As EP, chief collaborator, DJ, co-manager, and creative other half of GRAMMY® Award-nominated multi-platinum superstar, Doja Cat, since 2013, he has already built a catalog of mythic proportions. After piano lessons at age 11, the Santa Barbara native became obsessed with guitar and formed his first punk band, Slimer, during junior high. Signing to Cargo/Grilled Cheese Records (famous for Blink- 182) at 18, the group hit the road on Warped Tour 1999, sharing the stage with Eminem and Black Eyed Peas. Following Slimer’s breakup, Yeti continued to make music as a producer and opened his “Himalayas” studio inside Sam Spiegel’s Echo Park warehouse. He produced multiple tracks for underground hardcore hip-hop insurgents HO99O9 and contributed to three albums for award-winning reggae outfit, Rebelution, including a Grammy nomination for Falling Into Place. In 2013, he discovered Doja Cat and signed her to his production company. As Executive Producer, he oversaw her “Purrr!” EP , major label debut “Amala” , “Amala Deluxe”  and gold-selling chart-topping blockbuster “Hot Pink” , which bowed in the Top 10 of the Billboard Top 200. He personally co-wrote/co-produced the double-platinum “Juicy,” Doja’s first radio hit; her first viral TikTok hit, the gold “Candy”; and gold-certified singles “Go To Town”; “Tia Tamera” [feat. Rico Nasty]’ and “Cyber Sex”; as well as EP’d her first #1 hit “Say So.” He also shepherded her through high-profile deals and served as her DJ and friend on tour. In 2021 he is working on Doja Cat’s third album “Planet Her” as well as new music from BJ The Chicago Kid and more.
MUSIC BOX (MBX) is a music solutions company that consists of a collective of top-tier songwriters, composers, musicians, and more. MBX is ready to support creators, directors, producers, studios, and creative executives by fulfilling all types of musical needs for any type of project, at any stage. MBX has been creating music and consulting for some pretty great folks and legendary brands such as Major League Baseball, Dreamworks, Netflix, Mandalay Sports Media, Universal, Fox, Jordan Brand, and many, many more.
Started by award-winning writer/producer Stef Fink, MBX is a female-founded company that believes representation is the only way to combat the drastic inequality that has informed the entertainment industry, and works to change it with everything they do.
Traditionally, a music box contains a cylinder that plays a tune when the crank is turned; in the same way, MBX’s promise is to keep the cylinders turning at any time in order to keep the music playing!
*”The Legend of AJ1″ produced/music by MBX
Having gained attention from the likes of Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, Tracy Chapman, Lennon Stella, and many other notable names worldwide, Portuguese multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, producer, arranger, and composer, MARO, is undoubtedly one to watch. With over 3 million streams on Spotify, MARO has built an undeniable following completely on her own, in under 4 years. After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 2017, MARO made the impossible decision to permanently leave her home country of Portugal with barely any money in her pocket, to pursue music in Los Angeles. In 2018 alone, MARO released 6 self-written and produced artist projects, yet they only scratch the surface of the melodic canvas she has yet to paint. During this time, video clips she posted on Instagram put her on the radar of 2-time Grammy winning artist, Jacob Collier, managed by Quincy Jones. After a few correspondences, MARO was invited to join Collier’s debut touring band as a featured vocalist and instrumentalist, which she currently remains a member of. She was also asked to open for Fatai on tour, as well as ¿Teo? on his first headlining Americano Columbiano tour. Newly signed to the legendary Quincy Jones’s management roster, MARO has proven to be not only a true musician, but one who also understands that good music cannot be confined to a specific genre.
After completely losing his sight at age 11, due to a rare disorder called exudative retinopathy, Kauflin adjusted by learning braille/cane mobility, and after a decade of studying classical violin/piano, he switched to jazz piano in high school. In 2004, he graduated at the top of his class and received a Presidential scholarship to attend William Paterson University in NJ where he was taken under the wing of the legendary trumpeter, Clark Terry. Their relationship as mentor and student was chronicled in the documentary, Keep On Keepin’ On (KOKO), and after five years of filming, KOKO won top honors at many of the country’s most prestigious film festivals (i.e. Tribeca, Palm Springs, Seattle & more), was sold to Radius-TWC, and released in theaters nationwide. Furthermore, the film was selected for the Oscar ⓒ Documentary Feature Shortlist, and simultaneously, Kauflin’s 2015 album Dedication went to #1 on the Jazzweek charts. His latest release, Coming Home (2018), is produced by Quincy Jones and Derrick Hodge.
It’s not often one encounters an imagination with the depth and prolificacy of Jacob Collier’s. The London-based 26-year-old is dubbed by many as one of the most innovative musicians of his generation. In 2012, Jacob’s self-made YouTube videos achieved legendary status in the music world, attracting the praise of such luminaries as Herbie Hancock and Quincy Jones, who manages Jacob to this day. Jacob’s debut album, In My Room, crafted entirely in his room at home, went on to win two GRAMMY’s. His success has led to musical collaborators and fans including the likes of Coldplay, Ty Dolla $ign, Tori Kelly, Daniel Caesar, Charlie Puth, Jessie Reyez, T-Pain, and SZA (to name a few).
