- May 29, 2018
-- Producer, Laquan Green of Toxic Productions is quickly earning his keep as a young producer on the rise. The 24-year old garnered major recognition as co-producer of Cardi B's singles "Bodak Yellow" and "Money Bag" (featured on her platinum debut album Invasion of Privacy). The accomplishment represented years of hard work for the versatile producer, who prides himself on his ability to transition from trap to folk with ease. Currently signed to Chicago-based production company, Toxic Productions (Twista/Faith Evans/Keyshia Cole), Green is currently being positioned for prominent success.
The Virginia-native has been immersed in music since childhood; mastering various instruments and dabbling in singing before landing on production. Green was introduced to the industry by his mentor, Everett Collins (Isley Brothers), and eventually teamed up with current manager, Fred "Toxic" Taylor. The young producer has also solidified a publishing deal thanks to a recently announced partnership between Toxic Productions and Imani Media Group, led by Manny Halley.
In addition to his music, Green is active in his personal endeavors which include his work as a Christian minister, youth mentor and founder of the Lifewell Coalition.
Laquan currently resides in Virginia and is currently working on new projects.
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