Blac Elvis

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Blac Elvis
Birth name Elvis Williams
Born (1981-04-12) April 12, 1981 (age 34)
Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA
Genres R&B, pop rap, Hip Hop, pop
Occupation(s) Producer, pianist, songwriter
Years active 1999–present
Labels Mars On Sunday/Solar Digital Music
Associated acts Beyoncé Knowles
Yung Joc, Rich Boy
Keri Hilson
Nicole Scherzinger
Jamie Foxx
Harold Lilly
R. Kelly, Sean Garrett

Elvis Williams, better known as Blac Elvis, is an American record producer, musician and song writer. He rose to fame in 2005 co-producing alongside Polow da Don. Producing hits for Ludacris, Ciara, Kelly Rowland, Fergie, Rich Boy, Kelis, Nelly, Pussycat Dolls and Mario. Recently he produced and co-wrote Beyoncé Knowles, hit single, "Ego".[1][2] Now he and his business partner Grammy Award–winning songwriter/producer Harold Lilly have launched their own record label called Mars On Sunday.

He has produced top 40 hit singles for Fergie ("London Bridge" & "Glamorous"), Ciara ("Promise"), Kelly Rowland ("Like This"), Mario ("Crying Out For Me"), Beyoncé ("Ego") and for Usher ("Lil Freak").


Role Artist Song Year
Co-writer/Co-Producer Ciara "Promise" 2006
Co-writer/Co-Producer Ciara "Bang It Up" 2006
Co-Producer Fergie "Glamorous" 2007
Co-Producer Fergie "London Bridge" 2006
Co-Producer Young Buck "Get Buck" 2007
Co-writer/Co-producer Kelly Rowland (featuring Eve) "Like This" 2007
Co-Producer Lloyd "Street Love" 2007
Producer Field Mob "At The Park" 2006
Co-Producer Mario "Crying Out For Me" 2007
Producer Jibbs "Let's Be Real" 2006
Producer Yung Joc "Picture Perfect" 2007
Producer Rich Boy "Ghetto" 2007
Co-Producer Kelis (featuring Nas) "Blindfold Me" 2006
Co-producer Raven-Symoné "Shorts like me" 2008
Producer Rick Ross (featuring Trey Songz) "This Is The Life" 2008
Producer T.I. (featuring John Legend) "Slide Show" 2008
Producer Brutha (featuring Fabolous) "I Can't Hear the Music" 2008
Co-Producer Ciara (featuring Young Jeezy) "Never Ever" 2009
Co-writer/Producer Beyoncé "Ego" (+ Remix feat. Kanye West) 2009
Producer Jamie Foxx (featuring Marsha Ambrosius) "Freak'in Me" 2009
Producer Ginuwine (featuring Brandy) "Bridge of Love" 2009
Producer Ginuwine "Lying to Each Other" 2009
Producer K. Michelle (featuring Missy Elliott) "Fakin' It" 2009
Producer Letoya Luckett "I Need a U" 2009
Producer/Co-Writer Mario "The Hardest Moment" 2009
Producer Sean Garrett (featuring Nicki Minaj) "Get it All" 2010
Co-Producer Usher (featuring Nicki Minaj) "Lil Freak" 2010
Producer Sean Garrett (featuring Gucci Mane & Tyga) "She Geeked" 2010
Producer K.Michelle "How Many Times" 2011
Producer/Writer Ciara "Sorry" 2012
Co-Writer Jill Scott "Run Run Run" 2015
Co-Producer/Co-Writer Tamar Braxton "Simple Things" 2015
Producer Scotty ATL "Bust It Open" feat. B.o.B 2015


  1. ^ ""Ego", Allmusic, retrieved 2010-12-02
  2. ^ "DX Next - Blac Elvis", HipHopDX, August 20, 2009, retrieved 2010-12-02

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