Meet Music Producer Ken Will

unnamedMulti-talented producer Ken Will grew up in New Jersey and attended Burlington City Hish School, where he majored in music productions and played the keyboard, trumpet, drums and violin.  He took advantage of his time and spent it doing gigs around New Jersey and playing the drums regularly with his high school drill team.  While in school and developing his music talents he pursued his first passion art, painting and drawing which gave him a visual outlet to showcase his creativity.

While attending Full Sail University, Ken Will continues to work on his specified talents as a producer, engineer, and musician. Growing up listening to a diverse mix of music, such as, hip-hop, reggae, Latin, and pop influenced the combinations of instruments and melodies he produces. Being a New Jersey – bred artist, he specializes in various genres of music while adding his own touch. Ken Will recently signed to Slip-N-Slide Records/Rude Bwoy Entertainment as a Slip and Slide Area Codes (S.A.C) college representative/promoter and Webmaster for music artist, Qwote. He has been on the road touring and performing in different cities and has been to many places, where as a child he could only dream of. He is currently working on several tracks with a wide variety of artists stretching his name and resume from the east coast to the dirty south.

In 2007, Ken got a phone call from the Queen of Urban Erotic Tales – Noire – to produce six songs for the book sound track, “Thong on Fire,” starting a new chapter in his career as a producer.  Ken would go on to move to South Florida in 2008 where he garnered the attention of Mark Roofe, president of M5 Media Group and former VP of Tav Dash Records for his unique artistic approach to creating beats as individual works of art over a job. After a three years signed to Roofe’s label as a producer Ken decided it was time to branc off and begin a new journey within the music industry as an independent producer and business owner.  He established his own production company in 2011 Ken Will Productions and began producing tracks for the likes of Kilagram, Gilly the Kid, and 3-60.  He also released three albums with digital distribution through Def Jam/ Universal Digital, has been featured on 6 Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes, and has appeared in Street Radio, Mr. Dreamz, and Intrigue Magazine.  In 2014  he continues to take his musical talents to new heights and artistic levels and is currentlyfinishing his studies at Full Sail University (Bachelors of Science in Music Recording/Production), pursuing new placements, a publishing contract, and the development of a clothing line (Hershey Red).

Watch the Ken Will produced 3-60 featuring Big Ooh! “Im A Get At You” below.