The ability to collaborate on projects with others brings an added energy to the creative process.  The concept of team and being a team player is applicable across all contexts.   I even view the marketing and sales process between an artist and client as a type of team process.  I was stoked to be able to discuss team creativity with the production team The Dentmakers.
Lamar “Beat Boss” Van Sciver and Frank “Deville” Greenfield have been producing music together for 7 years.  Their success has reached the music industry worldwide and they continue to grow as they bring others into their collaborative process.  I haven’t seen many video interviews that provide such a transparent look into the lives of successful producers, so I’m thankful and excited to share this opportunity with others.
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