Music Producer | Audio Engineer | Songwriter
Founder of Gender Amplified, Inc.
Ebonie Smith is an award-winning music producer, audio engineer and songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. and Memphis, TN. Ebonie is also the Founder of Gender Amplified, Inc., an organization that celebrates and supports women in music. Ebonie received her first Grammy Certificate and RIAA-certified platinum plaque for work as an engineer on Hamilton (Original Broadway Cast Recording). She received her second GRAMMY Certificate for work as an assistant engineer on Sturgill Simpson's award-winning album A Sailor's Guide to Earth. She also engineered on the GRAMMY-nominated album Dirty Computer by Janelle Monáe and the GRAMMY-winning album Invasion to Privacy by Cardi B. She currently works part-time as an in-house engineer and producer for Atlantic Records, and otherwise produces and writes full time. She is also an elected governor of the New York Chapter of The Recording Academy. Ebonie was recognized on the Billboard 2020 Impact list and has been featured in The Fader, Variety, Huff Post, Parade, Music Business Worldwide, etc. Ebonie specializes in hip-hop and R&B production and beat making. Collab highlights to date include Cardi B, Sabrina Claudio, Phony Ppl, DRAM, Charlie Puth, Janelle Monae, Jacob Olofsson (Frank Ocean, Camilla Cabello), James Rim (Willow, Jaden Smith), and more.