Mixing up the music industry by supporting women and non-binary producers
OF ALL SONGS ARE PRODUCED BY WOMEN. MUSIC DOESN’T EVEN KNOW WHAT IT’S MISSING.
Turn the Dial fights to increase that number
A direct line to the music industry
Inviting aspiring talent of all marginalised genders to share work with the Bose x She Is The Music Sound Is Power Impact Board—a group of industry leaders dedicated to reviewing new music from under-represented voices.
Chloe Weise Donovan
VP A&R, RCA Records
Vice President, A&R at RCA; has looked after numerous multi-platinum-selling and chart-topping albums.
Brains behind the Wonderchild label and first Black woman to receive “Producer of the Year” at the Juno awards.
Grammy Award–winning production/songwriting duo Denisia “Blu June” Andrews and Brittany “Chi” Coney.
EVP & Co-Head A&R, Quality Control Music
EVP/Head of A&R, Quality Control Music. Has placed records for Saweetie, Travis Scott and more. ASCAP Winning Publisher and founder of Black Girls Behind Music.
VP A&R, UMPG
Vice President, A&R at Universal Music Publishing Group; has signed Zedd, Kenny Beats, Lucky Daye and more.
Award-winning producer, audio engineer, singer-songwriter; founder and president of Gender Amplified, Inc.
Renowned engineer, mixer, collaborator, and album project manager for Alicia Keys. Co-founder of She Is the Music and owner of Jungle City Studios.
Want to get plugged in?
The board offers quarterly reviews and industry insight, so share what you’ve been cooking up today and be a part of music’s tomorrow.
From TikTok sensations to Grammy winners, DJs to record execs, these women are mixing up the music industry in more ways than one.
Paving the way for new ones
Inviting under-represented genders into the mix to make it sound better than ever.
WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM OUR PARTNERS
(Because like H.E.R. says, “it’s okay to be vulnerable” and ask your friends for help.)
Equality, inclusivity and opportunity for women in music
She Is The Music is a non-profit organisation increasing the number of women working in music—songwriters, engineers, producers, artists and industry professionals. Programmes include an all-women songwriting camp, mentorship programmes and the largest global database of women in music.
The biggest award show for women in music
Billboard is not only the world’s premier music publication, but also host of the Billboard Women in Music Awards. The awards recognise groundbreaking artists across genres and generations who have and continue to pave the way for women and non-binary people in music.
“When there’s more visibility, there will be a lot more freedom to create.”