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Birth name  Montay Humphrey
Name  DJ Montay
Labels  Big Oomp Records
Years active  2000–present
Genres  Hip hop R&B

DJ Montay
Occupation(s)  Record producer Songwriter DJ
Instruments  Keyboard Music sequencer Drum machine Synthesizer Sampler Turntables

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Montay Humphrey (known as DJ Montay) (born December 4, 1978) is an American DJ/turntablist, Grammy Award-nominated record producer and songwriter, who has worked with artists such as Flo Rida, T-Pain, Akon, and Ne-Yo. He has had his work featured on movies such as Step Up 3D, Stomp The Yard, and Norbit.

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Career

DJ Montay first came to prominence In 2006 with the hit single "Walk It Out," produced for Unk. The song peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. He also produced a remix, which featured Andre 3000, Unk, Jim Jones and Big Boi.

Shortly after, Montay produced another hit "2 Step," the follow-up single from Unk's debut album "Beat’n Down Yo Block" distributed by Koch Entertainment. It reached the Billboard Top Ten, with the remix featuring appearances from artists such as T-Pain, Jim Jones and E-40.

In 2008, DJ Montay produced his number one smash hit "Low" by Flo Rida featuring T-Pain. "Low" was one of the biggest songs of 2008 and earned DJ Montay two Grammy nominations.

He went on to produce "Sugar" for Flo Rida featuring Wynter Gordon, which peaked at number 5 in the Billboard Hot 100, "Who the Fuck is that" by Dolla featuring Akon and T-Pain, "I’d Rather" for the Academy Award-winning group Three 6 Mafia, and "Creepin" by Chamillionaire featuring Ludacris.

Additionally, he produced "Foolish" for Shawty Lo, which reached 20 on the Billboard Radio Songs and multiple songs for the Ying Yang Twins, DJ Kay Slay and Sheek Louch from The Lox.

His production credits also include "Twisted" by Gorilla Zoe featuring Lil Jon, "Everybody Drunk" from Ludacris's "Battle of the Sexes" album, and Ice Cube's "It is What it Is" from his "I Am the West" album.

His most recent production credits include "Money Can’t Buy" by Ne-Yo featuring Young Jeezy, which reached 41 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart; "Mainstream Ratchet" and "So We Can Live" from 2 Chainz's second studio album B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, T.I.'s "Can You Learn” from his "Trouble Man" album featuring R. Kelly, and Lil Jon's "Pop that Pussy."

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DJ Montay Wikipedia


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