Ainz “Brainz” Prasad began his professional music career in 1998 by signing a publishing deal with the legendary songwriter Kenny “Baby Face” Edmonds. This immediately launched his career and shortly became a multi platinum music producer. Brainz shot up the charts and within a short period of time he was able to write and produce music for artists such as Jamie Foxx, Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, P!NK, Miley Cyrus, French Montana, Pit Bull and much more. Whether it’s additional music, film score or music supervisor, Brainz is able to have his finger on the pulse of Hollywood. After winning an American Music Award for soundtrack of the year (Save The Last Dance); Brainz continued to work on films such as Django, The Amazing Spider Man, Hard Ball, Pootie Tang, Beerfest and much more. He has gone on to produce and write music for FOX Network, BET and ESPN 30 for 30. Through out his career he has managed to work on several commercial campaigns including Verizon, Mercedes Benz, Steph Curry Under Armor and Bombay Safire. Brainz is all about challenges and is currently focusing on film composing. He has had the opportunity to work with Hans Zimmer (The Amazing Spider Man); and now has composed music and is the music supervisor on the feature film All-Star Weekend (Starring Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven, Robert Downey Jr., Eva Longoria, Gerard Butler and Benicio Del Toro). In 2018 Brainz became the music producer for the 2018 BET Awards. Brainz stays in the mix and is quickly becoming one of the newer faces in the Hollywood motion pictures scene. Brainz has taken his 20+ years of his music industry knowledge and entrepreneurial skills to the tech world. He is currently designing an online music-licensing platform that will help curate music for all forms of media. In 2018 Brainz and his production partners over at HMG acquired a publishing catalogue that got a whopping 5 Grammy awards. Among those wins were R&B Album of The Year (Bruno Mars "24K Magic"); Song of The Year (Bruno Mars "That's What I Like"); Best R&B Song of The Year (Bruno Mars "That's What I Like). Currently Brainz is the music composer on a Netflix tv series titled "Dad Stop Embarrassing Me" (slated for 2021 release), is the film composer on "Groove Tales" animation feature film (slated for 2021 release). Brainz recently signed an administrative partnership deal with BMG music Publishing.