Cano Cain Classic, is an Award Winning American record producer, audio engineer, record executive, Alabama Hall Of Fame Honoree and entrepreneur. He is the founder and CEO of Loveshooter Inc, Troubleshooter Muzik, a subsidiary of Solomon s Seal Music Publishing BMI and http://www.MyOfficeInTheStreets.com

Cano Cain Classic is a highly influential and respected producer from Alabama. He is a great great grandson of Rev. Cleveland Charles Clency, an orchestra conductor in the 1930s, and his great uncle is the renowned trumpeter Dr. Tolton Rosser, conductor for The Birmingham Heritage Jazz Band and an Alabama Jazz Hall of Famer.

Cano grew up in Birmingham, spending summers and Christmas breaks in Chicago, and in between is where he developed his love for music and his unique style of hip-hop, which has been dubbed “addictive and dope.”

During the 1990s, Cano interned at H&H productions under the guidance of Clinton Harris, Sr., an executive from Motown Records. It was here that he gained valuable engineering experience and honed his skills as a producer.

His early productions were a multifaceted mix of diverse sounds, including West Coast, Midwest, East Coast, and Gulf Coast beats, with a strong focus on R&B and jazz. One of his early projects, the Loveshooter Lounge, featured powerful jazz-like melodies and beautiful harmonies, and celebrated poetry with renown Spoken Word Artist Glennwood Urbz, creating an extraordinary and poignant record that focused on the African American love and aimed to promote positive and peaceful communication.

Throughout the early 1990s, Cano was at the forefront of the birth of Alabama hip-hop and had the opportunity to produce for some of the biggest names in the music industry, including R.O.A. G 4 Life and the iconic No Limit Artists Fiend, Young Bleed, Mr. Magic, and Skull Duggery. He was also an honorary member of No Limits’ Beats By The Pound, where he produced alongside Mo B Dick, Odell, KLC, and Craig B, and worked with Cash Money artist B.G., The Last Mr Bigg, Xay Capisce, and LightSkin Keisha.

He even had the opportunity to remix posthumously on behalf of Interscope for 2Pac’s Loyal To The Game album.

Following his touring and record success with No Limit and Tommy Boy records, Cano founded Troubleshooter Muzik, a collective collaboration of humble talents and solution-focused music. He released “Listen Man,” a classic musical mindset shift featuring a diverse array of artists.

Cano is known for his versatility and ability to easily transition from producer to artist, and has thousands of tracks at his fingertips. He has been described as “hands-down the best producer in the state of Alabama and arguably one of the best in the South,” and is highly respected in the music industry.

After returning from Canada, Cano began producing for heavyweight American boxing champion Roy Jones Jr and Bodyhead Records, and was responsible for the international TikTok success “U Know My Kind.”

Cano is also committed to giving back to his community and helping others overcome challenges through financial education and business support. He uses his higher level capabilities and the virtue of the arts to make a positive impact through http://www.MyOfficeInTheStreets.com.

Cano is a beast and the best in the City”

Kori White – Director/Cox Radio 95.7 Jamz 98.7 Kiss FM 102.1 Wenn FM

Alabama Hall of Fame Honoree 2018

Greatest Of All Time Producer Award Recipient Alabama Dirty 30 2003

Best Producer Of The Year Award Recipient A.U.A. 2007

Pioneer Award Recipient R.O.A. (producer/artist) Alabama 2007

Honorary Member Of Beats By The Pound/The Medicine Men 2000

Roger Nichols Master Grammy Mixing Class Stankonia Studios Atlanta 2004

Graduated Digidesign School South Beach, Miami

B.E.T. Rip The Run Way Atlanta 2006-7

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