Al Shux

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Alexander Shuckburgh
Also known as Al Shux
Origin West London, England,
Genres Soul, hip hop, electronica, R&B, pop
Occupation(s) Producer, songwriter, musician
Years active 1999–present
Associated acts
Website alshux.com

Alexander Shuckburgh, who is also known as Al Shux, is a music producer and songwriter from London, England. Shux has worked with musical artists Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Snoop Dogg, Nas, Plan B, Tinie Tempah and Lana Del Rey.

Career[edit]

In 2009 Shux produced and co-wrote the Jay-Z track "Empire State of Mind", which earned him a Grammy in the Best Rap Song Award category.[1][2][3]

In 2012, Shux scored the music for Plan B's film Ill Manors. Shux also co-wrote and produced seven tracks on Plan B's Mercury Prize nominated album ilL Manors, including the title track which The Guardian hailed as "the greatest British protest song in years."[4]

Discography[edit]

Artist Release Record Label Credit
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Revival" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Wildfire" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Sleeping World" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Letting Go" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Empire" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Living Water" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Whispers" Sony Producer, writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Unworthy" Sony Producer, writer
Will Heard "I Better Love You" Black Butter Producer, writer
Erik Hassle "All Of You All Over Me" Epic Producer, Writer
Erik Hassle "Minnesota" Epic Producer, Writer
Erik Hassle "If Your Man Only Knew" Epic Producer, Writer
Tayá "Deeper" Atlantic Producer, Writer
Banks "Fuck with Myself" Harvest Producer, Writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Killing Me To Love You" Sony Producer, Writer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Lung" Sony Producer
Vancouver Sleep Clinic "Someone To Stay" Sony Producer, Writer
Shura "Kidz N Stuff" Polydor Producer, Writer
Lianne La Havas "What You Don't Do" Warner Brothers Producer
Ella Henderson "Mirror Man" Syco Producer, Writer
Elliphant "Purple Light" ft. Doja Cat TEN/Kemosabe Mixer, Producer, Programmer, Writer
Banks "Drowning" Harvest Producer, Writer
Kwabs "Saved" Atlantic Producer, Writer
Kimbra "Goldmine" Warner Brothers Producer
La Roux "Cruel Sexuality" Polydor Co-Producer/Writer
Katy B "Wicked Love" Sony Music UK Producer/Writer
Lana Del Rey "Young and Beautiful" Interscope Producer
Elle Varner "Oh What A Night" RCA Producer/Writer
Plan B Ill Manors - Album Atlantic Producer/Writer
Plan B Ill Manors - Film Score Atlantic Producer/Writer
Nas "Roses" - ft. Nikki Flores Def Jam Producer/Writer
Paloma Faith "Freedom" RCA Producer/Writer
Lana Del Rey "This Is What Makes Us Girls" Interscope Producer
I Blame Coco "Party Bag" Island Writer
"Atlantis Found"
"In Spirit Golden"
"The Constant"
Tinie Tempah "Illusion" Parlophone Producer/ Writer
"Simply Unstoppable"
Alicia Keys "Empire State of Mind (Part II)" RCA Producer/Writer
Jay-Z "Empire State of Mind" ft. Alicia Keys Roc Nation Producer/Writer
Sway "Saturday Night Hustle" ft. Lemar Konvict Musik/ All City Music Producer/Writer
"Back 4 U"
"Little Derek"
"Products"
"On My Own"
"Sick World"
2face Idibia "Go Down There" ft. Sway Hypertek Entertainment Producer/Writer
Lupe Fiasco "Hi-Definition" ft. Snoop Dogg & Pooh Bear Atlantic Producer/Writer
Jamie Foxx "Extravaganza" ft. Kanye West J Records Remixer

Awards and nominations[edit]

2013

  • Ivor Novello Awards
    • Nominated: Best Contemporary Song Ill Manors performed by Plan B
    • Nominated: Best Original Film Score Ill Manors performed by Plan B
  • Brit Awards
    • Nominated: MasterCard BriSsh Album of the Year Plan B -‐ Ill Manors

2012

  • Mercury Music Prize
    • Nominated: Best Album -‐ Ill Manors
  • MOBO's
    • Won: Best Hip Hop/Grime: Plan B
  • 53rd Grammy Awards
    • Nominated: Record Of The Year -‐ Empire State of Mind
    • Won: Best Rap Song -‐ Empire State of Mind

2010

  • ASCAP
    • Won: Song Of The Year -‐ Empire State of Mind
    • Won: Rap Song Of The Year -‐ Empire State of Mind
    • Nominated: Most Performed Songs Of The Year -‐ Empire State of Mind

2006

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