How Meek Mill’s “Sharing Locations (feat. Lil Baby & Lil Durk)” was made

“This record that we got coming out right here—this shit is so crazy,” Nick Papz (Meek Mill, Rick Ross) tells us.

“I was just talking to Meek last night, like ‘Oh, you know this shit’s going to go three, four, five-times platinum…’ I think this is going to be the record that puts me on that pedestal to really elevate as a producer.”

The prolific beat maker crafted the instrumental for Meek Mill’s latest single “Sharing Locations (feat. Lil Baby & Lil Durk)” alongside his close collaborator Xander—take a listen below if you haven’t heard the track already:

In the video above, the two dive into the FL Studio session to give the Splice community an exclusive inside look into how the track was constructed. From hi-hat pattern creation to sound design for melodies, learn more about the techniques and tools used by some of today’s leading producers.

What’s your favorite aspect of the production behind “Sharing Locations?” Who do you want to see us feature on our YouTube channel next? Let us know in the comments below.

Incorporate some of the sounds used in “Sharing Locations” into your own productions via Capsun ProAudio’s sample pack:

August 28, 2021

Harrison Shimazu

Harrison Shimazu is a composer, content strategist, and writer who’s passionate about democratizing music creation and education. He leads the Splice blog and produces vocaloid music as Namaboku.