Bryan du Chatenier or better known as DJ/Producer Trobi, was steady building an established name for himself in the dance scene. He became the youngest artist ever who was signed to his current record label at just the age of 16. However, his friendship with rapper Ronnie Flex introduced him to a totally new music genre that nobody would expect from the dance producer. By silently working on new music with the rapper, Bryan created a passion for the urban culture and a new alias “Trobeats”.
This passion would serve his music career well by producing the song “Red me” with singer/songwriter Tabitha reaching the “gold” status.
They decided to keep working together with this new-found chemistry. Trobeats was closely involved with the production of the album “NORI” by Ronnie Flex. The album produced two singles both produced by Trobeats “NORI” and the lead single “4/5” which went double-platinum.
It was not long before word got out on the streets and the entire Dutch urban scene was impressed by his new work. This Resulted in collaborations with Sevn Alias, Mula B, Boef, Kevin, Chivv, Jacin Trill, and many more. In a short period of time, Trobi a.k.a Trobeats made a big name for himself in pop and urban culture.