Cortez Farris
Cortez Farris
New York City, New York, United States
Member Since: 2015
   Last Login: 11/18/2017

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AMMPP is an elite private apprentice program founded by professional Producers and Engineers with over 20 years of experience in the recording industry.
Founder and Lead Mentor Cortez Farris has worked as an Engineer and Producer on music projects around the world, working with the music industries top names such as: Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Lil' Kim, Method Man, Swizz Beats and many more. Cortez was awarded a Multi-Platinum Record by the RIAA for his engineering work on The Black Eyed Peas "Elephunk" album, and has received many more awards over the course of his career. Cortez worked as an Engineer at the World-Famous Hit Factory Studios in New York City for many years, as well as Sound on Sound Studios. After moving to Atlanta, Cortez founded AMMPP as a way to mentor those who aspire to be Engineers and Producers.



Chief posted over 30 days ago to Cortez Farris

give me a call, we got to get this merchandise together

Hart Brothers posted over 30 days ago to Cortez Farris

Hi Cortez, Buddy Hart from the hart Brothers back in May you selected one of our tunes for a project you were working on. You said the ad would run in the fall. Haven't heard any more on the status of the project. Thanks Buddy Hart

Chief posted over 30 days ago

yo checkout this new style I dropped on in the wind
in my song list

Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago to Cortez Farris

Dear Mr. Cortez Farris, we saw your Profile page on Broad Jam & it looked extremely interesting!! We are published songwriters and member of BMI. We have had two songs "These Blues" & "Can She Leave It Alone" in an Indie Film that presently appears on the Internet,"Port City". It's pretty funny, you should check it out! We also had one tune on the T.V. series South of Nowhere, "These Blues". Then around 2002, we released a Country album entitled, Songs of the Corey's & D. Kahler/Sung by Buddy Jewell, it was picked up for National Distribution. Buddy Jewell was the first winner of the Nashville Star and was later picked up by Sony Records. Buddy had the number One Hit Song, "Help Pour Out The Rain". We don't mean to bore you with our back story, but thought it might possibly perk your interest in going to our Broad Jam Site, Marg & Art Corey.
If you have time, we'd be honored to have you give our compositions a quick listen!
Margie & Art Corey/BMI


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