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At the intersection of talent and hard work, you’ll find Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum producer and consistent hit-maker Drumma Boy.

Best known for producing chart-topping smash hits such as Jeezy’s “I Put On,” Migos’ “Look At My Dab,” Plies feat. T-Pain “Shawty,” and Waka Flocka Flame’s “No Hands” feat. Roscoe and Wale just to name a few. Most recently, Drumma Boy’s record “We Poppin’” with NBA Youngboy ft. Birdman was certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America.

With the loss of his brother Ferrell “Ensayne Wayne” Miles in early 2018, Drumma Boy pushes to carry on his brother’s legacy with their fashion boutique House of Fresh and most recently releasing “Live On” produced and performed by Drumma Boy.

Drumma Boy has partnered with top Atlanta studio House of Hits, sits on the advisory boards of and XYO, curates music for and is, of course, a Grey Goose Connoisseur.

Born in Memphis, TN, Drumma Boy has music in his DNA. His musical roots predate the platinum plaques and his now household name on the Billboard Charts. His mother, an opera singer, and his father, a music professor and critically acclaimed clarinetist (who was the first African-American man to hold the 1st chair position in the Memphis Symphony Orchestra) instilled a love and appreciation for music within him at a very young age. “I had a recorder in my hand at age three,” recalls Drumma Boy, “and by five, I had stepped up to the clarinet.” A classically trained musician, Drumma would fall in love with urban/soul music after being introduced to Curtis Mayfield and other greats from the 70’s era by his mother. While a freshman at University of Memphis, the ambitious producer would shop his homemade tracks to local prominent emcees like Yo Gotti, Gangsta Boo and Tela, and by his junior year he was traveling to Atlanta & Texas to work with hip hop legends Pastor Troy, Scarface, & Bun B (of UGK), quickly becoming one of the most sought after producers in hip-hop.

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