Music has been a major part of Adamatic's life since the age of 10. It began with classical training on the sax and drums, then moved into DJing, and finally into music production.
Adamatic was born and raised in the D.C./Baltimore area, later moved to the NYC area for some time, then LA, and finally settling back in Baltimore. These urban areas that he has called home over the years, all have their own distinct music scenes, flavors, and textures, which have in some way all influenced and helped to structure his sound today.
Adamatic has produced a variety of urban, electronic music, but tends to focus on hip-hop. His production work has been described deep, melodic, and electronic influenced.
As far as his work with MC's, Adamatic has produced tracks for Luckyiam (Living Legends), Sunspot Jonz (Living Legends), Mystic, Gajah (Acid Reign/Alpha Pup Records), Olmeca, Ellay Khule (aka Rifleman) (Project Blowed), Open Mike Eagle (Thirsty Fish/Project Blowed), Menacin Johnson (Projected Blowed), MKV, Nite-N-Dae, Express Fresh, Metis, Talent, Gmac, and Remo Conscious. Adamatic is also a part of the inspirational hip-hop group The Trees, for which he handles the production duties.
On the instrumental side of things, Adamatic has released a series of instrumental hip-hop albums entitled,"Instrumentals for the Mental," of which Vol. 1-3 have been released. Also, with regards to instrumental projects, Adamatic has also produced a down-tempo, electronic single on Kosmic Music, a full-length, instrumental hip-hop LP on Bomb Hip-Hop Records a full-length, trip-hop LP on Beluga Recordings produced a trip-hop track for a compilation album on Beluga Recordings, a techno EP on Pro-Jex Records (vinyl only), and produced a techno single for a compilation on Strictly Hype Recordings.
With regards to remixes, Adamatic has done remix work for Azeem (Bomb Hip-Hop), Fatlip (Delicious Vinyl), Lucid Music (Bomb Hip-Hop), Menacin Johnson, and King Rhythm. In 2008, Adamatic won the Hieroglyphics/Opio remix contest for Opio's single, "Stop the Press." Finally, Adamatic has also remixed Michael Jackson's, "Remember the Time," for a Prince vs. Michael project on Bomb Hip-Hop Records.
Adamatic also puts a strong focus on music licensing. He has licensed music to Fuel TV, Google, and a variety of websites and other media.
Adamatic's accumulated musical knowledge, undeniable production skills, and unwavering work ethic make him a strong, creative force in the world of music.