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Femi Ojetunde, is a multi-platinum Grammy Award-winning music producer, composer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, entrepreneur, and CEO of Femdouble Entertainment Group. As the architect of the Afromonic Music genre, his professional career spans over three decades with over 2000 songs produced across genres including Rap/Hip Hop, R&B, Pop, Afrobeats & Indigenous African Orchestration.

His accomplishments span across the global entertainment industry, including notable works in music, movies, and television. His music career started in his home country of Nigeria, where he quickly rose to the top of the Nigerian Music Industry through his ingenuity, musicality, & songwriting abilities. His talents soon attracted some of the most renowned artists in Nigeria including King Sunny Ade, 2baba, Onyeka Onwenu, Tina "African Oyinbo" Onwudiwe, Sir Shina Peters, Oliver De Coque, Charlie Boy, Sunny Nneji, Dele Taiwo, Mike Okri & a host of many others.

At the age of 20, Femi was the youngest person to be awarded one of Nigeria's highest music honors "The Fame Music Producer of the Year “. At the pinnacle of his Nigerian music career, Femi migrated to the United States intending to further develop his craft and sharpen his skills in production. While in the US, it wasn't long before his adept talent was discovered by Leila Steinberg, best known as the artist mentor and first manager for superstar rapper Tupac Shakur. Leila managed Femi which later led to an introduction to legendary veteran music producer Quincy Jones.

Femi is currently teaching, mentoring and developing Pop, R&B, Hip-hop, and Gospel acts for his production company, MAJOR PARADIGM Inc. Femi Ojetunde went on to work with many renowned artists and creatives, including but not limited to; Quincy Jones, Quincy Jones III, Tupac Shakur, Tpain, E-40, Cee-lo Green, Jennifer Hudson, Ginuwine, TQ, Krayzie Bone, Tech N9ne, Juvenile, and Debbie Gibson; most recently worked on projects with Chandler Moore (Maverick City Music), Tony Williams, & Nigerian high life artist Flavour. His work with Tupac Shakur is now featured in the “Tupac Shakur: Wake Me When I’m Free” museum experience at L.A. Live Entertainment Complex in downtown L.A.