A peek behind the curtain at the Slang Music Group recording studio.
The Slang Music Group are Chicago based music producers that specialize in creating remix and original music for television commercials, artists, film, and gaming.
Noted for achievements in house music, owner/producer Vince Lawrence has created a destination for electronic music makers of every genre.
The Slang Musicgroup has multiple producer/artists and we have recieved many RIAA Gold & Platinum awards. Recently, our remix artists have worked for top selling acts such as Pink, Johnathan Davis(KORN), R. Kelly, Enrique Iglesias, Wylef Jean and John Legend to name a few. Along with music for commercials, members of The Slang MusicGroup have also been working with burgeoning new talent from all over the world.
By being a part of underground culture, The Slang Musicgroup understands underground culture. By nature, surrounding ourselves with artists that are highly creative and ride the wave of current trends. This booklet is our first, and designed to be a quick view at our joy in the process of magic in the making .
Vince Lawrence is an internationally recognized innovator in dance music. Industry insiders recognize Vince as co-author of the first recording officially designated "house music". Credited with the initial organization of Trax Records, the seminal Chicago House label, Lawrence has exposed some of the dance world's greatest prodigies, including Marshall Jefferson (Move your Body-THE HOUSE MUSIC ANTHEM.), Adonis, Farley Jackmaster Funk, and Jesse Saunders while inspiring many others. Vince and his team have filled the major labels need for great remixes, providing chart topping work for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Whitney Houston, Beyonce, R Kelly, John Legend, and many others. As founder of Chicago's Slang Musicgroup, Lawrence has evolved from artist and producer to entrepreneur and marketer. Above all, he is a veteran of the street with an intuitive understanding of what youth culture craves, be it style and music or consumer products that he telegraphs to the street through soundtrac