|Birth name||Priese Prince Lamont Board|
September 11, 1978 |
Columbus, Ohio, United States
|Genres||Hip hop, R&B, pop, rock|
|Occupations||Musician, songwriter, producer, recording artist|
|Instruments||Keyboardist, trumpet player|
|Years active||1997 – present|
|Labels||Beets & Produce, A&M, Interscope, will.i.am Music Group|
Priese Prince Lamont Board (born September 11, 1982) better known as Printz Board, is an American musician, Recording artist, producer, and songwriter. He has several Grammy awards for his work in the Black Eyed Peas. "The E.N.D." won Best Pop Vocal Album in 2010, and "My Humps" won Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group in 2007. "Don't Phunk with my Heart" was nominated for Best Rap Song, but instead won Best Rap/Song Collaboration. "Where Is the Love?" was nominated twice for Record of the Year and Best Rap/Song Collaboration. Other awards include BMI Songwriter Award for "Where Is the Love?" and "Meet Me Halfway". His discography includes albums like The Dutchess by Fergie, Natasha Bedingfield, 100 Miles from Memphis by Sheryl Crow, Bashtown by Baby Bash, and Kim Dotcom's recent singles.
As a songwriter, producer artist, and musician, he has also collaborated with Justin Timberlake, Michael Jackson, Busta Rhymes, Chris Brown, Dr. Dre, Fergie, Selena Gomez and Katy Perry.[better source needed]
In 2001, he founded a production company Beets & Produce, Inc.
In 2013, Printz Board launched his solo career releasing the debut single "#1" and "Hey You".
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- "2011 BMI Pop Music Award List". BMI. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
- "Printz Board (The Black Eyed Peas)". Propellerhead Software AB. Retrieved 2 February 2014.
- "Grammy(R) Nominated Printz Board Has Become One of Music's Most Sought After Producers and Songwriters". PR Newswire Association LLC. Retrieved 2 February 2014.