The Owner Of The Dallas-Based Production Company Talks The Future Of Live Shows and Gives Us The Exclusive On Galaxy 9’s Upcoming Work With A Hip-Hop Legend.
In just a couple years, Galaxy 9 Productions has quickly established itself in Dallas as an all-encompassing entertainment company. Along with Dallas music mainstays like Jah Born and Keisha Hunter, Robert “Robski” Bell has cultivated thriving force in the local hip-hop community.
Deep Ellum regulars might best recognize Galaxy 9 for its banger of recurring party hosted at The Nines, “Saturday Night Fever,” but the team behind the scenes also anchors everything from artist management to studio time.
I caught up with Robski to talk about the racism he’s faced in Dallas’ highlight scene, as well as some of the forthcoming projects they’re cooking up: Galaxy 9-backed artist and 2020 Central Music Honors winner for Best Indie Rapper, Flower Child aka Flozilla, has an album set to drop in the next couple months — I’ve heard a lot of it and can confirm it’s dope.
Speaking of dope, Robski also gave me the exclusive on a forthcoming release from the legendary Rah Digga. Check out our conversation below full more details on that, plus much more.
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