Full Sail University


Tremaine Williams

Producer/Engineer, Composer, Tour Personnel

Upon graduating from Full Sail, Tremaine Williams began his career as an intern at Hidden Beach Recordings in 2004; it was during this time that he became a voting member of The Recording Academy and met producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. This led to a job as their in-house engineer/programmer and credits on projects by artists like Usher, Janet Jackson, 50 Cent, and Boyz II Men. Tremaine is now a multi-platinum producer, songwriter, audio programmer, and engineer who’s gone on to work with the some of the most celebrated names in music including Mariah Carey, Bruno Mars, Usher, Ariana Grande, and Jill Scott. He’s produced music for some of the biggest TV shows including the theme song for ABC's Mixed'ish and BET's Apollo Live, Empire, BET Sunday Best, Keeping up with The Kardashians, and MTV’s Real World. He’s also one of the youngest members ever elected to serve on the Recording Academy's Board of Governors.


Mariah Carey, Bruno Mars, NBC, FOX, AppleTV+

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All these opportunities have presented themselves because I was open to trying new things.”
—Tremaine Williams
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