Nick Mira is an American hip-hop producer who is widely known as a member of the music collective Internet Money.
Mira has also worked with high-profile artists such as Yo Gotti, Trey Songz, and Xxxtentacion.
He was born on August 25th, 2000, in Virginia, USA.
Mira was a teen when he had commenced making music and had started rapping. In his words:
”I always grew up around music, and I was always playing the guitar.”
”Playing guitar was something I did for fun as a kid.”
In a different interview, he said:
”I’ve been making music my whole life. Ever since I was 5 years old, I picked up the guitar — just playing it not necessarily writing any songs.”
Mira later added:
”When I was 13, that’s when I picked up making beats.”
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In 2018, he produced and co-wrote 4 songs on Juice WRLD’s album Death Race for Love, including the single “Robbery.”
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Nick said he has similar musical backgrounds as Juice WRLD. Mira explained:
“Juice was influenced by heavy rock bands and hardcore. That was a lot of what I listened to growing up.”
He later added:
”That subconsciously goes into my music. Whenever I make that music, he makes more melodies and it blends together really well.”
In 2018, he produced two tracks (Lean Wit Me and All Girls Are the Same) that have reached a good spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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In 2019, Nick was accused of stealing the track for “Lean Wit Me.” Mire wrote on his Twitter account:
”Lean Wit Me was recorded from scratch by myself and only me. I played all the guitar myself and recorded the drums.”
In 2020, Nick produced “Righteous” — a song by rapper Juice Wrld.
In September 2020, he served as a co-producer on Machine Gun Kelly’s album ”Tickets to My Downfall.”
He was a composer, producer, or lyricist of songs like:
- Summer of Hip Hop;
- Death Race for Love;
- Nothings Ever Good Enough;
- Pimpin Ain’t Eazy;
- All Girls Are the Same;
- Nothing Breaks Like a Heart;
- Gnar Lif3;
- Rising Artists;
- Pain 2;
- Lucid Dreams;
- Goodbye & Good Riddance.
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When asked about which hip-hop producers or artists inspired him, Nick responded:
”I love Pharrell’s production and Kanye West, and producers like Metro Boomin, Sonny Digital and Lex Luger.”
Nick co-owns Internet Money Records with Taz Taylor. This YouTube channel has more than 272,000 subscribers. In 2018, this YouTube channel signed a joint venture deal with Interscope Records and Alamo Records.
Internet Money Records is an aggregator for producers and creatives as well as a medium for producers to sell beats.
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Taz Taylor is an American music producer from Jacksonville. It was Desiigner’s use of one of his beats that really helped him take off. Taylor was supposed to have a track on Trey Songz’s Trigga album, however, it was swapped out.
Taylor has been credited with producing for:
- BlocBoy JB;
- Lil Skies;
- Big Sean;
- Kodak Black;
- Trippie Redd;
- Chris Brown;
- Gucci Mane;
Taz’s Hollywood Hills house serves as a central hub for the producers to work together.
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During an interview, Taylor said:
“I was just thinking, what if I did a whole Internet Money house where all the producers have their own rooms and we’re just working 24/7 with a big ass studio?”
The mansion is like a teenage WeWork in which Internet Money Records are hard at work filming a reality series, conducts week-long seminars for aspiring producers, and creates production tutorials for YouTube.
Nick is acquainted with Lil Skies, an American rapper who is best known for singles such as Nowadays and Red Roses as well as for his debut mixtape, Life of a Dark Rose.
Skies was introduced to music by his father, who was also a rapper. Lil recorded his 1st song when he was four years old at Quatro Studios in Hagerstown. Skies has earned multiple cosigns from the CUFBOYS. Lil attended Shippensburg University, however, he dropped out upon gaining an audience on YouTube and SoundCloud.
Lil landed his big break when Cole Bennett released and directed his music video for “Red Roses.”
When asked about what producers and artists he is listening in his free time, Nick responded:
”A lot of Uzi, Trippie, Tracy, Peep, to be honest. Pierre [Bourne] has been one of my favorite producers the past few years, especially his work with Young Nudy.”
Mira later added:
”Outside of Hip-Hop, Pierce The Veil, Beach House, Sampha, Camila Cabello. I listen to a little bit of everything, just not country music.”
Nick Mira – Net Worth
Mira earned most of his wealth from selling beats to other artists. He even said during an interview that – ”as soon as I started making them (beats), I thought, I’m about to sell all my beats for 99 cents, make a bunch of money, and people are going to listen to them.”
Nick co-owns Internet Money Records, a YouTube channel that runs advertisements. Therefore, record producer Nick Mira has an estimated net worth of $0.5 million.
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