A musician is more than just an individual with an aficionado for making and selling music. He is an observer. He is proactive. He is a commander of his craft, a virtuoso. He is a soloist and a band, all at once. An artist is his producer, his colleagues, and his enemies. He is his success and his failure. He is resilient and driven. He is zealous without even realizing it. Long Island native Joseph Ayindé Hye still hasn’t caught on yet.
A self-taught producer, Ayindé has developed an extensive collection of original and sampled beats. He’s written several R&B songs and worked with local on-campus artists to promote them. The collegiate atmosphere has allowed Ayindé to team up with other artists—rappers, singers and producers alike—to create a team of unsigned talent all focused (and fully capable) of capturing the attention of music lovers on campus, online and abroad.