Infamous (producer)

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Infamous
Birth name Marco Rodriguez-Diaz
Also known as DJ Infamous
Origin Miami, Fl
Genres Hip hop, R&B, turntablism, rock,
Occupation(s) Record producer, songwriter, disk jockey
Instruments Guitar , Bass , Drums , Piano , Synthesizers , Turntables , Cello
Years active 1997 - present
Labels Universal Music Group
Associated acts Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Gym Class Heroes, Meek Mill, The-Allies DJ Crew, Nelly, Fat Joe, Yo Gotti, Charlie Puth

Marco Rodriguez-Diaz, better known by his stage name Infamous or DJ Infamous, is an American Grammy Award-winning record producer and 3 time world champion DJ from Miami, Florida.[1] Infamous, was a founding member of The-Allies Dj Crew ( DJ Craze, DVLP, A-Trak , Spictakular, and J smoke) and is perhaps best known for his work with American rapper Lil Wayne.[2] Infamous has produced songs for prominent recording artists such as Drake, Jay-Z, Meek Mill, Fat Joe, Nas, Game, Lupe Fiasco and Travis McCoy, among others. Although his current discography consists predominantly of rappers, Infamous is a multi-instrumentalist, who was once the guitar player and songwriter for rock band Antenna (formerly signed to Columbia Records), before meeting Lil Wayne.[3]

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DJ Titles[edit]

  • 1998 ITF USA DJ Champion
  • 1998 ITF World DJ Champion (2nd)
  • 1999 ITF Western Hemisphere Team Champion
  • 1999 ITF World Team DJ Champion
  • 1999 DMC USA Team DJ Champion
  • 1999 DMC World DJ Team (2nd)
  • 2000 ITF Western Hemisphere Beatjuggling Champion
  • 2000 ITF World Beatjuggling Champion
  • 2000 ITF World Advancement (3rd)
  • 2000 DMC USA Team Champion
  • 2001 Vestax Extravaganza (3rd)
  • 2001 DMC USA (3rd)
  • 2001 DMC World Team Champion (Perverted Allies)

Releases[edit]

Midget Madness (2002)[4][5]

Business endeavors[edit]

  • Tablist Magazine (Founder)
  • Allstar Beatdown (Founder)
  • Ammo Records (Co-Founder with Develop)

Production discography[edit]

Lil Wayne (2007)[edit]

  • 00. "Light Up My La La"

Lil Wayne - The Leak (2007)[edit]

  • 05. "Talkin Bout It" (produced with Develop)

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter III (2008)[edit]

Fat Joe - The Elephant in the Room (2008)[edit]

  • 01. "The Fugitive"

LL Cool J - Exit 13 (2008)[edit]

  • 19. "Dear Hip Hop" (string arraignment by infamous)

Ace Hood - Gutta (2008)[edit]

  • 13. "Top of the World"

Plies - Da Realist (2008)[edit]

  • 06. "Family Straight"

Jah Cure - The Universal Cure (2009)[edit]

  • 06. "Universal Cure"

Capone-n-Noreaga - Channel 10 (2009)[edit]

  • 11. "Beef" Keys by Infamous

Lil Wayne - Kobe Bryant (Single) (2009)[edit]

  • 01. "Kobe Bryant"

Fat Joe - J.O.S.E. 2 (2009)[edit]

  • 02. "Hey Joe"
  • 12. "Music"

Birdman - Priceless (2009)[edit]

  • 06. "Bring It Back" (feat. Lil Wayne)
  • 18. "Southside (Remix)" (feat. Lil Wayne, Rick Ross and Mack Maine)

Young Money Entertainment - We Are Young Money (2009)[edit]

Lil Wayne - Rebirth (2010)[edit]

Fat Joe - The Darkside (2010)[edit]

Drake (2010)[edit]

Rick Ross - The Albert Anastasia EP (2010)[edit]

  • 01. "Diddy Speaks" (feat. Diddy)

Travis McCoy - Lazarus(2010)[edit]

  • 06. "Akidagain"

Lil Wayne - I Am Not a Human Being (2010)[edit]

  • 04. "I Am Not a Human Being"

Kid Sister - Fool's Gold Records Vol. 1 (2010)[edit]

  • 06. "Don't Stop Movin"

Nelly - 5.0 (2010)[edit]

