An Interview With: Trill Bans

Trill Bans, is a platinum selling music producer from San Diego, CA. He started producing when he was 16 years old and has worked with numerous artists such as Lil Durk, Young Thug, Babyface Ray and has made waves in the Florida scene working with Hotboii. Check out our exclusive interview with him below.

Q: How did you get started in music?
Trill Bans: I really got started my junior year of high school when I was 16 and I just used my mom’s laptop and downloaded FL Studio on it and just tried making beats. I used to ditch 4th period and go straight home and make beats just to practice more.

Q: What are some notable tracks that you’ve produced?
Trill Bans: “Computer Murderers” is the big one, but I have gotten people that heard “Same Pain” by Babyface Ray & “They Don’t Know” by Hotboii..

Q: Name a couple of things that have contributed to your overall success?
Trill Bans: Some things that really helped me get here was my manager and my family for supporting me.

Q: What is the toughest thing you’ve encountered so far in terms of your musical career?
Trill Bans: The toughest thing really is the droughts that I have where none of the songs I have produced comes out or songs getting cut. It hurts seeing your work get cut off but I always take it as a sign to work harder

Q: What is your dream collab?
Trill Bans: My dream collab is to work Metro Boomin or Murda Beatz..

Q: What is the end goal for Trill Bans?
Trill Bans: The end goal really is to start a record label, put out my own albums, and become a record producer with an established brand such as DJ Khaled or Metro Boomin.

Q: What advice would you give to younger producers who are just starting out?
Trill Bans: My advice really would just be to never give up and to stay consistent because with those two skills, there’s no really way to lose if you got faith by your side.

Q: Describe a typical day in the life of a platinum selling producer?
Trill Bans: A typical day looks like me waking up, grabbing my coffee and running some errands, once I come back I start making beats for the day, then grab lunch outside and finally end the day with sending out beats to everyone I’m working with.

Q: What’s something you dislike about the producer community?
Trill Bans: I really dislike the view on loops and how people think that it isn’t real music. I truly believe that music is a collaborative process and to make hits, it takes more than one brain.

Q: What was the first thing that made you think “Wow, a career as a music producer is definitely possible”?
Trill Bans: The first time that really was the case was being in Miami working in the studio. I was thousands of miles away from home and just was chasing my passion and knew in my soul that I want to do this for the rest of my life.

Q: Anything you want to let the people know?
Trill Bans: I just have to let the people know that God really is the one that put me in the position I am today and that if you have a dream in life, you don’t have to do it by yourself. Pray everyday,stay down and work, and it will fall in place if you have faith.

Here are some songs he produced:

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Interview by: Colton Kopacz

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