“My early years as a musician were somewhat disappointing and unsuccessful. I left a trumpet in a gas station while purchasing the largest slushee currently available in Canada, and left a saxophone on the bus while talking to a girl, all in the same year. Needless to say my parents and band teacher were not so psyched and my overall commitment to music came under some serious scrutiny.” -Halal Beats
Nevertheless, a few more set backs and the odd achievement later, Halal Beats has managed to create something thats much harder to forget under a bus seat, a twisted blend of all his favourite genres followed up with a unique style of stitching them all together. Hip Hop, House, Breaks, and Techno seem to take the lead although you never know exactly what he’s going to play next.