Patrick "J. Que" Smith

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Patrick "j.Que" Smith
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Background information
Birth name Patrick Smith
Also known as "j.Que"
Genres Pop, R&B, hip hop
Occupation(s) Producer, Songwriter

Patrick "j.Que" Smith is a Grammy nominated record producer and Songwriter. He has contributed to songs from Usher, Britney Spears, Jennifer Lopez, Beyoncé, Fantasia, Ciara, Avant, Chris Brown, Ariana Grande, The Gospellers, and Omarion.

Biography[edit]

Smith has a son (Channing) and a daughter (Riley) with his wife Vivian.[1]

Songs produced or written[edit]

Year Song title Artist Album
2002 "Hush Lil' Lady" Lil' Corey featuring Lil' Romeo I'm Just Corey
2004 "Yeah!" Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris Confessions
"Throwback" Usher
"Truth Is" Fantasia Free Yourself
2005 "Sposed to Be" Toni Braxton Libra
"Free Style" Daichi Miura D-ROCK with U
2006 "4 Minutes" Avant Director
"Like a Boy" Ciara Ciara: The Evolution
"Ice Box" Omarion 21
2007 "Promise Ring" Tiffany Evans featuring Ciara Tiffany Evans
"Hate2LoveU" Amerie Because I Love It
"Forever" Jennifer Lopez Brave
"Wrong When You're Gone"
"Brave"
"Radar" Britney Spears Blackout
"Freakshow"
"No Definition" Mario Go
2009 "Long Gone" Chris Cornell Scream
2011 "Best Thing I Never Had" Beyoncé 4
"Dreaming" (Japan only)
2013 "Baby I" Ariana Grande Yours Truly

Awards[edit]

Smith has had 3 Grammy Nominations, 4 BET Award Noms, & 3 BMI Award Noms.

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Info Site