Britton Turner

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R & B - Contemporary | Michigan, United States
Total Song Plays: 36   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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My first venture in
music was with an independent record label called Hittin' Home Records. I produced R&B and Rap back in 1989-91.
Then I went to Atlanta and my first major record that I produced was on Erick Sermons solo album called No Pressure. My song was a bonus track on the album called Female Species..(1994) Also in 1994 I produced a song for Too Short's Cocktales album called Don't Fuck For Free. Again in 1994 I was on M.C. Breed's most popular album called Funkdafied. The songs produced were Underground Address...One Time...and Shootin' from the Hip. In 1997 I was on Jay-Z's In my Lifetime vol.1 album and I produced a song called Real Niggaz. In 2005 I did a song for Keith Sweat and it was a hot but it didn't end up on the album but I did get paid for it.