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Born in Chandler, AZ and raised in Sacramento, CA, Drew Scott, is a two-time Grammy nominated producer, singer-songwriter. Also known as "Druski", Drew Scott has had the pleasure of working with the likes of Fantasia "Ain't All Bad", Teyana Taylor “It Could Just Be Love”, Tori Kelly, Michelle Williams "Love Gun", Luke James and Bridget Kelly (I.O.U. Remix), Trinitee 5:7 "Some Kind of Amazing", Jason Derulo, Zendaya “Fireflies” and most notably Dawn Richard whom he's served as the Executive Producer of her critically acclaimed projects "Armor On", "Whiteout" and "Goldenheart".

A classically trained pianist, trumpeter and percussionist, Drew Scott has been playing the piano since the age of 7. In 2012, Druski was nominated for a Grammy for Best Gospel Album for Trinitee 5:7's Angel & Chanelle, where he produced and wrote the helmed “Some Kind of Amazing”. In July 2013, Drew Scott released his debut EP, Places I've Ever Been. His debut EP was received well by critics, even being noted as the #4 Best EP of 2013 by Centric TV and ThatGrapeJuice.net

In 2014, Drew Scott was nominated for a Grammy for Best Urban Alternative Album for Fantasia’s Side Effects of You in which he co-wrote the fan favorite, “Ain’t All Bad”. Drew Scott also released his second EP Places I’ve Ever Been Vol. II.

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"In 2015, Drew Scott worked with Glee’s Sam Larsen, X-Factor’s Josh Levi, discovered his own artist LEX and traveled to Trinidad to work with legendary Soca recording artist Destra Garcia. Drew Scott also served as a brand ambassador for Microsoft’s “Notes For Life” program – an afterschool program that introduced high school students to music through technology.

In 2016, Drew Scott released his third EP Detour and Executive Produced The Voice’s Paxton Ingram’s chart topping EP Recover. He is currently working with Nick Jonas, Jake Miller, Beyonce’s artist Sophie Beem and Tortola’s own McKenzie Baltimore (B.More) and Ouida Nisbett. Drew Scott plans to release his third and final installment to his Places I’ve Ever Been series with features from Andra Day, American Idol’s Pia Toscano, and Eric Bellinger to name a few.

 

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