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    Glenn Lewis new single “Can’t Say Love” produced by CertiFYD Production Group

    Glenn Lewis new single “Can’t Say Love” is part of his comeback album “Moment of Truth” slated to be released on August 20th, 2013. “Can’t Say Love” was produced by CertiFYD Production Group and written by Corey Latif Williams. The album will be released via Ruffhouse Records / EMI. In addition to CertiFYD, the album Continue Reading

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    Atlantic Records artist Lauriana Mae – “Love”

    Check out this new great artist by the name of Lauriana Mae who is both a singer and a songwriter. Initially she was signed to Babyface and is now with Atlantic Records. CertiFYD Production Group had the opportunity to do add some production on the tracked “Love” which was produced by Kwame. The track is Continue Reading

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    STUPIDDOPE interview with CertiFYD Production Group

    CertiFYD Production Group – We had the opportunity to sit down and chop it up with the production duo of the CertiFYD Production Group about the moves they are making and working they are putting in. Hailing from the most dangerous city in the United States, Camden, NJ, the brother duo have been producing tracks for some of the biggest names in hip hop and R & B. Their beats have been worked upon by Keyshia Cole, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and Freeway, to name a few. They even had the opportunity to work with the late legend Heavy D before his untimely passing. We spoke about how they got started in their craft and how they have managed to make a name for themselves in such a short time span. You’re probably more familiar with the duo than you think, but now would be a great time for you to become a little more familiar with the fellas of CertiFYD. Check out the interview below, as well as some video’s from the fellas as well.
    How & when did you get started making beats? Jay: We started really getting serious about music production in 2006. We started making tracks on the Yamaha Motif and Protools. Pi: I actually started on Fruity Loops for a little bit but after we got the Yamaha Motif and Protools the rest was history.