New Video from Producer Spyder Raw & Country Goldd “Don’t Do That”

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Producer Spyder Raw, born Marcel Simmons, has had music running through his veins for as long as he can remember. Based in the Windy City, he established Raw Dogg Raw Music to scout and cultivate talent that embodies the real hustle of the hip-hop scene. From rapper to CEO, Producer Spyder Raw, brought with him the vision of remaining independent while still working with a major record label for worldwide distribution. From there, Raw Dogg Raw Music hit a winning streak securing awards for “2010 Best New Artist” at the Chicago Hip Hop Awards and “2010 Best New Mix Tape” at Chicago’s annual Rapper’s Ball. After nearly 17 years in the industry, Raw Dogg Raw Music is ready to break out new talent like Country Goldd and 071 Pierre to represent the next generation of artists from Chicago.
 
From coworkers to collaboration partners, Producer Spyder Raw and Country Goldd have come a long way from time spent in the office break room. In their latest hit, “Pass Me Another Drink,” the duo celebrate their victorious rise to making their dreams a reality. Sit back, relax with friends, and pour up a drink to this dance party anthem that is sure to set the right mood for any gathering. The music video has Producer Spyder Raw stepping up the mic to lay down some heavy bars that set the groundwork for Country Goldd’s bold lyricism to shine. The bass bumping beat and electronic textures will have you hitting the dance floor with a drink in hand, ready to say cheers to the good life.

When did you start making music, and when did you know you wanted to pursue a career making and producing music?

I started making music when I was 12. My dad was a guitarist. He played for The Staple Singers, The Chi-Lites, and Gene Chandler to name a few. When I was 12, I went to visit him in Mississippi. I had no interest in doing music. He forced me to write my first rap. I mean he broke me down in the studio. So much so, I cried. He taught me how to annunciate, pronounce, and use energy when I rap in the studio. He would say things like “When you’re in front of a microphone, it’s different than when you talk. If you’re going to say the word “that”, you have to pronounce the last letter in that word. For example, thaT.“ We spent about 3 hours in the studio that day. When It was done I had a song called “DJ’s”. It was terrible, by today’s standards, but the kids in school loved it. That’s when I knew I wanted to do music.

What was your motivation for founding Raw Dogg Raw Music, and what is it like being in charge of your own record label while maintaining your presence as an artist?

I was getting older, I got a job, and the record companies were not looking at me. The ones that did, took my money. I saw an interview where a rapper said “Nobodys going to help you make it until you don’t need them” I felt I was good enough. So, I decided to start my own label. I knew l wouldn’t focus on myself as well as I would for another artist. Plus, I didn’t have any artists. I met Country Goldd at work. He was 6 years out of prison. He said he couldn’t rap. I told him not to worry about it. My beats are so good, people won’t care . In 2010 I came up with an Idea for a song called “Pass me another drink”. I didn’t make the track until 2020. We went to the studio and made it happen.

What was your inspiration for “Pass Me Another Drink”? What story are you aiming to share with your audience in your latest release?

The idea came from Trey Songz “Bottoms Up”. I like the way that song made me want to party and have a good time. I want people to enjoy who they are. Love yourself. I know depression and life problems can happen. Party with us! Forget about your problems and have a good time is the message I’m trying to say

How did you and Country Goldd make this collaboration happen?

It wasn’t really hard. One thing I like about working with a new artist is they listen. A new artist doesn’t have an opinion on how things should go. So if I said let’s say HEY, HEY, HEY in the background (which you can hear it in the song) there is not a lot of resistance. We made it happen with cooperation. He didn’t want me to film him in the studio, but he let me.

I wanted him to put more energy in his verse after the first take and he did it. We did it together.

How do your talents complement one another, making “Pass Me Another Drink” such an outstanding new track?

He’s the rapper and I’m the producer. We both need each other. Not just musically but in life too. I feel like God sent me an additional brother.

What is it about “Pass Me Another Drink” that you think your fans and followers will love and appreciate the most?

The song can make you want to party. I had a DJ tell me that he loves the song because he could play it at his barbecue. He didn’t have to worry about profanity.

I had a curator say “I loved the song the first time I heard it” So for me, the fans can appreciate the fact that they can play it in front of their loved ones without any backlash.

I had a senior citizen tell me, “I don’t like rap, but I like that song”

What other exciting plans do you have for 2022?

Country Gold and I are working on a song entitled “Level Up”. To be truthful , it’s not as good as “Pass Me Another Drink” BUT! It’s one of those songs that will grow on you. I know it’s a hit. It’s going to take a lot more promotion. You can check out the rough draft here.

Follow Producer Spyder Raw:

https://www.facebook.com/ProducerSpyderRaw/
https://twitter.com/SpyderRaw
https://www.instagram.com/producerspyderraw/

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One thought on “New Video from Producer Spyder Raw & Country Goldd “Don’t Do That”

  1. These two are the real deal. They got the vibe for the ladies and the real Niggas in the streets and pass me another bottle is a BANGER.

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