  • 01. "I'm Number One" (feat. Birdman & DJ Khaled)
  • 16. "Giving her the Grind" (feat. Sean Paul)

Swizz Beatz - Monster Mondays Volume One (2011)[edit]

  • 07. "Hot Steppa #1" (feat. Eve

Kool G Rap - Riches, Royalty, Respect (2011)[edit]

  • 15. "Harmony Homicide"

Lil Wayne - Tha Carter IV (2011)[edit]

  • 14. "President Carter"

The Game - California Republic (2012)[edit]

Lupe Fiasco - Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1 (2012)[edit]

  • 13. "Form Follows Function"

Meek Mill - Dreams and Nightmares (2012)[edit]

Yo Gotti - Nov 19th: The Mixtape (2013)[edit]

Wrekonize - The War Within (2013)[edit]

  • 12. "Modern Man"

¡Mayday! - Believers (2013)[edit]

  • 05. "High Ride"
  • 07. "My Life"
  • 09. "Tear Shit Down"
  • 12. "Marathon Man"

Yo Gotti - I Am (2013)[edit]

  • 02. "Dont Come Around" (feat. Kendall Morgan)
  • 05. "F-U"

Lil Wayne - Krazy (Single) (2014)[edit]

  • 01. "Krazy"

Vince Staples - Hell Can Wait (2014)[edit]

  • 02. "65Hunnid"

Yo Gotti - Concealed (2014)[edit]

  • 11. "11/11"

Viv & The Revival - The Introduction (2015)[edit]

  • 05. "Flash"

Lil Wayne - FWA (2015)[edit]

  • 01. "Glory" (produced with Avenue Beatz & Onhel)
  • 03. "I Feel Good" (produced with T@)
  • 07. "Psycho" (feat. Leah Hayes)
  • 09. "Thinking Bout You" (produced with T@)
  • 13. "Living Right" (feat. Wiz Khalifa) (produced with T@)
  • 14. "White Girl" (feat. Young Jeezy)

Yo Gotti - CM8 (2015)[edit]

  • 05. "Long Way" (feat. Big Sean)

Yo Gotti - The Return (2015)[edit]

  • 05. "Real Nigga Holiday" (produced with Ben Billions)

Black Violin - Stereotypes (2015)[edit]

  • 01. "Stereotypes"
  • 05. "Shaker"
  • 12. "Runnin"

Lil Wayne - Pour Up (Single) (2015)[edit]

  • 01. "Pour Up"

Belly- Up For Days (2015)[edit]

  • 10. "Who am I" (produced with Ben Billions)

Yo Gotti - Again (Single) (2016)[edit]

  • 01. "Again" (feat. LunchMoneyLewis) (produced with Ben Billions and JMIKE)

Charlie Puth - Nine Track Mind (2016)[edit]

  • 02. "Dangerously"

Yo Gotti - The Art of Hustle (2016)[edit]

  • 05. "General" (feat. Future) (produced with Ben Billions)

2 Chainz - ColleGrove (2016)[edit]

  • 03. "Bounce" (feat. Lil Wayne) (produced with T@)

Belly - Inzombia (2016)[edit]

  • 03. "Trap Phone" (feat. Jadakiss)
  • 09. "Seven Day Love" (feat. Ashante) (produced with Ben Billions and Belly)

Yo Gotti - CM9 (2016)[edit]

  • 12. "What Happened" (produced with Ben Billions)

Belly - Another Day in Paradise (2016)[edit]

  • 01. "It's all Love" (feat. Starrah)

G-Eazy - Fast and Furious 8 (2017)[edit]

Kevin Gates - What If (Single) (2017)[edit]

  • 01. "What If" (produced with Ben Billions)

Film scores[edit]

Magic City Memoirs (2011)[edit]

HeatNation (2014)[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1][dead link]
  2. ^ Roberts, Steven (January 27, 2009). "Lil Wayne's Producers Talk 'Prom Queen' Single: 'We Thought He Was Joking'". MTV. Retrieved 24 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Lil Wayne Producers Drew And Infamous Sue Young Money". MTV. 2012-08-27. Retrieved 2014-08-19. 
  4. ^ "Infamous - Midget Madness Breaks (Vinyl) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09. 
  5. ^ "Infamous - Midget Madness Breaks - release date, tracklisting, album stream". Ughh.com. Retrieved 2014-08-09. 

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