Paul Cabbin Sees Recent Success with G-Eazy and Chris Brown

Paul Cabbin Slept On Sunday

Paul Cabbin Sees Recent Success with G-Eazy and Chris Brown

Slept On Sunday shines a light on the best of what’s slept on in music and culture.

Maintaining Momentum

California-born musician/producer Paul Cabbin fiercely closed out the 2010s with credits on some of hip-hop and R&Bs biggest names, and it’s looking like this decade will be no different.

For example, In 2017 he had credits on Chris Brown’s “Heartbreak on a Full Moon”. Then in 2019 he helped produce 2 Chainz and Ariana Grande’s big hit “Rule The World”. Last year he was all over the place producing for artists like Wiz Khalifa, Teyana Taylor, French Montana, and T.I.

Now, only 2 months in to 2021, he’s keeping his foot on the gas and pushing that momentum forward with 2 huge placements on G-Eazy and Chris Brown’s “Provide”, and Eric Bellinger’s most recent project “1-800-HIT-EAZY”.


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What Does Paul Cabbin Have In His Tool Belt?

Paul Cabbin is a musician at heart. At a young age, he was introduced to the drums through the church, and later the keys. After downloading a free version of Fruity Loops though, he’s never looked back.

Nowadays his primary production studio is Maschine. In a 2016 interview with Airbit, he shared that he learned about Maschine at its conception and is now the one piece of production equipment he could not live without.

He also gives some great advice on how to sell beats successfully. You can check out the whole interview here.

Paul Cabbin producing on Maschine
Paul Cabbin producing on Maschine

Musicianship First

In a 2016 interview with Maschine Masters Cabbin classified his sound and style as very musical. “My sound is more musical,” he said, “More chords, more melodies. I rely more on that than the actual drums.”

He notes gospel as being a major influence on his style, alongside hip-hop and R&B. One of the first questions of the interview he answered rather swiftly. Saying that as a musician gospel has been a big influence on him because “That’s where the chords are.”

For more on his influences and style watch the full interview here.

Paul Cabbin: Silent But Deadly

While you may have not heard of Paul Cabbin before today, he is killing the game. The more you look into his career the more credits you find. He’s been off to an amazing start this year with 2 huge placements, and there’s no doubt this will continue for the foreseeable future.

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