Rest In Peace @traxamillion The San Jose producer who helped create the “Hyphy” sound passed away today. This is a huge loss for Northern California We send our condolences to his family & loved ones. #RIPTraxamillion
Sultan Banks, better known as Traxamillion, is a hip-hop producer from San Jose, California. He has produced records such as Keak da Sneak’s “Super Hyphy” and Dem Hoodstarz’s “Grown Man Remix”. His first album The Slapp Addict is a collection of Bay Area hyphy artists. Released on August 22, 2006.
Traxamillion also released a mixtape called The Slapp Addict Mixtape, which included mainstream artists and local Bay Area artists, and was responsible for the production of Brooke Hogan’s “About Us” mix with E-40 as the protagonist. In addition to being a producer, Traxamillion also raps, which he demonstrated in the “Bring It Back” and “Skrape” of The Slapp Addict. His song “The Movement” appeared in College Hoops 2K7.
In 2010, Traxamillion, after producing the second single “We Get Money” by Drew Deezy and Thai VG in collaboration with Glasses Malone, signed a contract with 454 Life Entertainment. He went on to produce the compilation “As Real As It Gets” for most record companies.