Breaking in the Music Industry as a Producer

Andre “Dre” Christopher Lyon is a mega-hit producer and songwriter from North Miami, Florida. He is credited with co-producing many hits including The Game and 50 Cent’s Grammy-nominated 2005 hit, “Hate It Or Love It”, Juvenile’s “Rodeo”, Ja Rule’s “New York”, Fat Joe’s Grammy-nominated 2016 hit, “All the Way Up”, and Lil Wayne’s “On Fire”.

To date, he has sold over 75 million records worldwide. Dre started his record company Epidemic Music in 2004 and signed Kent Jones. In 2016, Epidemic Music released Kent Jones’s debut single “Don’t Mind” which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #8 and sold over two million copies.

In this podcast, Dre shares his journey and the steps he took that lead to massive success in the music industry.