Oscar White III (born June 7, 1980) also known by his pseudonym Oscar Wylde, is a musician, music producer, and recording engineer from Houston Texas.
Oscar began his professional music career in 2001 by attending and receiving an associate of science degree from one of the most revered media arts schools in the world, Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida. After graduation he went back to his home state to build his name as one of the top engineers/ music producers in Houston, Texas. Oscar quickly found the multi-million dollar recording studio South Coast Recorders where he began recording and mixing R&B and Hip Hop music projects. Soon he began engineering sessions at Music World Entertainment, the record label owned by Mathew Knowles the father of Beyoncé. It was here that Oscar recorded songs with Solange (the younger sister of Beyonce), Brian Andrews (from MTV's Making The Band television series), George Clinton, and recorded,"T57" the American Grammy Award nominated album released in 2007 by contemporary gospel group Trin-i-tee 5:7.
He has collaborated and played as a session musician on a number songs with artist such as Devin the Dude , Bun B, Z-Ro ,Case, Mýa and many more. As well he has produced and mixed songs for Lil' Flip, mixed The entire Ying Yang Forever album by theYing Yang Twins and produced the Ying Yang Twin's song called, "Fever". Most recently Oscar Mixed and produced several songs on "Dopeman Music " the album/ mixtape by the Legendary rapper Scarface and has just finished an electro-pop album with the actress/ model Julin Jean.