OREN YOEL learned at the age of 7 how to play the clarinet, baritone sax, piano, saxophone, and tenor saxophone. He acquired a love for music at a young age and started producing when he was 15. “I was just a fan of all types of music,” the producer stated. With influences like Charlie Parker, Dilla, The Doors, and Miles Davis, Oren has mastered almost every type of musical genre imaginable.
He began by producing local hip-hop artists and playing keyboards in numerous bands. His first break into the industry came when he co-produced the theme for The Boondocks as well as music from the first season.
Oren produced the bulk of Asher Roth’s Asleep in the Bread Aisle including songs such as “Lark on My Go-Kart” and “Be by Myself”. He has since worked with numerous recording artists including Macy Gray, Eliza Doolittle's In Your Hands, and Parachute Overnight.
Oren’s song with Miley Cyrus, “Adore You,” from her album Bangerz, which he co-wrote and produced, charted at #21 Billboard & #15 on the Top 40. The song is critically acclaimed for its songwriting and production, especially showcasing Miley Cyrus’s "versatile voice."