Brandon Metcalf’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

Intro American record producer
Is Musician 
Record producer 
From United States of America 
Type Business 
Gender male
Birth 3 July 1986
Age: 34 years

Brandon Metcalf is a record producer and entrepreneur. In 2005, he founded Destiny Collective, a network of businesses in the music and merchandising industries. He was originally a Seattle-based music producer but as of August 2012 is now based primarily out of Nashville.

History: Teenage years

Starting in the 6th grade, Metcalf was a paperboy. At age 13, he took savings from the paper route job and purchased a set of turntables after deciding he wanted to be a DJ. Adopting the nickname FADE, he spent his teenage years DJ’ing at competitions, school dances, clubs, and weddings. He started his first official business at age 15 which was a wedding DJ business. At age 13 he wrote and recorded his own hip hop album, using beats he made on the computer and sampled from vinyl records. At age 16, he upgraded to Pro Tools software and recorded local acoustic projects out of his parents home.

Destiny Collective

At age 19, Brandon sold the DJ company, dropped out of Brigham Young University, and purchased a home to build a studio in. He started a new company called Destiny Collective to focus on artist development, record production, and merchandising. The parent corporation includes successful ventures, specializing in collegiate and Greek apparel, and the newly launched Destiny Nashville, a recording studio and production company on music row.

Studio work

Brandon has worked in the studio as a producer, engineer, and/or mixer with bands and artists such as:

  • Jewel
  • Blues Traveler
  • Secondhand Serenade
  • Due West
  • The Classic Crime
  • Julia Sheer
  • Elenowen
  • Trent Dabbs
  • Brooke Waggoner
  • Veronica Ballestrini
  • Brooke Hogan
  • Stephen Jerzak
  • Daphne Loves Derby
  • The Scene Aesthetic
  • He Is We
  • Danger Radio
  • A Change of Pace
  • Common Market
  • Anarbor
  • Artist vs Poet

Aside from his personal studio, he has worked on projects in studios throughout Seattle, Los Angeles, and Nashville. His production work has received positive reviews from music publications and websites such as


Brandon and his work has been featured on:

  • MTV
  • VH1
  • e!
  • USA
  • ABC
  • NBC
  • Rolling Stone

In addition, he has been featured in interviews in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Seattle Times, FOX, and ABC News.