Incoming! Record Producer Dem Jointz successfully takes K-Pop by storm penetrating his distinct polarizing sound.
And now, the breakdown! As you might wonder there’s an evident reason why certain masterpieces like, Don’t Call Me, Tank, Sticker, and many more to mention are straight-out bops.
Well, hinting from the taglines it’s nothing but the birthchild of American base record producer Dem Jointz. Whose sound became one of the game changers of the K-Pop music scene of today.
Dem Jointz’ Western Twists
Talking about taste? Sure, Dwayne will serve you flavors picked with the finest sonic touches. His intricate production comes with various RNB, Hip Hop, Pop, and some EDM that does all the spice.
Mixing exquisite beats through smash-hitting visions, nothing can go wrong with Dem Jointz musical color. A charm that calls various Korean labels and agencies.
It is awesome to witness how international listeners who do consume K-Pop music are constantly blown away by his tracks. Acquired taste? If that is so it is all by design.
Talking about the design, Dem Jointz construction of music can be summed up to one central concept: repetition of inaudible sonic elements. Putting it to be a percussion for ear candy. This feels like the body of his production that listeners love the most.
This is present on songs like Cherry Bomb where he co-produced with the names of Jennifer Decilveo, Jakob Mihoubi, Rudi Daouk, Michael Woods, Kevin White, Bazzi, and MZMC, with Yoo Young-jin and Deez as arrangers.
Did you find it amusing? Things like obscure motifs happen to be uncharted territory for the K-Pop music community, but Dem Jointz ventures it off and wins it!
Of course, who doesn’t scream Incoming! every single time those intros hit! Dwayne’s producer tag also became a staple element of his music, particularly of his SM Entertainment camp journeys.
Some of Dem Jointz tracks have a great footing with artists whose discographies have been blessed by him. K-Pop solo acts like Taeyeon, Chaeyeon, J-Hope, and YooA share the same producer tags on some of their singles.
Speaking of soloist, UMUWWA hit maker delves once again into the K-Pop frame and we might actually get a hint of who’s next in line for a title.
Never heard of these Dem Jointz masterpieces? You better get going ’cause there’s so much more to unfold in his tracks.
Hiroshi Bagason Allera is a covertly non-conformist writer who loves K-Pop. Fond of writing lifestyle and entertainment, music, and stories of greater masses. Hiro sees through the fun of life and creates pieces using the power of words and a little bit of beneficence.