Nate Soundz Guests On The Smoked Meat Podcast Hosted by Brad Pittman

Nate Soundz is a phoenix rising above the ashes and emerging as one of the next superstars in the world of music.

Nate Soundz is 33 years old living in Northern California where he grew up with his single mom. He began to write poetry and rhymes around 2015, which led to lyrics and recording around late 2017. In 2019 he began to teach himself digital production in FL Studio 20. With exceptional strides of increasing ability, dedication and the “SALE OF HIS ONLY HOME” he planned a debut series of performances in the summer and fall of 2020 but in light of covid19 has redirected waves towards the digital and social platforms. Nate Soundz aka Nathan Shaw is a father, Veteran, Self-Made Mc and Producer. His music is not genre specific, but his passion is rhyming sophisticated lyrics over bass heavy and dark Trap, Electronic, DnB, but the melodic Boom paps with a strong 90’s vibe is the bread and butter of his craft.

In his own words “I have respect for all creatives and their supporters but I am not inspired by what I have seen or heard in music yesterday or today–I’m inspired by what I haven’t heard and that’s my goal: Be what’s missing while staying true to myself”–Nate Soundz.

The Smoked Meat Podcast is a fun, casual conversation with musicians, actors, authors and anyone who is interesting.  It is not your everyday interview. Brad Pittman talks to his guests like old friends.

The Smoked Meat Podcast has been on the charts in several countries and just keeps growing. Recently, it was featured on the New York and LA Weekly Times list of the top 50 shows in the world. To be grouped with the likes of Jimmy Star and Ron Russell, Joe Rogan and so many others is definitely an honor.

You can follow on Apple, Spotify, Google and anywhere you get your podcasts. You can also go to

Listen to Nate Soundz on The Smoked Meat Podcast on Anchor FM here:

Listen to Nate Soundz music here:




Follow Nate Soundz on the web:





Please share this page!
%d bloggers like this: