Trac-Qaeda is a production duo, consisting of Vinny G. and J. Steele, from Camden, NJ.
Key note production credits for Trac-Qaeda includes Rav.P x Smoke Dza entitled “Wha Happnd?”, Porta Rich’s “New Jack City” ft. Troy Ave, DJ Caesar ft. Hus Kingpin & Rozewood and RuffNation Records own Dell-P's "Desire" ft. David Banner. Trac-Qaeda also were co-headliners with Rav.P at the legendary SOBs in New York City for their collaborative project, Immaculate EP. Trac-Qaeda also participated in one of the industries hottest producer platforms, iStandard Producers, in which they were recognized by veterans such as Rockwilder, Amadeus, Illmind, and duo Buda Da Future and GrandzMuzik. Trac-Qaeda tied for 1st in the New York City showcase which placed them in the ranks as one of the top 100 new producers within the iStandardProducer network.
Trac-Qaeda’s musical contributions has also been recognized by the likes of Chuck D, Cool & Dre, Datwon Thomas of Vibe Magazine, Jakk Frost, Sway Calloway, Rah Digga, LL Cool J, Phil Jackson, DJ Caesar & DJ SoulBuck to name a few; major blog placements from 2DopeBoyz, HipHopDX, TheSource, Insomniac Magazine, HipHopSince1987; major radio/venue spins from Sirius XM, Rock The Bells Radio, Beatminerz Radio, Lord Sear Show, Sway In The Morning’s Get In The Game segment as winners, Carnegie Hall (via Black Thought's Master Class with a performance from Dell-P) and WPRB’s Side B Radio. Trac-Qaeda was also nominated for the Underground Music Awards in New York City as “Best Up and Coming Producer”. Trac-Qaeda was also honored to be a special guest on CBS Radio’s “The Overtime Show” hosted by SportsRadio 94WIP’s Phil Jackson.