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No I.D

No I.D

No I.D


No I.D, formerly known as Immenslope and also known as Ernest Wilson (born Dion Wilson in Chicago, Illinois), is a hip hop and R&B record producer, best known for his early work with Chicago rapper, and life long friend, Common (formerly Common Sense) and is known as "The Godfather of Chicago hip hop". As a co-producer (and sometimes ghost producer) for Jermaine Dupri, No I.D. has worked on hit singles such as "My Boo" by Usher and Alicia Keys, "Let Me Hold You" by Bow Wow featuring Omarion Read more on Last.fm
No I.D, formerly known as Immenslope and also known as Ernest Wilson (born Dion Wilson in Chicago, Illinois), is a hip hop and R&B record producer, best known for his early work with Chicago rapper, and life long friend, Common (formerly Common Sense) and is known as "The Godfather of Chicago hip hop". As a co-producer (and sometimes ghost producer) for Jermaine Dupri, No I.D. has worked on hit singles such as "My Boo" by Usher and Alicia Keys, "Let Me Hold You" by Bow Wow featuring Omarion, and "Smile" by G-Unit, "Retrospect for Life" by Common Feat. Lauryn Hill, as well as the hip hop staple "I Used to Love H.E.R." and "Resurrection" which garnered Common his early fame. No I.D.

also introduced Kanye West to hip hop production, inviting him to his sessions with Common when West was only beginning[2]. He also introduced Kanye to a long time friend named Kyambo "Hip Hop" Joshua, who was A&R for Roc-a-fella Records who eventually signed West to his imprint Hip Hop since 1978 which launched West's career as an artist. Kanye cites No I.D. as his mentor in "Last Call"[3] and "Big Brother". In 1997, No I.D.

released an album under his own name, Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album)[4]. His second released was with Dug Infinite, a two-album package called The Sampler, vol. 1. His only other release is an Instrumental hip hop album called Invisible Beats.[5] In 2007, he was the focus of perhaps the most attention of his career, for producing two songs from Jay-Z's album American Gangster. Discography Albums * Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album) o Released: 1997 o Chart positions: o U.S. Sales: o Last RIAA certification: o Singles: Production Common No I.D. produced most of these three Common albums. * Can I Borrow a Dollar? * Resurrection * One Day It'll All Make Sense Other Production Credits: * Infamous Syndicate - Changing The Game Here I GoWhat that Boy Like- Feat.

Bigg Nastee It’s Alright * Soul Food II Soundtrack-Can’t Wait Til Tomorrow - Montell Jordan * Soul In The Hole Soundtrack- High Expectations - Common * The Madd Rapper-Tell 'Em Why U Madd-Not The One * Beanie Sigel - The Reason-Man’s World * Jaheim - Still Ghetto-Diamond in the Ruff * Toni Braxton - More Than a Woman-Let Me Show You The Way Out * Jay-Z -The Blueprint²: The Gift & the Curse-All Around the World * G-Unit -Beg for Mercy-Smile (single) * DMX - Grand Champ-We Go Hard * Johnson Family Vacation Soundtrack-Haven’t You Heard Kaye Fox * Ghostface Killah - The Pretty Toney Album-Love, Metal Lungies * Method Man- Tical 0: The Prequel-Tease - feat. Chinky * Bow Wow - Wanted-Let Me Hold You - Feat. Omarion * Diary of a Mad Black Woman Soundtrack-Purify Me- India.Arie * Jamie Foxx - Unpredictable-Three Letter Word * Johnta Austin - Ocean Drive-Turn It Up * Do Or Die - D.O.D.-Be Alright * Rhymefest -Blue Collar-Fever, Sista, Get Down, Chicago-Rillas * Daz Dillinger - So So Gangsta-Thang On My Hip * Bow Wow - The Price Of Fame-Outta My System, Four Corners * Janet Jackson - 20 YO-Do It To Me * John Legend - Once Again-Another Again * Ali & Gipp -Kinfolk-Almost Made Ya * Jay Z - American Gangster "Success", "Fallin'" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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