Ian Scott (producer)

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Ian (iRoK) Scott of MJ&iRoK
Birth name Ian Scott
Born 1982 (age 34–35)
Origin America
Genres Pop, Dance music, Electronic music Hip hop, Rock music
Occupation(s) record producer, song writer
Instruments Keyboard, Sampler, Guitar
Years active 1995-present
Labels Rondor/Universal publishing company
Website http://www.umusicpub.com

Ian (iRoK) Scott is an American record producer Songwriter.[1] In 2006, Scott joined Mark Jackson to produce and license songs and underscore for hit MTV shows such as The Hills, Laguna Beach, The City, Real World/Road Rules Challenge and many others. Later in 2006 Ian along with his partner Mark produced and co-wrote the hit single Yeah performed by famed Korean Artist Park Jung-ah. The song hit the top of Korean charts and launched Ian's career. The partnership between Jackson and Scott later formed the music production team MJ&iRoK.


Together MJ&iRoK have produced tracks for artists and groups such as Bishop Briggs,[2] Forever The Sickest Kids, H*WooD, Josh Kelley, Pete Yorn, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Park Jung-ah, Girls Aloud, Brenda Song, Alyson Stoner, Colette Carr, Cody Wise and Brinn Nicole, among others.[citation needed]

Publishing company[edit]

In 2010, Scott inked an exclusive publishing deal with Rondor Music Publishing, a division UMPG.


Songwriting credits[edit]

Year Song Artist Album
2006 Yeah' Park Jung-ah So Amazin' Park Jung-ah CJ Music
2006 If You Feel Me' Suga Free Just Add Water Bunalo Records
2007 Strong' Jordyn Taylor Jordyn Taylor (Single) Strong Interscope Records
2008 Girl Like Me' Brenda Song Demo track
2008 Break It Down' Alyson Stoner Demo track
2010 Could It Be You "Punk Rock Chick"' H*WooD H*WooD E1 Music/Darkchild Record
2010 Parents Worst Nightmare' H*WooD H*WooD E1 Music/Darkchild Record
2011 Life Of The Party' Forever The Sickest Kids Forever the Sickest Kids Universal Motown
2011 Forever Girl' Forever The Sickest Kids Forever the Sickest Kids Universal Motown


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