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|Andreao Shaunee Heard|
|Origin||Greensboro, North Carolina|
|Genres||Pop, R&B, Hip hop|
|Occupation(s)||Producer, songwriter, singer|
|Associated acts||Bizzie Boyz, Payroll Records, Funke Leftovers, Omniscence|
Andreao "Fanatic" Heard is a record producer from Greensboro, North Carolina who has produced some of the biggest recording artists in popular music. He produced the number one smash "Crush on You" for Lil’ Kim and "'Yall Know'" for Will Smith’s ten million seller “Big Willie Style.” Discovered by Vincent Herbert, Fanatic moved to New York City where he connected with P. Diddy and became a part of his “Hitmen” production team and produced records for the Notorious B.I.G. and Ma$e. He then produced the song "Heaven Can Wait" for the greatest recording artist of all time, Michael Jackson. Next, he received recognition from the Grammy association for his participation as a producer on Beyoncé's 2003 GRAMMY Award-winning album “Dangerously In Love,”. Fanatic also contributed as a producer on Anthony Hamilton's 2013 Grammy nominated album "Back To Love".
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