Kevin Meyer is best known for his 2009–2019 discography, which features four extended plays, one remix, renowned producers and mix engineers, as well as strikingly famous drum features. With his impending return, comeback EP, debut double albums, and multiple video releases, the New York-based musician said he couldn’t wait to share his tale of his failed suicide attempt and all the emotions that went with it. Having just returned from an involuntary hiatus, Meyer has chosen Mike Bona as his producer and mix engineer. Bona is most known for his work at The Mix Palace, where he recorded and mixed multi-platinum records for Public Enemy, one of the most influential hip-hop groups ever. Mike Bona gained respect from the hip-hop industry again after working on the soundtrack for the movie Juice, starring Tupac Shakur in his acting debut. The late hip-hop legend 2Pac’s gangsta rap albums are his most well-known and successful works. He has sold over 75 million records and is widely considered to be one of the finest and most influential rappers of all time. Biggie Smalls was featured in Bona’s mix; steeped in East Coast hip hop and specifically gangster rap, he is regarded as one of the best rappers of all time by many media rankings. Meyer, aiming for an epic modern sound but also looking for experience and excellence from an OG hip-hop producer and mix engineer who he has chemistry with and trusts, Bona, who also recorded Redman, Busta Rhymes, Nas, Eminem, and countless others. The two have discussed “Detached” and its follow-up “To Hell and Back” and are in agreement on making both with a budget that will support several mainstream artists for Kevin Meyer’s comeback extended play and debut double albums. By approaching his big debut, he is focused on making an impact as more than a pop/punk or punk/rock solo artist without abandoning his roots. Despite the long-overdue and highly anticipated debut album release, he looks forward to sharing his distinctive fusion of genres and subgenres. Meyer has been writing song after song since his suicide attempt. He has stated unequivocally that this is the most significant number of songs I have written and discarded in order to write better. It is something that was brought to my attention by another musician friend and that I would prefer to remain unknown at this time.
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