DJ Battlecat Discusses Producer vs. Artist Importance, Michael Jackson Rapping & Beatboxing, Developing His Signature Clap Sound + More On The Dub C & CJ Mac Show

DJ Battlecat, the multi-platinum producer for artists including Snoop Dogg2PacXzibitTha EastsidazDominoMount Westmore, and others, was recently the featured guest on the Dub C & CJ Mac Show to discuss the importance between the producer and artist, how he came up the “Battlecat”, working with A Lighter Shade Of Brown, B.O.X., and the late MC Trouble in his early production career, and his first big breakout record with the Bloods & Crips Bangin’ On Wax in 1993.

The “Ghetto Jam” producer also talks about developing his signature “clap” in his music, working with Snoop Dogg and Tha Eastisdaz, producing for the iconic Michael Jackson and his hip-hop group Quo on their single “Quo Funk” from the duo’s 1994 debut album on MJJ Music, and Dr. Dre respecting his sound and originality, and more.