|Genres Hip hop|
|Years active 2003–present|
Genre Hip hop music
|Origin Irving, Texas, United States (2003)|
Albums The Process, Texas 2 Da World Vol. 1, Recession Proof, The Holy Grail of Trap Music
Members Juan Salinas, Oscar Salinas
Record labels Universal Motown Records, Universal Republic Records
Similar Enertia, Frankie J, Redfoo, Lil Wayne, Chamillionaire
Play n skillz survivor
Play-N-Skillz are an American record production duo from Irving, Texas, consisting of brothers Juan "Play" Salinas and Oscar "Skillz" Salinas, who are also rappers. Their production has won several Grammys including the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group in 2007 for their production on the single "Ridin'" by Chamillionaire and Krayzie Bone, and the Grammy Award for Best Rap Album for Lil Wayne's Tha Carter III (2008), which included their production on the single "Got Money".
- Play n skillz survivor
- Legal action
- Guest appearances
- Production discography
Raised in the Dallas suburb of Irving, Texas, the Latino American brothers started producing music in their mother's apartment. They met Houston rapper Lil Flip, leading to work on his album U Gotta Feel Me (2004) and a deal with Universal Records. They released their album The Process (#85 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums) in 2004.
In September 2009, the duo signed a joint venture deal with their own label, G4 Muzik, and hip-hop mogul Steve Rifkind's record label SRC.
In October 2014, Play-N-Skillz released the song and video "Literally I Can't".
In June 2011, Play-N-Skillz sued Lil Wayne for $1 million over the "Got Money" rights.
Si Una Vez2016
Literally I Can't2014
FreaksThe Process · 2005