Regardless of what you call him; Nate ThaGreat, Nate, or 808N8, 23-year-old Nate Thomas out of Kansas City, Kansas makes music in every aspect of the word. Being both a Producer and CoWriter, Thomas can fashion songs comprised of mesmerizing melodies, booming bass, and of course, lovable lyrics. In recent years, rather than creating music he’s focused on learning and honing his talent. Along with him studying music, Nate’s been learning how to become a phenomenal father to two bright young minds; molding them for the better. Nate Thomas hopes to work with upcoming recording artist and is already working towards that goal by assisting various Kansas City rappers/singers with their projects. Amongst this list are renowned KC artists such as Campaign Maka, Ceej, Jojo Ali, $an Kofa, etc. The difference in these artists further validates Thomas’s versatility when it comes to being able to produce; skilled in trap style beats, yet, able to switch it up completely and go conscious. Last spring, Nate released his first single “I Feel Fine” revealing to us that he can do more than just produce and co-write, but that he can perform as well. “I Feel Fine” is a song that explores relationships, mistakes, and becoming a better person due to learning from those mistakes. Nate discusses losing a relationship that meant a lot to him and how even though it may hurt, he’ll focus on the betterment of himself because it’s “your life to live,” and live is exactly what you should do. Although Hip-Hop is the main genre he creates for, Thomas ultimately intends on producing for other genres in addition to Hip-Hop. Let us reiterate once again; Nate Thomas is more than just a producer! Also a great networker, Thomas will work with you and create a bond whether you’re a Rapper, Singer, Producer, or an Engineer; it simply doesn’t matter. His sole purpose is to be the creative bridge between lyrics and sound. “I never want to be labeled as just a producer, I want to be a person that can make something from nothing with others so that others can enjoy.” Nate Thomas has been finding his sound and he’ll soon take the spotlight with “Going Rogue,” a project he currently has in the works that’ll give us a more in-depth look at who he truly is. When you hear the “Nate is able to call his own shots,” at the beginning of an instrumental, know it won’t be the last time you hear it. Always move #CloserToYourDreams
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