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Birth name  Leigh Elliott
Name  Lee Major
Genres  Rap, R&B, Hip Hop
Role  Television actor
Instruments  Drums, Piano
Height  1.83 m
Years active  2007–present

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Also known as  Lee Major Kid, The Inkredibles
Occupation(s)  Record Producer, songwriter
Spouse  Faith Majors (m. 2002), Karen Velez (m. 1988–1994)
Children  Nikki Majors, Dane Luke Majors, Lee Majors II, Trey Kulley Majors
Albums  The Gobots, Ace of Cake 3 (The Kush Pack)
Movies and TV shows  The Six Million Dollar Man, The Fall Guy, The Big Valley, Do You Believe?, The Virginian
Similar People  Farrah Fawcett, Heather Thomas, Faith Majors, Lindsay Wagner, Peter Breck

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Leigh Elliott, known professionally as Lee Major is an 2x grammy nominated American hip hop producer also known by the monikers Lee Major Kid and The Inkredibles. Lee Major has received production credit on tracks for artists such as Jay-Z, Rick Ross, Jadakiss, Ace Hood, Young Jeezy, DJ Khaled, and others. In 2011, Lee Major established So Major Music.


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actor Lee Majors with his wife Actress Faith Majors


Lee Major was born in Petersburg, Virginia. He grew up in a family of musicians: his mother played the piano, his father played the drums, and his eldest brother played bass guitar. He began his production career as the co-owner and music-producing partner of the production company So Inkredible, LLC. He also began going professionally by the name The Inkredibles. The production duo was discovered in 2007 on MySpace by SpiffTV, who in turn introduced the duo to DJ Nasty. Afterwards The Inkredibles were signed to We The Best Management.

Among The Inkredibles' first charting singles was Young Jeezy's "Vacation" from The Recession, which peaked at No. 16 on the Hot Rap Tracks in 2008. By the end of 2009 Lee Major had ended his affiliation with his business partner. Through the moniker The Inkredibles, in 2011 he established So Major Music.

Mixtapes/EP's Releases

The following is an incomplete list of mixtape tracks produced by Lee Major:

  • 2008: T-Pain - PR33 Ringz
  • Track: "Freakin" (ft. Gorilla Zoe & T-Pain)
  • 2008: T-Pain - PrEVOLVEr
  • Track: "Keep It Coming"
  • 2012: Rick Ross - Rich Forever
  • Track: "Keys To The Crib" (ft. Styles P)
  • 2013: Jacob Latimore - This Is Me 2
  • Track: "New Girl"
  • 2013: Meek Mill - Dreamchasers 3
  • Track: "My Life" (ft. French Montana)
  • 2015: Wale - Wale x A-Trak : Festivus
  • Track: "Intro Stroke Of Genius"
  • 2015: Skeme - Ingleworld 2
  • Track: "Still Gittin" (Co-Produced with Sean Momberger)
  • 2015: Trevor Jackson - "In my Feelings"
  • Track: "Rock Wit Me" (ft. Iamsu!)
  • 2015: Rich Homie Quan - "ABTA: Still Going In"
  • Track: "The Pull Up" (Co-Produced with Trauma Tone Beats)
  • 2016: Wale - "Summer on Sunset"
  • Track: "Still Up Ft. Phil Ade & Jazz Cartier " (Co-Produced by Ari Pen Smith)
  • 2016: Shy Glizzy - "Young Jefe 2"
  • Track: "Ride 4 U" (Co Produced by Trauma Tone Beats)
  • 2016: Wale - "Today....i Got Time!"
  • Track: "Solbiato Freestyle"
  • 2017: Jefe (Shy Glizzy) - "The World Is Yours "
  • Track: "Give It Up Ft. 3 Glizzy" (Co-Produced by Trauma Tone Beats & Keyflo)
  • 2017: Trey Songz feat MIKExAngel - "Anticipation 3"
  • Track: "Sho Nuff" (Co-Produced with Sean Momberger & LVM of Nasty Beat Makers)
  • 2017: MIKExAngel - "Anticipation 3"
  • Track: "Anxious"
  • 2017: MIKExAngel - (Promo Release/Non Album release single)
  • Track: "My Oh My" (Co-Produced with Sean Momberger)
  • Film and television

  • Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li
  • Track: Ace Hood - "Get Him"
  • Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming
  • Track: Ace Hood - "Don't Get Caught Slippin"
  • America's Best Dance Crew
  • Track: Flo Rida - "Rewind" (featuring Wyclef Jean)
  • ABC's NBA Finals
  • Track: DJ Khaled – "Victory" (featuring Nas & John Legend)
  • ABC's NBA Playoffs
  • Track: Wale – "Golden Salvation (Jesus Piece)"
  • References

    Lee Major Wikipedia