We’re excited to announce the one-and-only Kenny Beats as Splice’s first-ever Artist in Residence.
Tainy, Taiko, and Kat Dahlia dive even deeper into the origins of reggaeton, where it stands today, and where it’s headed tomorrow.
Tainy, Lao Ra, Taiko, and Erick Bardales tell us about the role reggaeton has played throughout their personal and creative lives and how they see the genre evolving.
Producers Nick Papz and Xander give us an exclusive inside look into how the beat for Meek Mill’s “Sharing Locations (feat. Lil Baby & Lil Durk)” was constructed.
Leading sample label AudeoBox (Jaden Smith, Kehlani, Coca-Cola) has teamed up with Splice for the first season of In The Box—watch the fifth episode now.
The members of End of the World dive into their beginnings, how they reinvented their creative process from their work as SEKAI NO OWARI, future aspirations, and more.
Parris Bowens II was a pioneering producer and instrumentalist who inspired countless musicians, both within and far beyond the gospel community.
Oliver sat down with us to discuss how he constructs loops, his latest sample pack, the drums in Doja Cat’s “Say So,” and more.
Madame Gandhi tells us about her creative process, approach to sound design, advice for other producers, and more.
Learn about how artists, venues, and booking agencies have responded to the gradual return of live music, and what they hope to see change in the future.
Multi-platinum producer Murda Beatz (Drake, Migos) shares his creative insights and kicks off a beat battle featuring cash prizes, direct feedback, and more.
Learn about how Korean musician, songwriter, and producer Seo Taiji combatted censorship and shaped the landscape of popular music.