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Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Vicetone, C-Rod and Feed Me

GORDON MURRAY - MAR. 7, 2019

The Miami-based team of producer C-Rod (real name Chris Rodriguez) and featured singer Brendan O'Hara sails seven spots on Dance Club Songs with "Stay" (29-22). It's C-Rod's third hit (and O'Hara's first), following "Beat Don't Stop" (featuring Jason Walker, No. 5, 2013) and "Raise Your Hands" (also featuring Walker, No. 17, 2012). "Stay" was remixed by Dirty Werk, Tony Moran and Cris Wolfe, among others.

One Horizon Group Announces Acquisition of Music Production Company C-Rod, Inc.

GLOBE NEWSWIRE - FEB. 12, 2018

One Horizon Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:OHGI) today announced that it has entered into a term sheet that includes the main provisions of the definitive agreements to acquire C-Rod, Inc., a premier music production company founded in 2002 by Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum producer and composer, Chris “C-Rod” Rodriguez, a first-generation Cuban-American born and raised in Miami, Florida.

Hit Music Producer Chris “C-Rod” Rodriguez Streamlines His Workflow with Focusrite Red 8Pre

PR STAFF - DEC. 6, 2017

Working increasingly in different spaces and environments, Rodriguez realized he wasn’t using consoles as much, and the Red 8Pre has proven to be an invaluable tool as he makes records in the box...

Paulina Rubio, la reina de la cultura pop

ZAYRA MO / EFE - JUL. 9, 2009

Su noveno álbum contiene once temas y en el mismo participaron los reconocidos productores Estéfano, Chris Rodríguez, Cachorro López y Coti, entre otros...

Paulina Rubio’s Gran City Pop

DAN KIMPEL - DEC. 30, 2009

To realize her vision, Rubio called upon a select list of co-writers and producers, including Estéfano, Chris Rodríguez, Cachorro López, Lester Méndez and Coti. In keeping with the urban theme, the sonic scope of the songs and the production is vast and varied, leading off with “Causa y Efecto,” a big-beat pop theme with Rubio’s effervescent vocals bubbling through the tracks. There are the requisite dance tracks, reflective acoustic sounds, and even a forward reaching ranchero/hip-hop hybrid, “Ni Rosas Ni Juguetes.” What holds these disparate themes together is the unity of Rubio’s distinctive vocals and the sheer wattage of her star power. 

Chris Rodriguez a.k.a C-ROD

DISC - OCT. 7, 1999

Producer, songwriter, instrumentalist, arranger, programmer, engineer, based in Miami, FL....

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