Big Squeeze aka Aaron Gordon has always been involved with the art of music. In junior high, he was known as DJ Squeeze.
By '97, this Texas native turned Tacoma resident, was producing for most of the groups making albums in Tacoma.
By 2000, Squeeze's mob style tracks had appeared on both Mr. D.O.G.'s albums (WET & Ghetto Politics), Drekno's Marks on my Soul, Azarel's self titled album, PR Record's Seattle:the Darkside 2, BWR2000's NW Ridin, his debut compilation entitled Volume 1, which was released through Do-Lo Ent., and over 10 other albums from within his region.
After signing to Bow Wow Records in the fall of 2000, he began receiving major attention from artists throughout the NW. He then produced the dynamic track, "It Aint Sweet" which featured Portland's prolific rap figure, Cool Nutz and Mr. D.O.G. from the soundtrack to the movie, "All or Nothing."
All the hype surrounding his sound, lead to an interview in StageCoach Magazine. As well as doing production for artists in Oregon, Alaska, and now California.
Since then, he has been working diligently in the lab making more outstanding beats. He did 85% of the production on Bow Wow Records latest release, Mac Money- Tales of a G and ALL of the production on his second project, "The Senator".
This project definitely shows that he is a force to be reckoned with.
Appearing on it is some of the biggest names in the Northwest: Mr. D.O.G., Cool Nutz, Kenny Mack, Mac Money, Drekno, Ballin' Ass Dame, Azarel, Shaolin, and many other talented artists.
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