Ken Duro Ifill
Ken "Duro" Ifill is the CEO of Desert Storm Records and a six-time Grammy Award-winning mix engineer.
Desert Storm Records
In 1997, Duro, DJ Clue, and Skane Dolla (Dj Clue's Manager) developed Desert Storm Records. The labels first major artist is rapper, Fabolous. In September 2001, Fabolous released his debut album Ghetto Fabolous charting at #4 on the Billboard 200. The label was previously distributed through Interscope, Elektra, Atlantic and Sony. The label was currently distributed through Def Jam but is without a distribution partner. They are in talks with FMR. Chairman of Def Jam and now Chairman of Epic Records , L.A. Reid and Epic Label President Sylvia Rhone (who signed the label during her stint as CEO Of Elektra Records in 2000) for a joint venture deal
- Jay-Z & Alicia Keys - "Empire State of Mind" - Best Rap/Sung Collaboration & Best Rap Song *source: Grammys
- Erykah Badu - Baduizm
- Will Smith - Big Willie Style
- Jay-Z - Vol. 2... Hard Knock Life
- Ashanti - Ashanti
- Usher - "U Don't Have to Call*"
- . Sonicscoop November 6, 2011
- "Duro Plugs In to Lexicon". Prosound Network. January 21, 2011.
- "US Producer Ken "Duro" Ifill Uses Prism Sound's Orpheus To Create GRAMMY® Winning Records". PrismSound.
- Ken "Duro" Ifill at Album Credits
- Ken "Duro" Ifill credits. AllMusic.
- "Getting the Inside Dope from the Hottest Mixers in Manhattan". Mix. November 1, 1999.
- "A Supa Dupa Mixer". Audiohead.net.
- "Who is Who: Ken (Duro) Ifill". Beastiemania.
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