From working with the pioneers of the UK music scene to making music for Hollywood movies, Moghul’s production career stands alone when compared to the conventional journey of a music producer. Beginning in East London, the home of global talents such as Jessie J and Dizzee Rascal, Moghul started off producing Grime, the indigenous sound of the UK. Working with acts such as Lethal B, Ghetts, Lowkey, Moghul found his identity in the competitive field of music production, with his distinct sound and slogan at the beginning of every track ’The Champ is Here’. YouTube views, for work Moghul has produced, have surpassed the million mark, solidifying his imprint on the music production world.
Branching out to L.A took his career to the next level where he could put his musical knowledge to another use, movies.
Mixing with legends such as A.R Rahman, the expectations for Moghul grew. Fast forward 6 months later, he went on to score 12 songs for his first Hollywood movie titled ’City of Dead Men'.
Following the success of his work, Moghul was selected by director Brad Furman to work on his Hollywood feature film 'The Infiltrator' - starring Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston and Troy’s Diane Kruger.
After his return from L.A, Moghul worked very closely with Joe Slater, an artist/songwriter who brings a distinct vintage sound to the modern era of music. This collaboration led to the EP Floatin', produced and engineered by Moghul, which has been received positively by BBC Introducing and online publications such as Clash Music.
With a continued rise in the music production world Moghul was presented with a unique opportunity to work with the Mayor of London and mental health campaigner Hussain Manawer to produce the music for a poem which would introduce the Night Tube campaign in London. The campaign generated over 700,000 views within a week of release. With the support of Sky News, Snapchat, Evening Standard and the Mayors office this campaign was a hit amongst London.
Moghul has most recently finished working on music for upcoming blockbuster City of Lies (2018) starring Johnny Depp and Forest Whitaker. With a continued growth in the music and film industry, Moghul's greatest work is yet to be produced.