How do we hear your “sound” and how loud do you want it to be?

The art of “flow” has long guided Marcey Yates’s career in the recording industry. Pop in your earbuds and settle in as he equates the flow of making music to our own creativity and how we can connect our passion to the world.

About the speaker

Marcey Yates is a recording artist, music producer, sound engineer and founder of Culxr House, a creative art/community space where artists and entrepreneurs can grow and enrich their own artistic talents and create opportunities.

In addition to his solo work, Marcey is one half of the duo Dilla Kids, winner of the 2018 Omaha Entertainment and Arts Award for best hip hop/rap. Backed by a sound best described as “expressive vinyl hip hop,” he has played with Rakim, P.O.S, Black Milk, Freddie Gibbs, B-Real, Weezer and more at the Maha Festival, Lincoln Calling festival and SXSW. Marcey regularly lends his talents as an established producer to emcees searching for the ideal beat.

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To simply put it, I love connecting people to their purpose. Whether you’re a recording artist or an entrepreneur or you’re a creative, I like talking to you, figuring out what it is that you’re into and how I help you connect that with the world or with other people to further help you get that out there. — Marcey Yates

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