From humble Hempstead, New York, Andrew Lloyd, better know as DrewsThatDude, found his footing early on in music. He went on to become a classically trained pianist, graduating from the Berklee College of Music. With time, he grew into a multi-platinum producer, working with some of the most popular musicians in pop culture. His work earned him 2 Grammy nominations for his production on Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter IV” and for vocals on Mac Miller’s “Swimming.” His list of credits also includes ScHoolboy Q, Omarion, Jacquees, Trey Songz and many others.
Aside from his collaborative work with major musicians, Lloyd has released his own music as an instrumental artist on major streaming services like Apple Music, Spotify and Soundcloud, racking up over 20 million streams to date. His debut "En Amor EP" was released via HuhWhat&Where Records in 2016, as well as a collaborative EP with labelmate Tek.lun "No More Favors.” Lloyd has taken his talent across the United States and abroad, including London, Amsterdam, Paris & Tokyo, with many more destinations to come.