Patrick ‘Hot Money’ Osei is a music producer with over 20 years of experience within the UK music industry game. Many artists look for incredible producers to work with, as the instrumental and beat of a song is what makes half of it good. Good music producers are out there, and Patrick ‘Hot Money’ Osei is one of them, with his instrumentals and beats blasting over the UK club scene.
He has also worked with some of the biggest names in the UK music industry, including Krept and Konan, Stormzy and Stefflon Don. His past experience with big name artists has given him a great platform to work off of, and he has a range of musical experience, knowledge and expertise that any up and coming artist would be grateful to have. His journey on his musical career started when he was just 7, learning the piano from music tutors.
As a teenager, he fell in love with computers and technology, and found that he could mix his passion for music with these things to become a music producer. Attending the School of Audio Engineering, he has honed his musical craft and is now a top music producer within the UK music scene. His latest album release reflects this craft, with many instrumentals and beats contained within that fit right into the UK music scene. He plans to establish his record label Hot Money Recordings to create a platform for music artists to come together and create music with him.
The combination of his knowledge, expertise and skill with an artist’s lyricism can result in some great hits being created. 20 years within the industry has given him a lot of knowledge, and he believes that this shared with the right artists can form the basis for his record label and help to get artist’s music and his instrumentals and beats out there into the Billboard charts.
Patrick ‘Hot Money’ Osei is available on social media platforms such as Instagram as well as media streaming platforms like Spotify.
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