Tuesday, September 10, 2013


The young production duo Da Internz pride themselves on their inability to be boxed in musically. Marcos “Kos” Palacios and Ernest “Tuo” Clark have produced for some of the biggest rappers and pop-stars on the planet and they refuse to be restricted to one genre. Rather than let others label their music, they’ve decided to do it themselves and have come up with their own term for their sound: Gourmet Ratchet.
Gourmet Ratchet stems from the combination of Kos’s extensive classical music background and Tuo’s lifelong study of production greats like Teddy Riley, Rodney Jerkins, and The Neptunes. In their words, the music they make is “Ratchet club shit, but it’s on a whole other level if you appreciate and understand music and have fine taste.” What are some examples of this fine art club music mishmash, you ask? Mega hits like Big Sean’s “Dance (A$$)” and Rihanna’s “Birthday Cake” and more recently the early favorite for the next single off of Sean’s second album, “MILF.”

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