Meter Mobb

Music Producer

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Multiple Billboard Entries, Nike, Jordan, JBL SPEAKERS, Dj Khaled, 50 Cent, Too $hort, E-40, Joyner Lucas, Shcoolboy Q and many more.

METER MOBB is an American hip-hop/pop music act and production team comprised of fellow artists Stoomie and Vincent "VT" Tolan. The brainchild of legendary hip hop icon Too $hort, the duo are taking social bashes over by storm — beit at the club or house party. Their debut ep BLOOM BOX made waves with the pounding single "YOU CAME TO PARTY." Debuting on HBO's SILICON VALLEY, the single has amassed over 10 million + streams and listens across multiple platforms, independently. Their second single "WAVVY" was featured in and promoted JBL Speakers’ online dance competition and products. “MOUNTAINS”, the last song from the ep was selected by Nike for their annual "Power Of One" Campaign promoting Black History Month. Most recently, METER MOBB collaborated with Nike and the Jordan brand to produce music for their UNITE campaign, as part of the promotion for the Air Jordan XXIV.

An unflinching commitment to elevating popular music beyond paint-by-numbers sounds and plugin packs, METER MOBB music is defined by it’s rich musical textures, live instrumentation, and a genre-mixing balance of retro and future music that will make you dance and get stuck in your brain for days. We’re sorry. Follow us on social media.

METER MOBB has produced and worked with Too $hort, Dj Khaled, Schoolboy Q, and Aretha Franklin, Timbaland and V. Bozeman, among others.

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AllMusic verified credits for Meter Mobb
  • OBN Jay
  • OBN Jay
  • Mercy Collazo
  • Mercy Collazo

I was the Producer, engineer, mix & master in this production

Terms Of Service

5 Revisions, 24-48 hours turn around time.

GenresSounds Like
  • E- 40
  • Chris Brown
  • Calvin Harris
Gear Highlights
  • Logic
  • Pro Tools
  • Fruity Loops
  • Nexus
  • Omnisphere
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