Harry Chaplin, a 28-year-old music producer and mixing engineer hailing from the U.K, has carved an impressive niche in the music industry. His journey from a 9-to-5 job in England to working alongside Grammy-winning producer DJ Swivel in Los Angeles is a testament to his passion and determination.For Harry, being a producer and mixer is not just a job; it’s a blessing that allows him to indulge in his love for music every day. Despite the challenges faced in the early stages of his career, the opportunity to work on a diverse range of projects for global artists is what he considers a true blessing.

Inspired by a broad range of musical genres, including Soul & R&B, pop, dance, and Afrobeats, Harry looks up to industry legends like Timbaland and Rick Rubin. His diverse influences reflect in his work, pushing creative boundaries and contributing to the success of notable tracks.Harry’s music journey began at the age of 13, initially playing guitar with a focus on R&B, Blues, and Soul. His transition into producing and mixing was a natural evolution driven by his love for various music genres. The turning point came when he took a bold step to respond to DJ Swivel’s call for a personal mixing assistant via an Instagram post. This decision led to a life-changing internship, prompting Harry to relocate to Los Angeles within a mere 10 days.Working with DJ Swivel, Harry quickly began to contribute to major projects, including tracks for Lil Nas X, Rema, Dua Lipa, Rico Nasty, and Aloe Blacc. Notable works include “Panini” and “Rodeo” by Lil Nas X and “Calm Down” by Rema featuring Selena Gomez.The Afrobeats chapter in Harry’s career is particularly captivating. His passion for the genre sparked during the mixing of Rema’s debut EP “Bad Commando.”

This newfound love led him to support and elevate Nigerian artists’ music through professional mixing.In 2022 Harry started working with Adekunle Gold mixing 10 tracks on his Album “Catch Me If You can”. Adekunle has been a household name in Africa for many years. The album has garnered international success with over 200 million streams worldwide.The pinnacle of Harry’s Afrobeats journey came with his work with DJ Swivel on Rema’s debut album “Rave & Roses”. The lead single “Calm Down” featuring Selena Gomez is continuing to break sales records around the globe and has become the highest charting Nigerian song in Billboard hot 100 history. Harry’s impact on the Afrobeats genre extends beyond his mixing skills. His collaborations with US R&B artists on Afrobeats tracks are paving the way for a new sound in the R&B landscape.


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