View Full Version : UK Producer ADAM F. gives REDMAN a new "RUSH"!

Stacey Castro Media
10-17-2005, 02:59 AM
Wu Fans, take notice:


Though he is a stalwart music activist and has graced the covers of European magazines, British music phenom Adam F. has ironically always preferred to remain somewhat anonymous in the U.S.

Adam F. collaborated with Redman (who claims F.'s "shit is bananas!") for his new single "Rush The Security" from the Funk Doc's upcoming Def Jam release. The blonde haired, blue-eyed Englishman fronted a funk band as a teen, then quickly conquered and helped pioneer the world of international Drum N Bass as a award winning producer and quickly joined the ranks of the DJ elite. He went on to to become first and so far, only UK producer to cross the Pond and break through the ranks of American hip hop production. His much anticipated EMI release, "KAOS: The Anti-Acoustic Warfare", which featured NY hip hop royalty, was the casualty of a 9/11 release date. He has thus far worked with East coast heavyweights LL Cool J (who insists that F. has "the potential to be the next Dr. Dre"), Missy Elliott, Busta Rhymes, Guru, CNN, M.O.P, De La Soul, Beenie Man, Pharaoah Monch, etc. and will now have Stateside handling by Hollywood talent manager Stacey Castro. The mysterious multi-hyphenate, an NME top 5 Producer and winner of a MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Award is also a respected music activist, and has scored music for studio films including "Ali G Indahouse". He co-owns one of the most visited genre music sites on the internet (www.dogsonacid.com (http://www.dogsonacid.com/)), sings, writes and is a self-taught musician.

Few artists are able to cross over and achieve success in multiple areas of music, but Adam F.'s credits include: LL Cool J's "G.O.A.T.: The Greatest of All Time", the eponymous single that propelled LL's album to #1 and multi-Platinum status; "Smash Somethin'", the anthemic first single from Redman's "Malpractice", remixes for pop icon David Bowie and production/co-writing for The Pet Shop Boys. He is also a much sought-after DJ with regular gigs on five continents and co-owns two hugely successful independent record labels in London. An artist himself in Europe, his current single "8 Ball" (Breakbeat KAOS) has been on the UK charts for weeks. Also in the works is a rock project he has created; Adam is currently in the studio writing, singing and producing.

Stacey Castro Media, whose company represents only film & TV talent with the exception of Adam F., announced his foray into acting with his attachment to the British indie film "The Heavy". Adam will also be providing original music for the film.

10-17-2005, 11:27 AM
smash sumthin was hot, so this is a good combination

10-17-2005, 11:46 AM
MOP's stand clear was one ill joint
F is one good producer

Ghost In The 'Lac
10-17-2005, 12:41 PM
yea he can do alot of different styles, he aint my thing tho