Rel McCoy

Hip hop. East Coast. Boom Bap from the consciousness.

a few beats for you to peep 🔊 Hit me with an email for pricing on beats, recording, mixing and mastering.

New single produced by my guy Peace 586

Stream A Different Crown

A Different Crown. That's my latest full length album out now on illect recordings. CLIK THE PIC TO STREAM

Stream A Different Crown

BIG thanks to The Ontario Arts Council for making this album possible!


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When I'm not on the road or working on my own music, I'm in the studio working with other artists, recording, producing, mixing and mastering. The Reservoir Studio is located in Brampton ON. but I also do a lot of collaborative work remotely with artists internationally. Drop me a message here for a quote on your project, and let's work!

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Here's my playlist dedicated to a few of hiphop's fallen soldiers. R.I.P. 🙏🏼

...Get Sum Drums...

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Lock & Load is a series of drum loops created with the producer in mind. Each volume has 25 different tempo labeled drum loops, along with their respective stems, yielding and assortment of kicks, snares, hi-hats and more. It’s designed fo you to drag and drop, mix and match to compile your own unique kits, or chop the original sounds in your own style.


"Since I first started sampling records back in the mid 90’s, I always wondered what it would be like to have the master tapes of some of the bands in my vinyl collection. What would it be like to chop the separated drums, layer the individual sounds back together, and form different loops that I could call my own? I took that idea and delivered it here in my own style, using the Emu SP1200, the Akai MPC3000 and MPC2500, and the Ensoniq ASR-X. Each drum sound was sampled from vinyl, layered, compressed, mixed and mastered. With today’s DAWs amazing time stretching and processing capabilities, and your unique ear and skills, the sky is really the limit with these loops! I hope you have fun using them as much as I did making them. Enjoy!"