Watch A Beyoncé Collaborator Use L.A.’s Streets to Make a Beat

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MELO-X, a producer who worked on “Hold Up” and “Sorry” from Beyoncé’s Lemonade, as well sound-designing for her live shows and other releases, makes a beat as he walks (and Ubers) around Los Angeles. Rather than using more traditional instruments and recording studios, the sounds of city become his musical palette and his iPhone becomes his workshop.

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Watch A Beyoncé Producer Use L.A.’s Streets to Make Beats