Get To Know London On Da Track, The Hottest Hip Hop Producer Of The 2010s

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London On Da Track

As one of the hottest record producers of the 2010s, he's someone who's work is constantly sought after. Lately, he's been getting a lot of attention because he's dating Summer Walker, who is one of the hottest singer-songwriters in urban music today. Who is London on da Track? 

Born London Tyler Holmes in Atlanta, Georgia, the artist who would become known as London on da Track is best known for his collaborations with rapper Young Thug. But even though he's only been around for a few years, London on da Track has collaborated with a who's who of hip hop: Gucci Mane, Rich Homie Quan, 50 Cent, and Nicki Minaj are just a few of the many rappers that have utilized his skills both behind the mic and behind the boards. He also has a track coming out soon with — wait for it — Noah Cyrus. 

But let's look at what else we know about this hot rapper-turned-producer. 

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1. He's been making mainstream headlines thanks to his relationship with Summer Walker. 

London on da Track has been making mainstream headlines lately, not because of his work, but because of who he's dating. According to SOHHhe's been involved with Summer Walker for some time, but their relationship is on-again, off-again. (For what it's worth, as of this writing, they're on-again.) 

2. London on da Track has been burning up the Billboard charts. 

"[Summer] Walker collaborator London On Da Track (real name: London Holmes) concurrently hits No. 1 on the R&B Producers chart, thanks to his work on Over It, having co-produced 10 of the 14 tracks on the latest Hot R&B Songs chart," reported Billboard Magazine.

3. He was responsible for the production of Summer Walker's breakthrough album, Over It. 

According to Hot New Hip Hop, London on da Track had the most production credits on Summer Walker's breakthrough album, Over It, which was released on October 4, 2019. It was while the duo was working on the album that they "grew close," and ultimately fell in love. In fact, when they first got together, London was so in love with Summer that he referred to her as "Mom" while he referred to himself as "Dad." 

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4. London on da Track's collaboration with Noah Cyrus is different than anything he's ever done before. 

"On “FuckYouNoah,” [Noah Cyrus] reflects on the love-hate relationship with herself as well as social media with help from featured producer London On Da Track. Cyrus is seen in plastic surgeon’s office and goes under brutal, messy procedures to improve her face and body. At the end, she is seen with chains around her wrists, trying to escape her doctor’s grip," reported Rolling Stone, who say that this is one of the first times that London on da Track worked with a pop star. 

5. Will he be collaborating with Chris Brown next?

According to Urban Islandz, who got a hold of Chris Brown's Instagram stories before they disappeared, the troubled R&B and hip hop singer hinted that he may be working with London on da Track in the near future. 

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6. There was rumored to be some beef between Drake and London on da Track. 

According to Hot 97, there were rumors about beef between Drake and London on da Track not long ago. According to the outlet, while London on da Track and Summer Walker were on the outs, Walker allegedly hooked up with the Toronto rapper. However, whether she did or didn't doesn't seem to matter now, as she's back together with London on da Track and they're destined for musical greatness. And we're here for it!

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