Brittany Lewis was born and raised in Dover, Delaware, and attended Howard University in Washington, D.C. She's the Artist Partnerships Lead of Black Music & Culture at YouTube. In that role she manages music partnerships with artists for YouTube and Google. She's also responsible for managing Black Music & Culture initiatives like the Black Voices Fund artist grants program, FIFTY DEEP, YouTube's hip-hop 50 campaign, and YouTube Avenues, a scaled education program for Black artists in secondary music markets with Wallace "Wallo267" Peebles.
Before joining YouTube, Brittany was the Creative Manager for Hip-Hop and R&B at Spotify where she produced and curated Spotify's original video content for their flagship hip-hop playlist, RapCaviar. During her tenure at Spotify, she also was an integral part in launching RapCaviar's hip-hop programs and brand extensions including the concert series, RapCaviar Live. Brittany began her career as an editorial assistant at Russell Simmons' entertainment company GlobalGrind. During her time at GlobalGrind, she was given the opportunity to run the company's music channel as Senior Editor, where she spearheaded and produced a plethora of music content franchises.