Splice, the music creation and collaboration platform, has announced the recipients of its second annual Splice Awards, with top honors going to Hit-Boy for producer of the year and Jenna Andrews (pictured above) for vocal producer of the year. One of the most famous producers of all time, Quincy Jones, also figured into Splice’s mix, receiving the inaugural Icon Award. “Being recognized by Splice as producer of the year is a humbling honor at this time in my career,” Hit-Boy said in a statement. “Working with Nas on ‘King’s Disease II’ this year has been a true highlight for me, and the...
With the year winding down, looking back on the biggest hits of 2021 is impossible without acknowledging the sound architects who created them—at times without ever meeting the track or project’s other collaborators in person in a post-pandemic world. Splice, the creative platform for more than 4 million musicians to find sounds, loops and one-shots announced the winners of their second annual Splice Awards, including producers Hit-Boy, Quincy Jones, UNIIQU3, and Jenna Andrews taking home some of the biggest awards of the year.
Jenna Andrews, who is BTS's vocal producer, shared whose voice among BTS members stands out to her during her appearance on "MU:CON 2021." On Oct. 1, Day 2 of the 2021 Seoul International Music Fair, hosted by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism, was held. This event was organized by the Korea Creative Content Agency.
After producing the vocals on BTS‘ “Dynamite” and their “Savage Love” remix, songwriter Jenna Andrews co-wrote “Butter” for the K-pop superstars. Now Billboard has crowned the “Butter” the Official Song of the Summer for 2021, and Jenna says that was the plan from the minute she and her co-writers put pen to paper.
Songwriter and producer, Jenna Andrews, knows the pressures of the music industry first-hand and is doing her part to be there for the next generation of creative minds. Listen to your favorite music now on Audacy and hear all your favorite K-Pop hits on Audacy's K-Bops exclusive station. Since getting...
Songwriter, producer and music executive Jenna Andrews still remembers the first song she ever wrote as a 14-year-old living in Calgary, Canada. "It was called 'What Am I Gonna Do' and it was so bad," she tells PEOPLE with a laugh. "Literally horrible, like, so bad. But you gotta start somewhere, right?"
Both offices for Warner Music and Warner Chappell Music will be based in Ho Chi Minh City, the largest city in Vietnam and hope to capitalize on the country's growing economy and its untapped local talent. "This is a historic moment for the local music industry which is just getting started here," Kobler explains. "Our expertise and reach will help propel Vietnamese artists, composers and songwriters to new heights."
Jenna Andrews is not suffering from Zoom fatigue. While many of us may be video conference'd out, the songwriter/producer/A&R exec says that the app has helped her stay focused during her "best career year yet," as she puts it to Billboard. As co-owner of publishing company Twentyseven Music at Sony/ATV,...
Photo by Shervin Lainez. Styled by Vincent Allen. BTS recently topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the fourth time in their career with “Butter.” Produced by Ron Perry, Rob Grimaldi, and Stephen Kirk, the song wouldn’t have been possible without the songwriting contributions of Jenna Andrews. Born in Edmonton,...
The Green Room is a mental health podcast hosted by music executive Jenna Andrews. Launched in 2020, the digital series is released via Dash Radio in conjunction with The Jed Foundation, and She Is The Music (a nonprofit organization increasing the number of women working in music). On the latest episode of the podcast series, Jenna Andrews and UPSAHL have genuine conversations about dealing with heartbreak (especially during a pandemic) and moving on. Also, during the new episode, both women share experiences and ideas for making the music industry a safe space for creatives who deal with mental disorders.
Listen via Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Pandora | Stitcher | Google | Pocket Casts | Radio Public | RSS. Presented by Consequence of Sound and Sound Mind Live, Going There with Dr. Mike is a new interview podcast series in which clinical psychologist and life coach Dr. Mike Friedman talks with musicians about the crossroads where music and mental health meet.