CriptiC Beatz, the young producer with influences as such from Swedish House Mafia, Zomboy, Vexare, Pendulum, Skrillex, Lucas McManus, Tut Tut Child, Datsik, Deadmau5, Avicii, and Peg Board Nerds. This prodigy never seizes to amaze with his massive sound production accompanied by catchy atmospheric synths and extremely heavy drops. Starting at the age of only 16 years old, this Eastern United States raised kid has recently moved to California where his production of electronic music started. Being taught the ropes by the unique producer Lucas McManus, CriptiC quickly caught on, as his background of years in Band class at his middle school allowed him to grasp the basics with ease. Previous to joining his peers in his band class that taught him these fundamentals of music, CriptiC had been tapping out tunes for years as his father being in the drum line in his younger years, the influence gave CriptiC an edge on holding the ear of his audience which is his knack for immaculate percussion production. In addition to percussion, CriptiC had a liking for playing the guitar as well, and was even jamming out his own tunes by the age of 11 with influences such as Bullet for My Valentine, Three Days Grace, Blink 182, and Green Day. Coming from a broken home this kid has a story to tell, and he’s doing it in a way most people would never dream of being able to do especially at his age. Watch out mainstream artists, this kid just might steal the spot light and I can imagine you’d have quite a difficult time getting it back. Casey Wilson, otherwise known as CriptiC Beatz, is set to release his first album within this year entitled “Out of Darkness” be sure to keep an ear out for this kid, it is extremely likely he is about to set a new standard for the electronic music industry.
Comments by CriptiC Beatz
@ce-tified1: Thanks :D
this is dope bro
Thanks! Be sure to check out Techtonic when it comes out, which should be soon
Hey man, i have this song mixed in with a bunch of monstercat songs in a liked playlist. And when it came to this song i thought it was a song that monstercat uploaded. (That's a good thing) Keep it up man. Love it!
Nice transition, very smooth
This sounds sick
@thelucasmcmanus: Yea I went back to that remake and added some tweaks and got this :D
This is pretty good, I am also fairly new to producing. Its been about 10 months since I started. I have been producing Dubstep and other stuff from that genre with my own style. I just recently started doing some rap beats. Go ahead and check out some of my stuff. It may inspire you :D Keep it up.