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[Music Producer] R.Ramlagan aka Snakeman has been around music since he was little. It's only natural he would become involved in the music industry to become one of Trinidad and Tobago's finest and most versatile music producers. The name Mo'Times is synonymous with its founder and producer, Rishi Ramlagan.
Currently specialising in Hip Hop, he started off making beats in 2002. He would sometimes add vocals to them for fun, which soon caught the attention of sound engineer Sean Poland, after they were introduced by a mutual friend at Caribbean Sound Basin. There Snakeman worked and trained for a short time alongside another one of Trinidad's finest musicians/singers/producers, Coreysan. Several months later Snakeman was pulled in by one of Trinidad's top producers, Carl Beaver Henderson, to do several Hip Hop demos for Sony.
Over the years R. Ramlagan has been developing his production skills to the point where he has become razor sharp. His sound is deep, dark and mysterious on some tracks, while some of his productions are uplifting and positive.
In 2008, Snake began releasing original tracks, the first being RUBEN AND TRISTAN PALMER - HARD TIMES, released on September 11th, 2008. Ruben is a Trinidadian reggae recording artist and Tristan Palmer is a Jamaican legend known for his hit song, "Joker Smoker". "Hard Times" has done well, receiving airplay on many radio stations and in dancehalls around the globe within the first month of its release. It premiered on South African radio station Klub Kulcha and then went on to get airplay in the Cayman Islands, United Kingdom, Canada, USA, and many other countries.
Other accomplishments consist of one of his productions with Trinidadian singer/songwriter, Victoria Trestrail, receiving and award from the prestigious BILLBOARD, as well as having the same artist's photo and song grace an article in Billboard Magazine.