Round Hill Music has entered a worldwide administration deal with Grammy-nominated writer/producer/drummer Adam Deitch. Deitch has shared the stage and penned tunes with R&B sensation Ledisi, hip-hop mogul 50 Cent, and jazz legend John Scofield.
After touring extensively, Deitch decided to concentrate on his original projects, funk group Lettuce and EDM ensemble Break Science. Adam was not only the musical director for Bonnaroo’s first all hip-hop “superjam” featuring hip-hop pioneers Wu Tang Clan, DJ Jazzy Jeff, Schoolboy Q, and Solange Knowles, but he has also taken part in countless other jam sessions with artists like guitar great Derek Trucks, soul icons William Bell and Dr. John, and funk masters George Porter Jr. and Leo Nocentelli of the Meters.
Between extensive touring and recording with industry heavyweights, Deitch also does international drum clinic tours for Tama drums and Zildjian cymbals and tours with other artists like EDM giant Pretty Lights, and the drummer’s newest band, Dark Wave, featuring keyboard icon John Medeski.
“It’s such a pleasure to be on the Round Hill music team as a writer,” says Deitch. “I spend countless hours writing and producing music, and I’ve finally found a team that’s focused and believes in my music one hundred percent.”
Deitch has produced tracks for a number of hip-hop legends, including Talib Kweli, 50 Cent, and Pharoahe Monch, and is launching his new label, Golden Wolf Records, this year to further showcase his evolved music production skills.