9 Popular Music Producers Who Use FL Studio

FL Studio has never really got the respect it deserves. One comment I tend to see all over the web is “I don’t respect point and click music producers”.  It’s not about the software or equipment a music producer uses, it’s about the skill level that has been developed by the music producer to create a great song.

9 Music Producers Who Use FL Studio

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Hit-Boy

Produced for Kid Cudi, Kanye West & Jay Z, Lil Wayne, Eminem, 50 cent, Mary J Blige, Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Justin Bieber.

Music Producers Who Use FL Studio

9th Wonder

Produced for Jay Z, Little Brother, Destiny’s Child. 9th Wonder has moved on to the MPC, but let’s not forget what he started on.

Music Producer - 9th Wonder

Jahlil Beats

Produced for Meek Mill , Chris Brown, Lil Wayne,Tyga, Soulja Boy, Jae Millz, Vado, Lil Kim, Cory Gunz, Jim Jones.

Music Producer - Jahlil Beats

Boi-1da

Produced for Drake, Tyga, The Game, Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Big Sean, Keri Hilson, Flo Rida, Cassidy

Music Producer - Boi-1da

Soulja Boy

Produced for Himself. Check out one of the most hated on videos I have posted on Hip Hop Makers –  “Soulja Boy Shows How He Made Some of His Hits in Fruity Loops

Soulja Boy

Alex da Kid

Produced for Nicki Minaj, B.o.B., Eminem , Rihanna , Diddy , Lupe Fiasco, Machine Gun Kelly.

Music Producer - Alex da Kid

MdL

Produced for Justin Bieber, Cee Lo Green, B.o.B, Mike Posner, Maroon 5.

Music Producer - MdL

Ayo the Producer

Produced for Lil Wayne, Drake, Rick Ross, Tyga, Drake, Diddy, Meek Millz.

Music Producer - Ayo the Producer

Lex Luger

Produced for Rick Ross, Kanye West & Jay Z, Fabolous, Snoop Dogg.

Music Producer - Lex Luger

Please note there are a lot more music producers who use FL Studio, these are just a few.

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39 Comments

  1. I thought this was a section of popular producers.

    These guys are a bunch of lame dicks.

    1. I’ve been using FL Studio since version 6. What’s kept me such a long time user is that FL Studio has always seemed to be at least one step ahead of the other major DAWS, either, if not in terms of capability, then in terms of user friendliness.

      For example, I remember before I started using FL Studio, when I was still deciding which DAW I wanted to settle on, Reason did NOT allow ANY audio recording and REQUIRED a HARDWARE midi controller to trigger sounds.

      This was back in 2004 (Reason was at version 3). Fast forward a few years and Reason was STILL playing catch up, as it didn’t implement “block” pattern sequencing until version 5.

      Of course, pattern based sequencing SHOULD have been a “no brainer” included from day one, since the MPC units have ALWAYS featured pattern based sequencing.

      It wasn’t until Reason realized that FL Studio had become WIDELY popular, one major reason being PATTERN based sequencing, that it decided to follow Imageline’s example and finally include their “blocks” sequencing option, as well as audio recording.

      FL Studio is also SO easy to use, that as we can see, even middle school kids can learn the basics of the program in a matter of weeks and start cranking out some SERIOUS sounds. Nearly ALL of today’s most popular producers using FL Studio are YOUNG kids, most of whom are either STILL in high school or just graduated.

      For me, FL Studio REALLY is “the FASTEST way from your brain to your speakers.”

  2. Some times the limits aren’t of the software but they do are personal limit, the person who is working with FL Studio don’t know all the things e features that program has…

  3. THESES PRODUCERS GOT SUM HEAT !!!!THIS IS A JOB IT SHOULD NEVER BE PERSONAL IT’s JUST ABOUT GOOD MUSIC

  4. Who care’s what they use to me the akai mpc is still king it started the holl game for producer’s its not what music is made with its how you finish but when its all said and done lets look back on those song’s and see which stood the test of time like the early classic i don’t think they will!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  5. it’s not the software or equipment that makes the man it’s the man behind the software and the equipment and with the exception of souja boy the rest of these cats bring heat

  6. I use reason 6.5 and pro tools 9 FL ok I know cats that make some hot joints on it

  7. I’m done being a hater. It really doesn’t matter what you use, its all about how creative you can be using it. If you make dope beats you make dope beats. I have tried a lot of different software and hardware and after doing my research, Maschine and FL studios hands down is the best.

  8. man,cats got it all twisted.for making beats,FLstudio is the best out there followed by reason.but when it now comes to mixing and adding effects ,Pro tools or even Cubase are the best.

  9. @Sedric you a hater, all of this guys are in big as studios, getting paper and P***Y that your ass will neva get and that is the reason y you calling them lame.Some of these guyz are geniuses.

  10. these are not lame producers!!!boi1da,lex luger!!come on they are good producers.ps. hitboy is at the top right now…

  11. It’s not the program you use that matters, it’s what you put in it that does. Don’t use crappy samples. Know how to work your vSTi synths. Know them inside and out and know how to make any effect on them that you’d like. It’s better to have 1 or 2 synths and know them inside and out then to have 10 good synths and just use non edited presets. and learn everything you can about mixing, layering, acoustics, compressors, EQ, delays, reverbs, etc….

  12. It’s the Producer, he/she is the one with the creativity behind the project….The software gives u the chance to express ur creative imagination

  13. I also use FL Studio and to me it is the best, its not about the program but the one who is using it, how creative the person and the knowledge !

    1. I’ve been using FL Studio since version 6. What’s kept me such a long time user is that FL Studio has always seemed to be at least one step ahead of the other major DAWS, either, if not in terms of capability, then in terms of user friendliness.

      For example, I remember before I started using FL Studio, when I was still deciding which DAW I wanted to settle on, Reason did NOT allow ANY audio recording and REQUIRED a HARDWARE midi controller to trigger sounds.

      This was back in 2004 (Reason was at version 3). Fast forward a few years and Reason was STILL playing catch up, as it didn’t implement “block” pattern sequencing until version 5.

      Of course, pattern based sequencing SHOULD have been a “no brainer” included from day one, since the MPC units have ALWAYS featured pattern based sequencing.

      It wasn’t until Reason realized that FL Studio had become WIDELY popular, one major reason being PATTERN based sequencing, that it decided to follow Imageline’s example and finally include their “blocks” sequencing option, as well as audio recording.

      FL Studio is also SO easy to use, that as we can see, even middle school kids can learn the basics of the program in a matter of weeks and start cranking out some SERIOUS sounds. Nearly ALL of today’s most popular producers using FL Studio are YOUNG kids, most of whom are either STILL in high school or just graduated.

      For me, FL Studio REALLY is “the FASTEST way from your brain to your speakers.”

      1. It reminds me of MTV Music Generator back in 99 when I was 12′ & like u said middle school kids grasped quickly. People laughed at Generator but FL is the same but better. The difference is I went from a Playstation to a PC, LOL!

  14. Am not yet a producer but a gifted artist (painter)& music lover, it was in 2007 when I first got my eyes (not ears) on FL, the experience was like fire meeting gasoline. as an artist I knew this as an opportunity for me to make music with ear/eye attention and all thanks go to all the people behind these programs. Remember its the attitude that must be sharpened not the axe. FL is only the axe

  15. IMA beast at fl studio.. Prlly could be on this list but I’m local in Indiana..

  16. FL studio have being serving world wide and it will still continue to served kudos to the software manufacture for creating a platform that enable people to display their in build portential.