|Also known as||Harmony, H-Money|
|Born||16 May 1980|
|Genres||Pop, hip-hop, R&B, electronic, urban pop|
|Occupations||Producer, songwriter, musician|
|Instruments||keyboards, guitar, bass guitar, drums|
|Years active||1995 – present|
|Associated acts||Chris Brown, Jennifer Lopez, Ne-Yo, Chipmunk, Mary J. Blige, Michelle Williams, Maroon 5, Ariana Grande, Fantasia, Kelly Rowland|
Harmony David Samuels (born 16 May 1980) is an English record producer, composer and songwriter. He has produced a multitude of hits for artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Ariana Grande, Chip, Michelle Williams, Fantasia, Chris Brown, Brandy, Keyshia Cole, Ne-Yo and more.
Harmony David Samuels aka H-Money or "H" was born 16 May 1980 in Tottenham, London to Nigerian parents. When he was 4 he taught himself how to play the piano and bass while playing for his church. He had become his church's musical director at the age of 12. It was at the age of 14 that he decided to become a music producer.
Harmony’s production career began in the UK, where he worked with some of the most relevant artists in the music scene including Chipmunk, Alesha Dixon, and Craig David. He then moved to Los Angeles after he caught the attention of producer Rodney Jerkins. After transitioning to L.A. he continued to build on his career by working with artists such as Maroon 5, Chris Brown, Mary J. Blige, Brandy Norwood, Kelly Rowland, Jennifer Hudson, Ne-Yo, Keyshia Cole and others.
In 2013, he produced Ariana Grande's debut hit single "The Way" as well as several songs from her debut album, Yours Truly. He also contributed 13 out of 14 songs on Fantasia's album Side Effects of You.
- Chip - "Champion"
- Jennifer Hudson - "Think Like a Man"
- Keyshia Cole - "Enough of No Love"
- Chris Brown - "Say It With Me"
- Brandy - "Without You"
- Ne-Yo - "Don't Make Em Like You"
- Fantasia - "Lose to Win"
- Fantasia - "Without Me"
- Ariana Grande - "The Way"
- B5 - "Say Yes"
- Michelle Williams - "If We Had Your Eyes"
- Fifth Harmony - "Better Together"
- Kelly Rowland - "Gone"
- Jennifer Lopez - "Let It Be Me"