At 4 a.m. in a luxurious Downtown Las Vegas loft Trip V (Trip Vee) showed Alchemy (Christopher Rodriguez), Genius (Kyle Bgenius), and Goliath Cruz a new beat he just finished working on. The quartet listened attentively as the speakers resonated against the loft walls, suddenly, inspiration hit a chord. Transportation to the studio a couple of miles away was procured right way. All beer, liquor and other inspirational substances were placed into a box as the foursome got into an Uber, following a stint of inspiration. The only thing on their mind was the knowledge that before the sun came up that day, a new track would be born. The ride to the studio was quiet, all of them thinking only of the words that will soon be turned into lyrics. At the studio, Genius ran the track through the speakers as Alchemy sat back thinking of a way to create a song out of the beats presented before him. Suddenly, he stood up, exchanged looks with Genius and headed into a small, secluded room with a microphone inside to spill his soul, finding a way to turn his words into lyrics. Soon after, a hook was created. The hook played and adjusted several times, allowed Cruz to listen, move his head rhythmically with the track to examine the beat. He was preparing to lend his vocal acuity to provide his part in the creation of audio art. Cruz headed into the mic room, there was silence in the room. Through the walls and coming out faintly from Genius’ headphones, Cruz’s words were being recorded. Silence overtook the room. For a moment, the only sound in the room was Genius’ clicking on a soundboard. The headphones came off and through the speakers of the studio emanated a newly created sound, it had all come together, the hook was matched with verse and part one of the song covered the studio’s air. “That’s fucking sick,” screamed Trip V as he heard his beats come to life. The process was repeated, perfected and meticulously inspected. A second hook followed the verse, similar to the first but with a soul of all its own to close the cycle with Cruz’s last verse. Now it’s all in Genius’ hands who will turn it all into a finished track.