Murda Beatz Basketball-Themed ‘One Shot Video’

Grammy-nominated super producer Murda Beatz debuts a new “One Shot” collaboration with Wale and Blxst.

On Friday, January 14, the Canadian artist, known for his dozens of recordings with superstars like Drake, Nicki Minaj, Lil Uzi Vert, and more, released a 4k image of the song. The song was directed by madebyJames.

A little further away from the production look, Murda Beatz, who is the center of attention in the basketball-themed video, coaches teams of semi-pro and social media players like Marrane “MJ” Johnson, while refereeing as Wale and Blxst.

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Murda Beatz points to the song as the highlight of Warner Music Group’s new global distribution deal with ADA Worldwide. The 7-year-old maestro is more than 40 platinum, 25 Billboard No. We can say that he has proven to be a success in this business by signing a contract with 1 album and 11 billion streams on his behalf.

He also appears to be a favorite for the Best Pop/Vocal Album award for his work on Ariana Grande’s Positions at the upcoming 2022 Grammy Awards.

“I’m really excited to start the year off with this record featuring Blxst and Wale,” Murda Beatz exclaimed in a press release. “It all came together in Miami when we were all in the studio. I’m going to be dropping a lot with my new distribution partner ADA so I’m looking forward to giving my fans some new music this year!”

About Murda Beatz and His Early Stage

Lindstrom was raised in Fort Erie, Ontario, near Buffalo in a musical household and played drums as a child. He began producing beats at age 17 when he was still in high school using FL Studio after leaving his drumset at friend Pluto Hann’s house.

He chose his stage name “Murda Beatz” to promote his music on Youtube. When he turned 18, he moved to Chicago, and later worked with Chief Keef and Lil Durk. Lindstrom stated that he met most of his early artists through social media and mutual friends. Eventually, he connected with Atlanta rap group Migos and moved in with them to start producing their music

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