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James Worthy (record producer)

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Birth name  James Allen Worthy
Labels  Sony
Label  Sony Corporation
Years active  2009–present
Website  kingjamesworthy.com
James Worthy (record producer)
Born  March 28, 1988 (age 28) Queens, New York, US (1988-03-28)
Occupation(s)  Record producer, musician, songwriter
Instruments  Vocals, keyboards, MPC2000xl, Pro Tools
Genres  Hip hop music, Rhythm and blues
Associated acts  Truth Hurts, Bobby Brown, B Angie B, Yung Berg, Lil Zane, Mike Jones, Bone Crusher, Robin S., Markice Moore
Similar  Truth Hurts, Bobby Brown, B Angie B, Men at Large, Yung Berg

James Worthy (also known as James A Worthy) is an American Grammy Award-nominated record producer and songwriter from Queens, New York. Who has worked with artists such as Robin S, T-Pain, B Angie B, and Truth Hurts.



Worthy began making beats in 2009. Worthy first came to prominence In 2012 with a record for Yung Berg entitled "Electric Disco". In 2015 he produced Truth Hurts' latest UK hit "Fight 4 Love" and Sara Stokes formerly of Da Band hit single "Sneak Peek", among others. Artists with whom Worthy has worked with include Bonecrusher, Bobby Brown, Petey Pablo, Kia Shine, Men at Large, Lil Zane, Markice Moore, Tyra Bolling, & Tony Sunshine. His most recent production credits include "One Thing" by Zaena Morisho, & "Pretty Gang" by Supa Peach which amassed over a million views on YouTube in just 1 month. He has been featured in a novel entitled Family Affair written by Gil Robertson IV. As of 2016, Worthy has also pursued acting, and has been featured on TMZ, Access Hollywood, and appeared on episode 3 of BET's docu series "From The Bottom Up" Season 1.

Production Discography

List of songs as producer or co-producer, with performing artists and other credited producers.


James Worthy (record producer) Wikipedia

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