Jay-Z's thirteenth consecutive studio album to top the charts, "Magna Carta, Holy Grail" sold over 500,000 units in the first week of its release due primarily to the stellar production that is presented on the project itself. The 19 year old producer, "Ebony Naomi Oshurinde" who is known as, "Wondagurl" produced the reggae inspired instrumental for the track that would be known as, "Crown" for "Jay-Z's" latest album.
As a child, Wondagurl was never good with people but rather was always good with programs and started to fix computers at the age of nine. At the age of nine she was inspired to start making beats on a Casio Keyboard after watching a documentary of the super-producer, "Timbaland" and superstar MC Jay-Z creating, "The Black Album" . From that day forward, Ebony was instantly gravitated to one day be able to produce music just like the incredibly talented Timbaland.
By age 11, she was watching youtube on how to make beats with free production computer programs such as Magix Music Maker and by the time she was 13 she had been producing with the programs Reason and Fruity Loops. At the age of 13 she felt her skills were at a level where the world needed to hear her music and so she entered the Battle of the Beat Makers Competition. This event would prove to be an invaluable experience for her journey as Wondagurl would be introduced to one of her favorite producers, "Boi-1da". Boi-1da is also the inspiration for her producer name with a female twist on it and would also be the first major artist she would link up with after winning the competition the second time she entered.
This accolade on her resume would allow her to use this exposure to her advantage to connect with Boi-1da further to receive guidance on how to truly master her skill-set in Fruity Loops to reach a level to where she would eventually link up with another major artist in, "Travi$ Scott". He would go on to use one of her beats for the banger, "Uptown" featuring, "ASAP Ferg". From there she would keep sending beats to Travis who then send her a message that would change her life when he told her one of her beats would be used on Jay-Z's new album. Since then Wondagurl's career has taken off and she was worked with the artist, "SZA" from TDE and Toronto's finest MC, "Drake" on two tracks in, "Company" and "Used To".
Wondagurl's ultimate goal is to win a grammy and from her accomplishments so far as only 19 years old, its safe to say that goal is well within reach for her to achieve.