Who is Hollywood Cole?
It’s all about producer tags. At best, they’re instantly recognizable, informal calls that spark anticipation for what’s next. Already know.
The aforementioned label is reminiscent of his classic ’90s sitcom His Martin, but none other than Hollywood, the property of his Cole property, burgeoning producer and native of Seattle, Washington. He has connections to both the West Coast through Virginia and the East Coast through his state of Virginia.
upbringing. After winning a beat battle at Wish Atlanta judged by Sonny Digital, Cole began networking with prominent Atlanta artists and producers, eventually leading to work with Quentin Miller and Dom Kennedy’s 2020 -Album. Got 4 beat finishes on Rap N-led rolls. A month or so after Wrap’n’Roll, Lil He worked with Drake and Wayne on the No Ceilings 3 track “B. King Freestyle,” which received accolades.
Since then, Hollywood Cole’s music has appeared on many important Hip-Hop albums and singles, including Isaiah Rashad’s “Lay Wit Ya” from The House Is Burning, G Herbo’s “Statement,” Latto’s “Wheelie” from the 777 album, which features 21 Savage, Buddy’s “Wait Too Long,” and J.I.D.’s “Sistanem” from The Forever Story.
Therefore, including Hollywood Cole in the most recent season of HNHH’s On The Come-Up was a no-brainer. Before the next batch of his mind-blowing beat placements is released, scroll down to get to know the amazing producer.