L-Don Beatz emerged as one of the pre-eminent rap producers of the late 2010s, scoring major hits with Waka Flocka Flame, Rich Homie Quan, Rick Ross, Doe Boy and many others. He first gained widespread attention when he produced the smash hit, "O Let’s Do It” performed by Waka Flocka Flame featuring Lil’ Cap. At the height of the singles’ success, “O Let’s Do It” has had a parade of cameos to date including, P. Diddy, Rick Ross, Fabolous, Gucci Mane, Lil’ Wayne, Lil’ Kim, and Trina to name a few. He followed up with “Reloaded” performed by Rich Homie Quan and “300 Soldiers” performed by Rick Ross.
Born Donovan Winters and raised on the Southside of Atlanta, L-Don’s musical roots date back to childhood. Starting out as a rapper with a special knack for writing hooks; L Don began making his own beats to support his unique style and talent. After many declarations from his peers, he began to expand his craft. With foresight, L-Don commenced working with emerging rap artists on the Atlanta scene.
It was during this time that L-Don began to create his authentic sound. By the dawn of the millennium, the aspiring entrepreneur had amassed enough experience to establish himself as a viable producer on the music scene. L-Don found himself heavily networking, and like most great legacies are, by design, he would come face to face with destiny. It was a family member of Waka Flocka Flame that connected L-Don to the Brick Squad rapper and the two had an immediate connection and undeniable work chemistry. The duo scored big in 2010 with Waka Flocka Flame’s hit single, “O Let’s Do It" which peaked at #62 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard Heat Seekers chart.
All told, L-Don’s placements have earned him well over 7+ million YouTube views, heavy radio play, his first Billboard charting single, and plenty more still to come.
Noting that he has no intention of limiting himself by genre as his career continues to flourish. As it’s been since he first discovered his love and passion for music as a young child, no matter what he’s doing, L-Don will do it in a style of his own.