Multi-Platinum Producer/CEO Ensayne Music Group
Born and bred in Memphis,TN, Ensayne Wayne was exposed to musicianship at a young age.
At the age of 5 he was playing drums and percussion instruments. He eventually ventured into piano and woodwind instruments at the age of 9. Ensayne Wayne's sound is arresting; he boldly combines the Southern knocking bass drives he grew up on, with a self-described "chamelon " sound. The product of this alchemy is as platinum as the MPC he makes his beats on.
His mother, an opera singer, was one of the first black women to graduate from Memphis State University with a degree in music; his father was a drummer and percussionist. Ensayne was heavily influenced by his parents and Memphis legends Al Greene, Maurice White, Rufus Thomas & Isacc Hayes.
Ensayne Wayne is the older brother and sonic sensai of popular producer Drumma Boy. Ensayne previously lead the team of producers known as The Drum Squad and has passed the torch to his younger brother Drumma Boy in order to start his own production company,
Ensayne Music Group. He recently produced Plies' "Shawty" and anthem track, "Atlanta, GA" featuring Ludacris, The Dream, Shawty Lo and Gucci Mane, AlleyBoy "Throw It Up", Chy Hi Da Prynce "Sideways", Lil Hot "RIch Bytch" and Giavanni "Whatever" featuring Wocka Flocka. He has worked with a host of hip hop acts that include Tela, Gangsta Boo, Scarface, Twista, EightBall & MJG, 3-6 Mafia, Yo Gotti, Lil Wayne, Rocko, Yung Berg, Jody Breeze, Playaz Circle, and Brisco