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  We Listened To The New Linkin Park Album And
JunkeeWe Listened To The New Linkin Park Album And It's As Bad As Everyone SaysJunkeeWhat's most interesting about this is one of the song's co-writers is JR Rotem – you may remember him from such audio stamps as “J-J-J-JR” and bangers like Jason Derulo's first couple of singles. What happened? Was he busy on his iPhone or something?Linkin Park Scores Sixth No. 1 Album on Billboard 200 Chart With 'One More Light'Billboardall 35 news articles »
Posted on 30 May 2017 | 7:25 pm
  High Throughput Screening – Accelerating
Technology NetworksHigh Throughput Screening – Accelerating drug discovery effortsTechnology NetworksMacarron, R., Banks, M. N., Bojanic, D., Burns, D. J., Cirovic, D. A., Garyantes, T., ... & Schopfer, U. (2011). Impact of high-throughput screening in ... Guo, M. T., Rotem, A., Heyman, J. A., & Weitz, D. A. (2012). Droplet microfluidics for high ...
Posted on 26 May 2017 | 1:51 am
  Linkin Park team up with Justin Bieber
Herald SunLinkin Park team up with Justin Bieber songwriters | Herald SunHerald SunLINKIN Parks frontman Chester Bennington isnt bothered if you hate his bands new pop direction.and more »
Posted on 17 May 2017 | 5:01 am
  Record Producer J.R. Rotem on 'Powerful'
VarietyRecord Producer J.R. Rotem on 'Powerful' Music of 'Empire,' Singer ...VarietyWhen it comes to recording music, the producer can be just as important to the sound of the track as the songwriter. And when they're the same guy, that person ...and more »
Posted on 26 July 2016 | 12:44 pm
  JR Rotem on breaking free from his classical
CBC.caJR Rotem on breaking free from his classical and jazz rootsCBC.caFrom classical and jazz, to pop and hip-hop — producer and songwriter J.R. Rotem knows his music. Rotem started out as a classically trained pianist before falling for jazz when he attended Berklee College of Music, but it was his yearning to leave an ...
Posted on 7 June 2016 | 5:31 am
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  'Empire' Star Jussie Smollett Reveals
The music is a little bit more aggressive, if you will. We have such dope people working with us right now: Ne-Yo, Swizz Beatz, Jim Beanz, Timbaland, J.R. Rotem. I have been writing more, and I did get some of my songs in there so far. [Empire creators ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 5:09 am
  Teyana Taylor Brings Back The 90’s With
This is straight up 90’s vibes. The five-track EP doesn’t feature any guest appearances, but it does boast production credits from Kanye West, Da Internz, J.R. Rotem, and even Teyana’s bae – NBA player Iman Shumpert. You can catch Teyana on tour in ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 9:11 am
  Teyana Taylor – The Cassette Tape 1994
The five-track set features production from Kanye West ("Your Wish"), Da Internz ("Touch Me") and J.R. Rotem ("Undercover"), plus an appearance from her boyfriend, Iman Shumpert of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 2:47 am
  Teyana Taylor “The Cassette Tape 1994”
Well, it’s finally here. The five-track EP doesn’t feature any guest appearances, but it does boast production credits from Kanye West, Da Internz, J.R. Rotem, and even Teyana’s bae – NBA player Iman Shumpert. You can catch Teyana on tour in a city ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 12:05 am
  New Mixtape: Teyana Taylor – ‘The
s “Anniversary” and Bell Biv DeVoe’s “Poison.” The five-track collection also features production from Kanye West (“Your Wish”), Da Internz (“Touch Me”), and J.R. Rotem (“Undercover”), plus an appearance from her boyfriend ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 6:00 pm
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  sonikmusicnet: Now playing: Sean Kingston -
s~*ikmusicnet: Now playing: Sean Kingst~* - Sean Kingst~* - Wrap U Around Me (Prod. By J.R. Rotem) ( 2oo ~* S~*ik Radio
Posted on 23 June 2017 | 8:36 am
  KeithNgesiRadio: #NowPlaying Beautiful Girls
KeithNgesiRadio: #NowPlaying Beautiful Girls [Prod. by J^@~athan J.R. Rotem] - Sean Kingst^@~
Posted on 23 June 2017 | 8:36 am
  loudpack_radio: 50 Cent - Position Of Power
loudpack_radio: 50 Cent - Positi^ Of Power (Prod. By J.R. Rotem) #np ^ Loudpack Z^e #Radio https://t.co/BzkP1wePzH
Posted on 23 June 2017 | 8:36 am
  TheOfficeMix: #NowPlaying Pieces [J.R. Rotem
TheOfficeMix: #NowPlaying Pieces [J.R. Rotem Radio Mix] by @ThisIsRobThomas Listen &! Tunein https://t.co/LVHjCJKZ1D or Direct:… https://t.co/vKi5JicFbj
Posted on 23 June 2017 | 8:36 am
  Deep_LDN: #NowPlaying Private Show [Prod.
