As one of Texas’ hottest burgeoning producers, Bird is ready to add his name to the southern region’s decorated musical history.

The Austin-based producer and engineer has developed a signature high-intensity sound that commands the listener’s attention. Bird employs a range of elements — from booming kick drums to ominous synths — that perpetually push the decibels and formulate his energetic sonic landscape. While Bird is a musical force unto himself, he’s also the founder and owner of the musical hub, The Bird House, which has entered into a partnership with Babygrande Records.

The Bird House is a dynamic conglomerate that has a foothold in production, engineering, recording, artist development, original content, and more. The Bird House is an integral aspect to the vitality of Dubbo and Double O Records, Babygrande’s recent signee and new joint venture partner, respectively, as it is the production and recording destination for Dubbo and his Texas-based imprint. 

Bird has linked with Dubbo on multiple tracks including Dubbo’s latest single, “Don’t Tempt Me,” premiered by HipHopDX. This is only a sample of what these two have to offer, and they followed it up with the first official single from Double O, “Came A Long Way,” off their forthcoming album, “Full Circle.” Dubbo collaborates on the track with his peers OTM Thraxx and Blackland – creating a dynamic soundscape filled with weightless melodies and hard-hitting verses. Over soulful production from The Bird House and Quartaton, Dubbo, OTM Thraxx, and Blackland move from section to section seamlessly, creating an exciting debut track and showing listeners their chemistry in the process.