Game, Notorious B.I.G., Pusha T, Scarface, J Dilla and Asher Roth.
In 2010, Nottz released his first solo album, "You Need This Music", under Raw Koncept. The album features Nottz as an MC, as well as a producer. Nottz also worked with rapper Asher Roth on the collaborative "Rawth EP", released as a free download, on December 27, 2010 under Raw Koncept and School Boy.
On August 9, 2014, 9th Wonder announced that Nottz became a part of The Soul Council production team. A longtime admirer of his production work, 9th Wonder has spoken very highly of Nottz in the past. In 2010, he referred to Nottz as "the best beat maker on Earth right now" and claiming him as "the best producer in the game".
The following is the discography of Nottz, an American hip hop record producer and rapper.
In 2013, Blu and Nottz Raw released their collaborative EP, "Gods in the Spirit".
Nottz has a group called D.M.P., which stands for "Durte Muzik Prahdukshun". They released an EP in 2004, a full-length album on Koch Records, titled "Nottz Presents D.M.P.", in 2005 and an album titled "God Made Durt" in 2013, under Raw Koncept.
In 2011, Nottz worked with rapper Game on his fourth album "The R.E.D. Album", after having three of his beats on Game's two previous albums "Doctor's Advocate" and "LAX". On June 15, 2012, Nottz and rapper Kardinal Offishall released the collaborative album "Allow Me to Re-Introduce Myself", which was offered as a free download.
Gods in the Spirit is a collaborative EP by Los Angeles rapper Blu and Virginia record producer Nottz, released on October 22, 2013 through Coalmine Records. The six-track record was entirely produced by Nottz and includes guest appearances from Nitty Scott, MC, Aloe Blacc, ANTHM and Homeboy Sandman among others. The lead single, "Boyz II Men," was leaked on October 2, 2013.
Like many other hip hop producers to emerge before the 2000s, Nottz samples from old (primarily soul) records and film soundtracks to reconstruct new beats. West Coast hip hop icon, Dr. Dre, has named Nottz as one of his favourite producers, and has selected him as one of the few guest producers on his much delayed, yet anticipated "Detox" album that never was released.
"Merry Go Round" was written by Royce da 5'9" and Nottz. It uses an unauthorized sample of the Björn & Benny (from ABBA) song Merry-Go-Round.
Saga announced for 2017 an upcoming EP with Chicago producer Thelonious Martin and an album with Virginia native Grammy Award winning producer Nottz.
Hip-Hop for Sale is the seventh studio album by rapper Canibus, released on November 1, 2005 through his own label Mic Club Music in conjunction with Babygrande Records and Koch Entertainment. The album was originally produced entirely by Nottz, but other up-and-coming producers were included on the project as well, such as Jeff Wheeler, Jay Swift, and Black Milk. The reason other producers were included was because in December 2004, over half of the completed material was leaked in the mixtape, "The Vitruvian Man", causing tension between Canibus and Nottz. In an interview with SOHH, Nottz revealed he would no longer be working with him, saying Canibus leaked the material, blaming it on his manager Louis Lombard III. The record, which was originally slated to be released on May 10, 2005, was pushed back so Canibus could work on new material for the album. Because Nottz had cut ties with him, Canibus had to reach out to other producers.
In 2007, a division of Black Jays, known as Black Jays International, was created. Members include Estelle, Cipha Sounds, Black Chiney, Nina Sky, and Nottz.
In 2016, he teamed up with Nottz to create a new ep called Titans In The Flesh. The EP is centered around greek and roman mythology.
After "Antihero Begins" DJ Green Lantern took notice of the groups work and came up with the idea of a collaboration. In January 2011, "Man Vs Many", which is hosted by DJ Green Lantern, was released. Among others, the mixtape features soul singer Dwele and Rapper Nottz. The album was later re-released as a digital album. In October 2011, Nefew released the EP "Transitions" with German producer 7inch. The EP "For Hip Hop", a collaboration with Nottz and Shakes, followed in 2012.
The album consists of fourteen tracks and features production from Teddy Riley, Nottz, The Neptunes, The-Dream, and Terrace Martin. Guest features include R. Kelly, Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, and Brandy.
"Urbanology Magazine" gave the mixtape a favorable review, stating that it "combines Nottz' cartoonish beats and Kardi's animated flow making for a perfect match," also calling it "a great reintroduction to familiar faces."
In July 2010, 9th Wonder officially debuted his production team for IWWMG. The Soul Council consists of Khrysis, E. Jones, Ka$h Don't Make Beats, AMP, Eric g.,Nottz, Hi-Tek and 9th Wonder himself.
Several songs on the album were produced by longtime Rakim collaborator Nick Wiz and featured beats from Nottz, Needlz, SR. Shakur Jake One, and from Italian rapper/producer Bassi Maestro.
After touring in 2009 and releasing a second mixtape titled "Seared Foie Gras with Quince and Cranberry" in March 2010, Roth began working on his second studio album, then-titled "The Spaghetti Tree". From his friend Boyder's YouTube page, he was seen working with high-profile record producers Pharrell Williams and Nottz Raw. While working with Nottz, the two of them decided to collaborate on a project together, due to having a number of records rejected by the label due to sampling and copyright issues. The end result was an eight track extended play (EP), solely produced by Nottz, entitled "The Rawth EP". The EP, which features appearances from Colin Munroe, D.A. (of Chester French), Rhymefest and Kardinal Offishall, was released December 27, 2010.