Drew Dixon

Drew Dixon

Drew Dixon is a music producer, television producer, writer and activist. 

She was a Vice President of A&R at Arista Records, where she reported to legendary music producer, Clive Davis. She was also a Director of A&R at Def Jam Recordings and the General Manager of John Legend’s independent record label, where she oversaw the recording of Estelle’s Grammy winning single, American Boy. 

In December 2017, Drew broke her silence in The New York Times about sexual assault and harassment in the music industry. She is the main subject of the HBO Max documentary, On The Record, directed by Academy Award nominated filmmakers, Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick, which documents her decision to come forward as a survivor of sexual harassment and assault.

During her career in the music industry, Drew oversaw the recording of hit records with Carlos Santana, Aretha Franklin, Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill, Monica, Brandy, Deborah Cox, Method Man, Q-Tip, Brand Nubian, Mary J. Blige, John Legend, Estelle, Kanye West and more. Drew is also an honors graduate of Harvard’s MBA program and a graduate of Stanford University. She lives with her two children and their two cats, George and Weezie, in Brooklyn, NY.