Deep_LDN: #NowPlaying Private Show [Prod. J.R. Rotem] by L*&*^ny Breaux #Listen here: https://t.co/HwTNUWPlnx #DeepLDN #Radio
Posted on 23 June 2017 | 8:36 am
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  Resolved Question: How would you rate these
Here is my opinion of 11 music producers currently in the game: • Swizz Beatz o I like his production style, especially his trademark bells, whistles, claps, and some weird sound effect (many consider this trait annoying) although many say that he has fallen off in terms of quality and is now overrated. Songs can be repetitive, but are always energetic and up-tempo.  Party Up (Up In Here), On to the Next One, I Can Transform Ya • Polow Da Don o My favorite music producer. He can produce everything from epic, synth-heavy arrangements to slow-burning instrumentals to silky-smooth, R&B-flavored production (to name just a few). Polow's mastery at melding synths, drum arrangements and sample selections is pretty awesome. There’s an impressive consistency to Polow Da Don’s production extending beyond a signature sound. His beats hit more than miss, in my opinion and he is arguably the most versatile producer out there.  Promise, Runaway Love, Boy Looka Here, Crying Out For Me, Turnin’ Me On, Hero, Love In This Club, Drop It Low, Lil Freak • Mannie Fresh o He’s fallen off in recent years, but his signature ‘Southern bounce’ style used to dominate the radio airwaves. His production has always been a ‘hit-or-miss’ for me: some of his beats are good, while others I don't lik. It all depends on the listener’s taste.  Still Fly, Go DJ, Big Things Poppin’ (Do It) • Akon o I like his production, as his songs typically have a light, ‘airy’ feel to them as a result of the various synth sounds he employs.  Lonely, Soul Survivor, The Sweet Escape, Don’t Matter, Right Now (Na Na Na) • Bangladesh o Also another personal favorite. The vast majority of his songs are ideal for cruising in your car, as they are on the slow side yet have a very heavy bass line (even more so than Timbaland). His productions typically sound 'wet and muddled' as opposed to 'dry and grimy'. Not necessarily a bad thing.  A Milli, Break Up, Lemonade, Did It On ‘Em, 6 Foot 7 Foot • J.R. Rotem o Yet another one of my personal favorites (up there with Polow and Bangladesh). He makes beats that adapt to the artist he produces for, and I usually can’t tell if he handled a song unless he has his ‘J-J-J-J-J-R’ tag on it. Whether fast or slow, I am a big fan of his refined, clean-sounding production sound. You will like his songs on the first listen.  Push It, The Boss, Bust It Baby (Pt. 2), Whatcha Say, Fly • The Runners o Many songs produced by The Runners have an epic-sounding tone to them, such as “Go Getta”. But their slower songs tend to sound mellow and soulful, such as “Hey Daddy (Daddy’s Home)”. In my experiences, songs produces by The Runners take a couple listens until they grow on you.  Hustlin’, Go Getta, Hey Daddy (Daddy’s Home) • Tha Bizness o While their slow R&B beats are some of the best I have heard, the faster ones meant to have some sort of rap on them have much to be desired as they tend to sound rushed, sloppy, and underproduced. They try to add in too many instruments and when you listen to it, the beat sounds overly crowded (listen to "Strip").  No B.S., Every Girl, Strip • Boi-1da o His beats would best be described as ‘smacky’ because the drums are loud and always hit you hard.  Best I Ever Had, Forever, Over, Not Afraid, Speakers Going Hammer • Drumma Boy o I like his beats, but he sounds a lot like Just Blaze (not that that’s a bad thing).  Shawty, Lose My Mind, No Hands • Lex Luger o Whenever you see his name in song credits, it will more than likely be a guaranteed club-banger. I like his production style (which contains a lot of bass and modern sounds), but he is slightly overrated in my opinion. If you would take any 10 of his beats, five would probably sound the same. I usually associate him with Waka Flocka Flame and Rick Ross, as these are two artists he commonly produces for.  Hard in da Paint, BMF, H.A.M., Hustle Hard, Grove St. Party I went in to more detail with the 11 producers I believe are the biggest names today, but here are my own ranking of 33 big producers (not necessarily a 'Top 33' list). I did not rank Kanye West, Timbaland, or The Neptunes because they are simply too good:) : 1. Polow Da Don 2. J.R. Rotem 3. Bangladesh 4-T. Jim Jonsin 4-T. Scott Storch 5-T. Akon 5-T. Kane Beatz 6. J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League 7. Jermaine Dupri 8. Lex Luger 9. Drumma Boy 10. Just Blaze 11. Swizz Beatz 12. Boi-1da 13. The Runners 14. Nitti 15. Lil' Jon 16. Tha Bizness 17. Hit-Boy 18. Will.i.am 19. The-Dream 20. T-Pain 21. DJ Khalil 22. Kevin "K-Mac" McCall 23. Cool & Dre 24. Ryan Leslie 25. Danja 26. DJ Toomp 27. Mannie Fresh 28. Soulja Boy 29. Jazze Pha 30. Ron Browz 31. David Banner NOTE: I like all the producers on this list, as I understand that it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to get where they are. I am judging these producers by their most popular hits, as I do not know EVERY song they have worked on. Opinions?
Posted on 31 May 2012 | 3:04 am
  Resolved Question: What is the
I used to think that it was in Jason DeRulo songs. For example, Watcha Say. But then I heard it in Fly by Nicki Minaj feat. Rihanna. Does anyone know what I'm talking about or what that is haha. Thanks :)
Posted on 13 May 2012 | 7:38 am
  Resolved Question: List of songs by J.R.
Song that starts with j-j-j-j-j-r?
Posted on 19 May 2011 | 1:16 pm
  Open Question: What J.R rotem songs you
Plizzzz name all J.R Rotem songs you know Thnx in advance :) J.R Rotem is the producer of jason Derulo's songs and another hip hop and R&B artists
Posted on 5 May 2011 | 1:48 am
  Resolved Question: At the beginning of some
I've noticed at the beginning of songs like replay and ridin solo, they say j-j-j-j-r before they start the first verse. What does it mean?
Posted on 12 October 2010 | 3:17 am

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