Murda Beatz releases his new song "Fortnite." An almost four-minute music video featuring the voices of Yung Bans, Ski Mask the Slump Dog, and Lil Yachty is now available via YouTube.
The music video for "Fortnite" is packed with vividly-colored animations and graphics. Still, photos of the artists and the music producer are also shown throughout the clip. The music video for Murda Beatz's new track was created by Jake Osmun.
Who Is Murda Beatz?
Murda Beatz is a Canadian music producer whose real name is Shane Lee Lindstrom. The songwriter from Ontario is best known for producing French Montana's hit song "No Shopping," as well as Gucci Mane's hit track "Back on Road." Murda Beatz has also produced songs for PartyNextDoor, Drake, Migos, Travis Scott, and more.
In 2016, he dropped his mixtape called Keep God First. The album featured the songs "Intro," "M&Ms," "Scorin'," "More," "Yacht Master," "Novacane," "She The Truth," "Drop Out," "Growth," "Cappin' N Shit," "Brown Money," "9 Times Out of 10," "Pop Off," "Hunnids," "I Just," and "Roller Coasters."
In April of this year, Murda Beatz released Bless Yo Trap, which featured the songs "123," "Big Dope," "Do Not Disturb," "Pockets," "Good Habits," "Mayo," "Pray," "Bumblebee," "Ways," "For the Gang," and "Wokstar."
The hip-hop producer is currently working on the follow-up to Keep God First, which will be fittingly called Keep God First 2. It will be released sometime this year.
Murda Beatz Talks About 'Nice For What'
In May, the producer talked about the making of Drake's hit song "Nice For What." The track managed to dethrone Childish Gambino's "This Is America" from the top of the music charts.
"I feel like music needed a record like 'Nice For What.' We are chilling at Drake's house playing [NBA 2K] and we came up with the idea to sample a female artist. So I asked my manager, 'Yo, what do you think?' He's like, 'Ex-Factor.' And Drake's like, 'Oh, what part?' And we picked the part, chopped it up, I made the beat while he was playing 2K," explained Murda Beatz.
"Nice For What" is included in Drake's Scorpion album, which was released on June 29.