Howard Drossin

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Howard Drossin

Howard Drossin, born October 2, 1965, is an American composer for film and video games. His recent work includes: co-scoring with longtime collaborator RZA, The Man with the Iron Fists for Universal Pictures, starring Russell Crowe and Lucy Liu; several award-winning video game titles including Afro Samurai, Splatterhouse, and Baldur's Gate; a Super Bowl commercial; and orchestration on the Grammy-winning jazz record, A Tale of God’s Will. He has worked on albums and musical projects with a wide variety of artists such as Herbie Hancock, Terence Blanchard, Rod Stewart, The Black Keys, Beyoncé Knowles, Wiz Khalifa, and Paul Oakenfold.

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