Montreality features WondaGurl: Discussing her studio essentials, women in hip-hop, Drake & more
Toronto producer WondaGurl (JAY-Z, Drake, Kanye West) recently connected with Montreality as the latest feature in their popular interview series.
The 22-year-old accomplished beatsmith touches on her background, her studio essentials, women in hip-hop, Drake, advice for aspiring producers, and more.
Along with the new interview, Montreality is promoting WondaGurl’s new sample pack coming through Splice. You can download it for free with the code “wondareality” on the site’s checkout. More info is available below.
WondaGurl on Splice
WondaGurl’s story is inspiring for more than a couple reasons. You might know her as the girl who produced Rihanna’s “Bitch Better Have my Money,” when she was just 17; but what you probably don’t know is that she is the youngest black female producer to go platinum, she’s one of the hardest working people in the game, And she’s just getting started.
Born Ebony Oshunrinde in Mississauga, Toronto, Ontario, WondaGurl’s interests extend beyond hip hop. She’s well known for her modeling, appearing in Barney’s fall collection 2018, and she puts on for her city by bringing up local artists to continue Toronto’s legacy of dominating the rap game. While her interests are wide-ranging, WondaGurl remains a prolific producer, having recently produced singles with Travis Scott, Lil Uzi Vert, Big Sean, Rich The Kid, Don Toliver, Future, Eminem, Rihanna, and Drake, to name a few.
Even with this much success, WondaGurl stays humble and inspired by the music.
Click here to download her new sample pack on Splice.
You can follow @WondaGurl on Instagram.
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