2 Mello hails from Lexington, Kentucky
The tale of a Super Producer
2 Mello has been deeply affected by music since he was a child. His mother listened to Motown and Soul while his father preferred psychedelic Rock. There was always plenty of music around the house.
Now, 2 Mello is a Hip Hop producer and emcee, heavily influenced by the soul music of his own life: A Tribe Called Quest and their enlightened east coast jazzy Hip Hop, and the achingly beautiful, electronic, sample-based symphonies of Bristol players Massive Attack, DJ Shadow, and Portishead from across the pond.
He began producing on computers at age 14, after four years of musical training on piano and clarinet. He still tries to make one beat a day. He has spent his entire life in Lexington, Kentucky – a city whose wider community does not support unique Hip Hop – but the Internet is helping him gain a wider audience every hour. His first big break arrived when he became an artist for Scrub Club Records after talking with fellow artist and label head MadHatter and realizing they shared the same vision of what music should be.
2 Mello champions personality above all else in Hip Hop, which was very apparent even on his debut album, “Super Producer.” Mello is geeky and proud of it, describing his childhood as being spent in lonesome bliss playing Super Nintendo games, watching dark science fiction films and devouring novels far above his reading level to gain ideas for his own writing. 2 Mello’s artistic goal is to relate his obsessions with music and geek culture to his damaged connection with the real world and all its beauties and perils.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature and is self-employed as a video director and writer. He produces and stars in a weekly movie review show on his local TV station WKYT-27, where he is able to indulge his other passion – film.
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For more 2 Mello videos, check out his YouTube Channel here.
To book 2 Mello, email MadHatter or text / call 785.203.6231.
Currently available for:
- Live music
- Convention Panels
- In-stores / appearances
- Gaming / tournaments
- House parties / special occasions
- Podcasts / audio and video interviews
- Email / chat interviews
Performance / appearance fee: Travel and lodging (if applicable) plus donation.
Local airport code: SDF.
Type of live performance: A mix of smooth and energetic music with bits of crowd participation.
Length of set: 30 – 60 minutes.
Number of people on stage: 1.
Equipment I bring: A laptop, two pieces of music control hardware, a basic microphone, headphones, and giveaway items.
Venue needs to provide: One quality vocal microphone with a reasonable length of cord, laptop-style digital input, monitor speakers, a basic “DJ” type table, and a proper PA system tuned for Hip Hop music.
Preferred, but not required: A wireless microphone and sound responsive stage lighting.
Typical stage setup: Mic stand to the side of the stage. If only one monitor speaker, it’s placed front center stage. If two or more monitors are present, they are placed equidistant from each other on the left and right sides of the stage. A table just behind center stage is set up for the production portion of the performance.
Merch space needed: 2 feet x 3 feet flat.
Additional bonuses that are not required, but are humbly accepted: A hotel room (if applicable) and meal(s).
Available for international booking: Not at this time.
Please note: Scrub Club Records artists are professional and as such, they do not personally sell tickets for events in exchange for stage time, they do not “pay to play,” and they do not agree to a required minimum headcount before a performance. Please refrain from sending a request that matches any of these these questionable booking practices.