Native New Yorker Fenton Joseph has been involved in the commercial music industry for over 20 years. Drawing from endless musical influences, his work stretches from ethereal synth soundscapes, to adrenaline pumping action scene scores, to thumping urban compositions. Fenton’s hallmark has always been breaking from the traditional view of a music producer and stretching his talents across multiple genres. The only rule he concerns himself with is that music must make you feel something. It’s that raw, unbridled emotion found in every song, that is undeniably…Fenton.
Throughout his career, Fenton has had the opportunity to produce tracks featuring performances by renowned artists such as Love & Hip Hop New York star Grafh, Grammy nominees Raheem DeVaughn and Bun B of UGK, as well as Capitol Records recording artist MIMS.
As a composer, his instrumental productions can be found in documentaries, giving life to corporate clients' promotional projects, and even on social media backing up wildly popular influencer videos.
As an entrepreneur, Fenton co-founded Ronin Applied Sciences, a boutique pro-audio design firm that challenged the recording industry to reimagine what a microphone should sound like. Ronin products have been used by top producers and engineers around the country, and can be heard on recordings from noteworthy talents such as Celine Dion, Ne-Yo, and Sasha Dobson (Puss n Boots). Fenton is very proud that Ronin Applied Sciences made history as the world’s first black owned microphone company.
Most recently, Fenton released a series of instrumental albums entitled In Due Time, Vol. 1, 2, and 3. The fourth installment Vol. 4 is currently in production and will be released in 2020.