Alexander Lewis, a prominent figure in the realm of production, hails from the fertile grounds of Los Angeles. His sonic landscapes defy boundaries, blending electronic, hip-hop, and orchestral elements into a mesmerizing tapestry. Lewis crafts compositions that are both cinematic and infectious, pushing sonic frontiers with every release. Collaborations with artists like Brasstracks, Chief Reef, and Juice WRLD showcase his knack for genre-bending innovation. Alexander Lewis stands as a boundary-pushing visionary, reshaping the musical landscape with each note, forging a path where tradition meets the avant-garde. Brasstracks is the Grammy award winning project of New York based musician and producer Ivan Jackson. Over the years, Brasstracks has evolved into an ever-morphing landscape where Jackson sets the framework. The Brasstracks rap sheet runs for miles. The group scored two GRAMMY wins for their production work on Chance The Rapper’s seminal “No Problems” in 2017 (Best Rap Performance, Best Rap Album). They’ve also since been nominated for their work with Harry Styles during the 2021 GRAMMYs for Best Pop Vocal Album, ultimately taking home the Best Pop Solo Performance award for their work on “Watermelon Sugar.” Brasstracks has appeared on Saturday Night Live, performing alongside Miley Cyrus, Harry Styles and Mark Ronson. Other collaborations include Anderson .Paak, Khalid, Mac Miller, and BTS. Brasstracks has also performed songs from their debut album on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert. The new Brasstracks era sees Jackson as an architect for this larger project of incubating artists and allowing them the space to grow.