Infinity (producer)

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Skimmy aka Infinity
Birth nameJordan Suecof
Also known asSkimmy
Born (1983-12-02) December 2, 1983 (age 39)
OriginAvon, Connecticut, United States
GenresR&B, Hip hop, Pop

Jordan Suecof (born December 2, 1983), known primarily by his alias Infinity, is an American producer. He is best known for his work with artists such as Mary J. Blige, R. Kelly, Ciara, Jacob Latimore, and Ludacris.[1][2] He was a member of Capharnaum.[3]


Suecof was born in Connecticut, United States. Drums were an immediate attachment and rocked on to master all things musical beginning in 1983. He began the indelible processing of making sound matter. From the bass-driven beat of the Beatles to the radiating wail of the rock era, Jordan wound down Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel and The Who.

Graduation at 17, Jordan GPS'd his way to the Dirty South; first stop Orlando. His first placement came in 2005. At 21 he had a #1 Adult AC chart-topper that led to the Grammy-winning album The Breakthrough by Mary J. Blige. As the producer of "Take Me As I Am", the album also won a Grammy for Best R&B Album. That track also garnered an ASCAP award and major media buzz for Infinity as he took home the props for R&B Song of the Year. Atlantic Records took notice. Fast-track to Lupe Fiasco's album Food and Liquor. In 2008, Jordan co-produced "DayDreamin" which also won the Grammy for Best Urban/Alternative Performance.

In 2009, Infinity Productions collaborated with the Backstreet Boys to produce "Shattered". This was followed by two productions for R Kelly: "Echo" and "Banging the Headboard". Infinity also produced the flipside to Ludacris' 2010 hit, "I Know You Got a Man", featuring Flo Rida. Ludacris' album, "Battle of the Sexes", achieved gold certification. The next notable collaboration for Infinity was with Ciara on tracks such as "Stilettos" and "Yeah I Know" featured on her "Basic Instinct" album.

Infinity wound up producing Jacob Latimore on Jive Records. Their first collaboration "Like Em All", immediately garnered over 500k views on YouTube. It became the official first single.

In 2014, Infinity has leaped major boundaries from the title track and single off Tank's album, Stronger to the Avicii album, Stories, in which he helped produce and write "The Nights". "The Nights" surfaced online where it hit number one on Hype Machine before being released via FIFA 15.

Selected discography[edit]

Year Artist Song Album Label Charts
2005 Mary J. Blige Take Me As I Am The Breakthrough Geffen Records Billboard #1 Album
2007 Chingy Gimme Dat (Single) Hate It or Love It Disturbing tha Peace
Def Jam Recordings
Billboard #84 Album
Bow Wow & Omarion Hood Star Face Off Columbia Records Billboard #1 Album
Billboard #1 R&B/Hip-Hop
Billboard #1 Rap
2008 Raven-Symoné Keep A Friend Raven-Symoné Hollywood Records
2009 Backstreet Boys Shattered This Is Us Jive Records Billboard #9 Album
2010 Ciara Yeah I Know Basic Instinct LaFace
Jive Records
Billboard #44 Album
Billboard #11 R&B/Hip-Hop
Flo Rida Come With Me Only One Flo (Part 1) Atlantic Records
Ludacris I Know You Got A Man Battle of the Sexes Disturbing tha Peace
Def Jam Recordings
Billboard #1 Album
Billboard #1 R&B/Hip-Hop
Billboard #1 Rap
2012 Big Time Rush Time of Our Life Elevate Nick Records
Columbia Records
Melanie Fiona Watch Me Work The MF Life SRC Records
Universal Republic
Billboard #7 Album
Billboard #1 R&B/Hip-Hop
2013 Marcus Canty Used By You This...Is Marcus Canty Epic Records
Don't Pass Me By
2015 Tank Stronger Stronger Atlantic Records Billboard #13 Album
Billboard #1 R&B/Hip-Hop
Avicii "The Nights" The Days / Nights EP
Stories - UK and Japan Versions
PRMD / Island Records #1 UK Dance Single
#6 UK Single
#10 Billboard Dance Single
#3 Billboard Club Single
#9 ARIA Single
RIAA (U.S.): Gold
BPI (U.K.): Platinum
GLF (Sweden): Platinum
FIMI (Italy): Platinum
ARIA (Australia): Gold
2016 Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping "Fuck Off"
Universal Pictures


  1. ^ "Infinity". Retrieved October 10, 2014.
  2. ^ "Infinity". AllMusic. Retrieved October 10, 2014.
  3. ^ "Jordan Suecof". Retrieved 16 January 2021.