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Maestro (producer)

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Birth name  Vaushaun Brooks
Education  Morehouse College
Genres  Hip hop music
Name  Vaushaun Brooks
Years active  2002–present
Role  Record producer

Maestro (producer) Maestro (producer)

Born
  10 January 1980 (age 35)Windsor, Connecticut, United States (1980-01-10)
Origin  Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Instruments  Piano, Roland TR-808, Korg Triton
Labels  MaestroSound Music, Inc
Nominations  Grammy Award for Album of the Year
Similar People  Lil Wayne, T‑Pain, Fabian Marasciullo, Kanye West, Busta Rhymes
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Associated acts  Lil Wayne, Ice Cube
Occupation(s)  Producer, Songwriter

Vaushaun Brooks (born January 10, 1980), professionally known as Maestro is an American Grammy Award-winning hip hop record producer and songwriter. Maestro's trademark is a synthesized female voice saying "Maestro" at the beginning of his productions. Maestro's sound is primarily sample-free, relying heavily on synthesizers or live instruments. Brooks graduated with honors from Morehouse College in 2002.

Contents

Daz Dillinger - Witit Witit

  • "Come Thru" (feat. Sky Keeton)
  • The Game - The R.E.D. Album

  • "Paramedics" (feat. Young Jeezy)
  • Mistah F.A.B. - I Found My Backpack 2: The Lost Notebook

  • "Yearbook"
  • Boo Rossini

  • "Whip It" (feat. Lil Wayne, Yo Gotti)
  • Aubrey O'Day feat Shanell

  • "Party All the Time"
  • Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III

  • "3 Peat"
  • "Prostitute 2"
  • "Kush"
  • Ice Cube - Raw Footage

  • "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It" (remix features Scarface, Nas)
  • Too Short - Blow the Whistle

  • "Call Her A B****" (produced with Playa Poncho)
  • Clipse - Clipse Presents: Re-Up Gang

  • "Zen"
  • "Celebrate" (feat. Joss Stone)
  • Dem Franchize Boyz - Our World, Our Way

  • "Itz A Go"
  • "Put U On"
  • "Whip It" featuring Lil' Wayne
  • "Aint No Stoppin"
  • "Choosin" co-produced with Parlae
  • "DFB" co-produced with Parlae
  • "Numba 1 Girl" featuring J Que
  • Chilli - Bi-Polar

  • "AWW!"
  • "Take You Away"
  • "Wanna Be Yours"
  • Dem Franchize Boyz - On Top Of Our Game

  • 05. "You Know What It Is"
  • 09. "Give Props"
  • 11. "Don't Play With Me" featuring Three 6 Mafia
  • Jibbs - Jibbs feat Jibbs

  • 13. "Stuntin" (Import Bonus Track)
  • David Banner - Certified

  • 04. "2 Fingers" featuring Jagged Edge (keyboards)
  • 06. "Fucking" featuring Jazze Pha (keyboards)
  • 09. "Certified" featuring Marcus (keyboards)
  • 12. "Westside" Produced by Maestro
  • 13. "I'll Take You Bitch" featuring Too Short, Bun B & Jazze Pha (keyboards)
  • 16. "X-ed" featuring Kamikaze (keyboards)
  • 3LW - Point of No Return

  • "Throwback"
  • "Phone Sex"
  • Syndicato - Syndicato

  • "305"
  • Bishop Paul S. Morton - Seasons Change

  • Can You Come Today
  • Big Gipp

  • "Hell on the Charm"
  • Parlae

  • "I Whip Yae" (Feat. Lil Wayne)
  • Tash - Control Freek

  • "Push The Button"
  • Lil Twist

  • "Old Enough (Remix)" (Feat. Nicki Minaj)
  • Mack Maine - Freestyle 102: No Pens No Pads

  • "Windows Half Down"
  • Yo Gotti - Cocaine Muzik 4.5

  • "Fishscale Dreams"
  • L.E.P. Bogus Boys - Don't Feed Tha Killaz 3

  • "DFK3 Intro" - co-prod. by Team Green
  • "Darkness" - co-prod by FMG
  • Jim Jones - Ghost of Rich Porter

  • "Oh Yeah Intro" - feat. Hell Rell
  • "Coke Rush"
  • Half Past Dead 2

  • "Break Her Off" - featuring Kurupt
  • Next Day Air

  • "Get It How You Live" - featuring 5 Grand co-prod. by Siah
  • xXx: State of the Union

  • "Wyle Out" - featuring Bone Crusher
  • "Just Like Wylin'" - featuring Three Days Grace
  • The Longest Yard

  • "Talkin' That Talk" by Chamillionaire featuring David Banner (keyboards)
  • Occupation: Hollywood

  • "Side 2 Side" featuring D. Woods
  • "Tho It Up"
  • "I Like That"
  • "Good Times"
  • "Hoodstafied" featuring Kurupt
  • "A MO Girl Is.."
  • "One Night Stand"
  • "If Only"
  • "Train"
  • "I'm Sorry"
  • "Catchin' Feelings"
  • "Access Hollywood"
  • "Make My Move"
  • Midnight Club: Los Angeles

  • "Gangsta Rap Made Me Do It"
  • References

    Maestro (producer) Wikipedia