In January of 2018, Jacob began designing and creating a recording project on an unprecedented scale – a quadruple album called DJESSE: 50 songs, divided between four volumes, with each operating within a separate musical universe of sound, style and genre. Scattered across the four volumes are 30+ collaborators from across every facet of the music world. Djesse Volumes 1 & 2 both have earned him a GRAMMY each, affirming that Jacob has never lost a Grammy in a category he’s been nominated in. Djesse Vol. 3 is currently nominated for an additional three Grammys, including Album of the Year.
Erick The Architect
The enigmatic Architect is a brilliant and prolific songwriter, musician, and artist in the traditional sense. 2020 has been a momentous year for the Architect and kicked off with The EP “Now More Than Ever” by the Brooklyn, New York trio group the Flatbush Zombies (FBZ). Continuing with the momentum, in August 2020 the hit single “Afterlife” was released by the Flatbush Zombies and produced by James Blake. As a solo artist the Architect self-released and produced all of his/Zombies projects THAT HAVE BEEN RELEASED SINCE 2010. The mixtapes, Noir (2010), Almost Remembered (2011) and Renvoi (2011) respectively represent the early solo works of Erick. These three projects are symbolic and represent the essence of the innovative producer and emcee we know today. Note the European/French names of the two albums Noir and Renvoi. The Architect has desired to collaborate with European artists ten years ago but focused on the Zombies in order to propel the group. The latest release of the single “WTF” is the first of several new tracks that will incorporate various artists from the UK. Noted for his distinctive production skills, the Architect is an equally skilled rapper/lyricist. “Too many rappers and not enough painters. These are his metaphorical lyrics from the song titled Distance off of the aforementioned 2019 album by super rap group Beast Coast, “Escape From New York,” which was also executive produced by Erick.
Eli Teplin is a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer based out of Los Angeles. His recent cuts include Ellie Goulding (writer/producer on ‘Woman’), Charli XCX (writer on ‘Enemy’), Louis the Child (writer on ‘Talk’), Alec Benjamin (writer on ‘Hammers’), Ben Rector (writer on ‘Steady Love’), Lucius (writer on ‘Heartbursts,’ ‘24), S Carey (writer on ‘Waking Up’), Octavian feat. Skepta (writer on ‘Sorry Not Sorry’), Gracie Abrams (writer/producer on ‘tehe’), Bon Iver (keys on PDLIF), Mat Kearney (writer/producer on ‘Grand Canyon,’ ‘Powerless’, ‘Pontiac’), Zhu with Kito & Jeremih (writer on ‘Follow’), Baauer (writer on ‘Company’, ‘Planck’, ‘Group’, writer/keys ‘Home’), Kacy Hill (writer/producer on ‘I Couldn’t Wait, Mochi’s Interlude,’ writer on ‘So Loud,’), Jim-E Stack (writer on ‘Raving On My Own’), Rhys Lewis (writer on ‘End Like This’, ‘Good People’), Trent Dabbs (writer on ‘The One Who Stays’), with several upcoming releases slated for this year. He is currently managed by Quincy Jones Productions and signed to Tobias Jesso Jr.’s Orange Publishing (Kobalt) and BMG.
Deemed a “Breakthrough Star” by MMSCENE Magazine, English-Nigerian producer, singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, speaker, and model, ASHER YELO, is one to watch. As a self-taught musician, he is taking the definition of “bedroom producer” to new heights, having already written and produced for the likes of Harmony Samuels; producing duo, Sons of Sonix; Brittany B.; Coco Jones; and Reina, before even graduating from high school. Now, at age 20, with a coveted acceptance to the Institute of Electronic Music at NYU behind him, 2021 has brought forth ASHER YELO’s debut solo project, know me. With Nigerian and English roots, his style is reflective of both elements of West African beats and introspective, English lyricism. ASHER YELO’s ability to create music that communicates across borders is also evident through his ability to fluently speak French, and his global production style is influenced by having lived in multiple countries and traveled to five out of the seven continents. As a bi-racial artist with a strong desire to inspire the youth of his generation, he has written, produced, and performed original charity singles for the GEANCO Foundation, alongside the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Garfield, Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Cynthia Erivo, in addition to a number of other philanthropic endeavors. In conjunction with his burgeoning music career, ASHER YELO has walked in numerous fashion shows, including four Dolce & Gabbana runways during Milan and New York Fashion Week. With only 20 years of age, but with eight years of experience honing his skills as a producer and writer, ASHER YELO also caught the attention of legendary Quincy Jones Productions, and signed to the company for management, shortly thereafter.
Alfredo Rodríguez is a GRAMMY-nominated pianist, composer, arranger, & producer. After meeting Quincy Jones at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 2006 & receiving an offer to work together, Alfredo emigrated to the U.S. to pursue his dream of being an internationally acclaimed musician. Over the past decade, Alfredo has gone from a local Cuban artist to a globally recognized GRAMMY-nominee with five critically acclaimed releases on tastemaker imprint Mack Avenue Records: Sounds of Space (2011), The Invasion Parade (2014), Tocororo (2016), The Little Dream (2018), & Duologue (2019)