Brandon Friesen

About Brandon Friesen

Brandon Friesen is an American, Grammy Award nominated and multi-Juno Award winning music producer, audio engineer, mixer, and television producer. He was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and spent several years living and working in Canada before relocating permanently to Los Angeles, California. His current companies include record label Blue Cadillac Music with partner Billy Ray Cyrus, Arbor Television, and C12 Records (distributed by EMI Music Canada).

As a producer, mixing engineer, and audio engineer, Brandon Friesen’s career has spanned over 15 years. In 2006 Friesen was honored for a second time as “Engineer of the Year” at the WCMA Awards, prevailing over a number of highly respected engineers such as Randy Staub (Metallica, Nickelback). He engineered and mixed the Power97 sessions, which include acoustic performances by Nickelback, Sum 41, Everlast, Seether, Staind, Finger Eleven, Three Days Grace, and more.

Digital Asset (NFT) Drops

Legends of Dropables

Dropables is an exclusive NFT marketplace that is set to revolutionize the music industry. Unlike traditional record labels that control when and how music is released, Dropables gives artists and musicians the power to take control of their careers. By leveraging the power of blockchain technology, artists can create unique and exclusive NFTs that can be sold to fans, collectors, and investors, providing a new revenue stream and giving fans a new way to engage with their favorite artists. With Dropables, musicians have the ability to release their music on their own terms, bypassing the traditional gatekeepers and middlemen that have long dominated the industry. This tool has the potential to change the music industry by democratizing the release process and putting the power back in the hands of the creators.