If it's hot, Mike WiLL made it.
These past few years were made for Mike WiLL Made-It. When you hear, “Mike WiLL Made-It,” you knew there was a dope beat to soon follow. The Marietta, Georgia-born producer is known for smashing beats on songs like “Black Beatles” by Rae Sremmurd, “Pour It Up” by Rihanna, and “We Can’t Stop” by Miley Cyrus. But did you know he produced one of Future’s first hit records? Or how about one of Beyoncé’s biggest singles this year? If you think those hits were bangers, wait until you see the dope tracks he’s produced that you never knew.
Future – “Move That Dope” feat. Pharrell Williams and Pusha T
The retro track featuring Pharrell Williams and Pusha T is very reminiscent of an eighties sound. Mike WiLL brought the track to Future and said, “I got this hard-ass beat, I got this hard-ass beat,” according to the rapper. And apparently, he did.
Rae Sremmurd – “No Flex Zone”
The song that launched their career. Their debut single “No Flex” became an instant hit with the help of Mike WiLL. It was the song of the summer of 2014. It peaked at number 8 on both Billboard‘s US Hot Rap Songs and R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay charts.
Ciara – “Body Party”
Another favorite, Mike WiLL did his thing with this one. Though he’s known for dropping hot sh*t in the hip-hop genre, this has to be one of his best productions on the R&B side.