Interview with Top Producer 6 Points Music


Press Release

6 Points Music is American music producer from Texas based in Los Angeles, CA. Best known for his unique and universal sound with highly active 808’s that keep your head bouncing! He creates styles from Lil Baby to Post Malone and many in between. Hip Hop, Trap, R&B, POP, Dance Hall . Crossover music that artists can rap, sing, or do both all in the same song.


  1. 6 Points can you tell us how you was introduced into the music industry?

I was introduced to the industry by one of my college football teammates. I walked into his dorm room wanting to beat him in 2k only to find him making a beat in FL Studio. I asked what he  was doing and he told me he’s making a beat for one of his boys. I asked if he could show how it works and I never looked back. Been going hard on beats since 2008.


  1. How do you feel about your music’s popularity?

I feel like with the right marketing my music can impact the world in a positive way.


  1. What are your music goals?

My music goal is to make undeniable music that lasts forever. Like the kind where you don’t even like that genre but you can’t deny that the song is really good. Undeniable. That’s my goal!


  1. Where do you find your artistic inspiration?

I find it within myself really. I’ve always been a self-motivated guy determined to be greater in life. So I just see it as what I’m supposed to in order to fulfill my destiny carrying out God’s will.


  1. Who have been the most influential musicians for you?

Man for me I’d have to say southside of 808 mafia, Mike Will Made It, Metro Boomin, Zaytoven, Murda Beatz, TM88, Shawty Redd, Drumma Boy.


  1. If you have to choose someone to collaborate with on an EP who would that be and why?

I would want to collaborate with Drake on a project. I feel like his music is the industry standard and the impact that he’s leaving is a goal anyone should strive for. He changed the game and it would be cool to create history with a Legend.


  1. What advice would you give to upcoming producers/artists?

My advice would be when you create music… Don’t just imagine yourself playing it for a few friends and family. Imagine having the whole world hearing what you put out.. Will they want to become a fan based on what they just heard?.. Or will they forget they even listened? You only get one 1st impression. How do you want to be remembered?

Take a look at 6 Points his website for beats and more information

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