Troy Oliver

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Troy Oliver is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter who presided over some of the most successful pop recordings of the late '90s and early 2000s. He wrote and produced "Jenny from the Block"[1] and “I’m Real" with Jennifer Lopez, as well as “Differences” with Ginuwine. Troy has also worked with artists such as 50 Cent, Paula Campell, Brooke Valentine, Mandy Moore, Blu Cantrell, Faith Evans, Jessica Simpson, Ruff Endz, 7 Mile, Hall & Oates and Lenny Kravitz, among countless others. He has achieved solid acceptance by the music industry as a songwriter and producer, including being the ASCAP choice for Songwriter of the Year for two consecutive years. Troy is a multi-talented musician that can play over 5 different instruments.

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