Michael F. Ellis is a Panamanian master record producer and founder of New Creation Entertprises along with associate David Uriel in Manhattan, New York, where artists such as Edgardo Franco also known as "El General", Smooth the Hustler, Pesos, Tricky, El Profeta, Carlos Miller, Owie Irie and Frank Bent also known as "Killer Ranks" were born. Michael Ellis is responsible for the genres Spanish reggae and reggaeton. Michael F. Ellis produced the smash hits as "El Gran Pana", "El Maestro", "Son Bow", "Buduff Kun Kun", "Te Ves Buena", "La Quemé", "El Paré", "No Mas Guerra", "Wine Your Body", "Cross The Border", "¿Que Pasa Nena?" by Carlos Miller, "Do That to Me One More Time", "Caramelo", "Mermaid Body" and "Killing you Suave" by Killer Ranks in association with Warner Brothers. Michael F. Ellis is the pioneer of Spanish reggae, founder of reggaeton and winning producer of "La Gaviota de Plata at the Festival de la Canción de Viña del Mar, en Chile, the biggest honor in Latin music, Grammy Award winning producer of "Gran Pana", "El Maestro" and "Muevelo, Muevelo", The Premio lo Nuestro award from 1989 - 1993.
- Born: May 12, 1959 (age 60)
- Genre: Hip hop music