Amadeus, Renowned Record Producer for Multi-Platinum BadBoy/Hitmen, Receives Ph.D. from Harvest Christian University

Dr. Amadeus, Ph.D., CEO of Platinum Boy Music Inc. He is a record producer for Multi-Platinum BadBoy/Hitmen and serves as Trey Songz’s Musical Director/Tour Drummer. Amadeus is also a Brand Ambassador for Belaire, Bumbu Rum, McQueen, and the Violet Fog & Villon. Additionally, he is a Drais Night Club Resident and an Educator & Motivational Speaker.

With an impressive list of accomplishments, this music producer has worked with more than 100 artists including Jennifer Lopez, French Montana, Trey Songz, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, Justin Bieber, Fabolous, T.I, Young Jeezy, Tyga, Keyshia Cole, and Wale, among others. In addition to his music production work, he has also created scores for a variety of high-profile clients such as BET, VHI, Burger King, Sprite, EA Sports, and ESPN.

Dr. Amadeus and Dr. Carl Robinson CEO and Founder

Amadeus for received his Ph.D. in music business and entrepreneurship from Harvest Christian University on April 22nd in Dallas, Texas. This is a significant achievement, and it is a testament to his dedication and hard work in the field of music business. With this degree, it acknowledges that Amadeus has the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the music industry. He is not just a top academic performer, he is also making a positive impact within his community. The Ph.D. is evident in his achievements.


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