Soundz

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Soundz
Birth name Kenneth C. Coby
Born 1985 (age 29–30)
Origin Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
Genres Hip hop, R&B
Occupation(s) Record producer, rapper, songwriter
Instruments sampler
Years active 2005–present
Labels US Records, EMI Publishing
Associated acts Chantel, One Chance, Pitbull, Ciara, Trina, Young Boss, Skye Townsend, Usher

Kenneth C. Coby (born 1985), better known as his stage name Soundz is an American record producer and rapper from Milwaukee, Wisconsin signed to US Records and EMI Publishing. He is a producer specializing in Hip-Hop[1] and R&B genres. Soundz has produced many songs of these genres, including "Look at Her" by One Chance, and has produced a lot of content for artists Ciara, Rihanna, Pitbull, Trina, Brandy and Young Boss.

Tracks produced[edit]

The following list of tracks are those which have been produced by Soundz, or co-produced with Soundz.

2006[edit]

Le'Che Martin - Album sampler

Scalez (as JR da Supastar) - "Die Another Day"

One Chance - "One Chance (album sampler)"

Filthy Rich - "Filty By Association"

  • Mobbin' (Hat Down Low) featuring Young Boss, released as part of a mixtape
  • Get Money released as part of a mixtape

One Chance - "Out Da Chi"

  • Out Da Chi the second track produced for One Chance, promo'd but didn't make a commercial release

2007[edit]

2 Much - "Knock Out"

  • Knock Out produced by soundz, at the same time as "Holla At Ya Boy" which is produced by Darkchild

Al Grean - "Sampler / Unreleased"

  • Throwin' Ones featuring Courtney of One Chance
  • Red Carpet recorded for including on a possible future album

Atozzio - "He Say She Say"

  • He Say She Say

Young Boss - "In New Jerzey"

  • In New Jerzey featured on Black Noize Entertainment's Best of Jerzey CD

Berg - "Gettin' Paid"

  • Gettin' Paid song produced for newbie unsigned artist Berg

Pitbull - "The Boatlift"

  • Go Girl featuring Trina & Young Boss, also released as a single

Scott Knoxx - "Mr. International" (mixtape with the Core DJs' DJ Backspin and Homer Blow)

  • Miss Me
  • Do It featuring Felicia Renee
  • She Likes Me featuring Le'Che Martin
  • Say Somethin'
  • Killtown

Scalez - Rebirth of Scalez mixtape

  • Ridin' Fly

i15

  • In the Studio
  • Blazed and Faded
  • Work Ya way up
  • Fix
  • 100 degress
  • White Nike ya

2008[edit]

Usher - Here I Stand

Brandy - Human

  • A Capella (Something's Missing)

Sterling Simms - Your's, Mine and the Truth- Release Date: 12/23/08

  • Doin Dat
  • Boom Boom Room (Making Music)
  • Playa

Brutha- Brutha

  • Ghost

Noel Gourdin - After My Time

  • Led You On

2009[edit]

Huey - Strictly Business

Chilli - Bi-Polar

  • Flirt

One Chance - TBA

  • Out Dem Clothes

Trey Songz -Ready

  • Brand New

Scalez - The Fly Report

  • Put It Down

Paper Chase - Midwest Livin

  • Time To Switch It Up

Red Cafe

  • Hottest in the Hood"

D. Woods -Independence Day Mixtape Vol. 1

  • On My Side

LeToya Luckett - Lady Love

  • Lazy

2010[edit]

Angie Romasanta - Untitled

  • Check Yourself

Ciara - Basic Instinct

Clyde McKnight - Animated

  • Rockstar

Rihanna - Loud

N-Dubz - Love.Live.Life

  • Living For The Moment

2011[edit]

Jawan Harris - N/A

Bryan J - N/A

Flo Rida - N/A

  • Broke It Down

Gail Scott - N/A

  • Jack N' Jill

Jeffery J-Boe - Unisex

  • Any Way You Like It
  • Never Ever Again
  • Wonderful

Kelly Rowland - N/A

  • Make Believe

2012[edit]

Justin Bieber - Believe (Justin Bieber album)

  • Out of Town Girl

2013[edit]

Ciara - Ciara (album)

  • Sophomore
  • DUI
  • Boy Outta Here (featuring Rick Ross)

Justin Bieber - Journals (album)

  • Confident (featuring Chance the Rapper)
  • What's Hatnin' (featuring Future)
  • Mission (Featuring Lupe Fiasco)

2014[edit]

Trey Songz - Trigga (album)

  • Foreign
  • Foreign Remix (feat. Justin Beiber)

Chris Brown - X (album)

  • 101 (Interlude)

K. Michelle - Anybody Wanna Buy a Heart?

  • Hard to Do

Kid Ink - My Own Lane

  • Star Player

2015[edit]

Rae Sremmurd - SremmLife (album)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "'River' of Dreams". Billboard. July 12, 2008. p. 36. Retrieved 3 May 2011.