The modern era of music has given way to enigmas and artists of all shapes and forms who break the norm of what have come to expect as far as what an artist truly is. Dready on the beat is one artist that epitomises the essence of the modern era. A multi-talented musician and producer born in Landsberg am Lech in Germany and grew up in Dachau near Munich. Dready on the beat is making music that is thoughtful, conscious and driven by a desire to motivate, inspire, comfort and spread love and joy to all those that hear it.
Dready on the beat has had a vast array of musical influences across multiple genres. However, he accredits the pivotal influences and inspiration in his life to hip-hop / trap producers that he looks up to. Dready is currently very focused on sound kits, not just beats and recently produced two songs on the new album of “spinning 9”. working with many of Dready’s idols like “Lex Luger”, and “Overdose Beatz”.
All these experiences eventually grew into a style of making music that is transparent, daring and full of hope and reflective of the experiences and perspectives that Dready on the beat is using music to express emotions and thoughts, turning pain into purpose and lessons into studio sessions with amazing drops.
This has led him to become a true music connoisseur who looks beyond the traditional barriers of genre with a varied repertoire of production and sound kits. This all culminates in Dready producing a musical experience that is enjoyable, easy going and fun but still seeks to provoke thought.
Dready on the beat will be releasing music soon that will feature more of his musical acumen showcased in a uniquely constructed piece of musical artistry. He also worked on a project with “the swede” from 808 mafia. His music exhibits not only his versatility and prowess but will surely cement his unique style as well as pave the way for the varied expressions of his musical ideas and artistic craft. This is the music that will push the boundaries of our perception as well as inspire and drive us to introspective conversations. It’s the music that may not change the world, but can change the people in the world.