James Worthy (record producer)

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James Worthy
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James Worthy 2015
Background information
Birth nameJames Allen Worthy
Born (1988-03-28) March 28, 1988 (age 31)
Queens, New York, US
GenresHip hop, R&B
Occupation(s)Record producer, musician, songwriter
InstrumentsVocals, keyboards, MPC2000xl, Pro Tools
Years active2009–present
LabelsSony
Associated actsRobin S, Truth Hurts, B Angie B, Men at Large, Markice Moore, Bobby Brown, Yung Berg, Lil Zane, Mike Jones, Bonecrusher, Fetty Wap
Websitekingjamesworthy.com

James Allen Worthy (born March 28th, 1988), professionally known as James Worthy, is an American composer, record producer, recording artist, and audio engineer. He is best known for his work with artists in the music industry, including Fetty Wap, 6lack, T-Pain, Truth Hurts, Robin S, and Tony Terry.

Career[edit]

In 2012 Worthy first came to prominence with producing a record for Yung Berg entitled "Electric Disco".[1] In 2015 he produced Truth Hurts single "Fight 4 Love"[2] and Robin S "Blessing Me" among many others.

Other artists with whom Worthy has worked with include Bobby Brown, Lil Zane, Sonna Rele, Petey Pablo, Kalenna Harper, and Sammie. His most recent production credits include "Trouble" by Sickflo & 6lack. James has been featured in the novel Family Affair written by Gil Robertson IV.[3] As of 2017, Worthy has also pursued acting, and has been featured on TMZ, Access Hollywood, and appeared on episode 3 of BET's docu series "From The Bottom Up" Season 1.[4]

Production discography[edit]

Song title Year Artist Single/Album Co-producer
Electric Disco 2012 Yung Berg Twitter Music Vol 2
Coolin 2012 Bobby Brown Jr Single
Deja Vu 2012 Elise 5000, Petey Pablo Single
Everybody Else 2012 Elise 5000, T-Pain Single
Inked Up 2013 Markice Moore, Kwony Cash Single
Nobody's Safe 2014 Bobby Brown Jr, Bobby Brown Single
Sneak Peek 2015 Sara Stokes, Babs Single Wala Beatz
Fight 4 Love 2015 Truth Hurts Single
Concert 2015 Dave Tolliver Something Like The Greatest
Love Thing 2015 Robin S Single
Blessing Me 2015 Robin S Single Donald Baylis
One Thing 2016 Zaena Morisho Single
Shake 2016 B Angie B Single Donald Baylis
I Want More 2016 Lazaro Arbos Single
Date Night 2016 Men At Large Single
See You 2016 Ashley Nicole Single
Pretty Gang 2016 Supa Peach Single
Pretty Gang Remix 2016 Supa Peach, Tally Raps Single
Fragile Heart 2016 Sara Stokes Single
I See How You Are 2016 Tumboiikinfolk, Kia Shine New Day, New Wave Kangaroo Beatz
Poppin 2016 Asian Doll, PnB Rock Single
OMW 2017 Asian Doll Outta Space
I Love You 2017 Joe N Little III, Dave Tolliver Dave & Joe RayBoy
F*ck You Right 2017 Lil Zane Life I Live
Come On Over 2017 Robin S, Michael Keith of 112 (band) Single
Hustler 2018 Zaena Morisho Single
Trouble 2018 6lack, Sickflo Single K Fam
Drip 2018 Sammie, J Young Now Or Never Frisktrackz
We Got It 2018 Sidney Starr Single
Right There 2018 Havva Single Iso Jozey
Want To Know 2018 Natasha Mosley, Jhonni Blaze Single Kangaroo Beatz
Range Rover 2018 Kevin Rudolf, Mikey Polo Single
War Zone 2018 Blac Youngsta, Jhonni Blaze Single Rob Beatz
1 & Only 2018 J'honni Blaze, Fetty Wap 5:12 Iso Jozey
Selfish 2018 J'honni Blaze, Dae Dae Single Iso Jozey
King 2018 Montsho Eshe King Tyrone Gregg, Robert Scott, Leaf Newman
Cocoa Brown Theme Song 2019 Cocoa Brown The Cocoa Brown Show
How Many Times 2019 Tony Terry, James Worthy Blu Leisure Rob Beatz
Call On Me 2019 Sonna Rele, James Worthy Blu Leisure Frisktrackz, Brainiac Beats, Motif Alumini
Oceans 2019 Kalenna Harper, James Worthy Blu Leisure
Move 2019 Ecstacy of Whodini, James Worthy Blu Leisure Rob Beatz
I Can Tell 2019 DJ Luke Nasty, James Worthy The Blu Tape Frisktrackz

EPs[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions, sales figures and certifications
Title Details Peak chart positions
US
US R&B
Blu Leisure
  • Released: January 11, 2019
  • Label: Humble Sound Music Group
  • Formats: CD, MD, LP
TBR


Singles[edit]

Year Song Billboard Hot Singles Album
2017 "Wine For Me"[5] #10
2018 "Blu Sunsets"
2018 "Move" ft John "Ecstacy" Fletcher of Whodini[6] Blu Leisure [7]
2018 "Range Rover" ft Kevin Rudolf & Mikey Polo
2019 "I Can Tell" ft DJ Luke Nasty

Television appearances[edit]

Television
Year Title Role Notes
2014 Love & Hip Hop Atlanta Himself Guest
2015 Access Hollywood Himself Guest, credited as James Worthy (Producer)
2016 TMZ Himself Guest
2016 BET From The Bottom Up Season 1 EP 3 Himself Guest, credited as James Worthy (Producer)
2017 USA Network Chrisley Knows Best Season 5 EP 6 Himself Guest

Filmography[edit]

  • 2017: Love By Chance (as Inspiring Actor)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Whaley, Kacie. "James Worthy is the next breakout music producer". Rollingout.com.
  2. ^ JusMusic, DJ. "Dr Dre's Former Artist Truth Hurts Drops New Single, "Fight 4 Love"". Singersroom.com.
  3. ^ Lagon, Chante. "For author Gil Robertson, it truly is a Family Affair". Creativeloafing.com.
  4. ^ Yohance, Kyles. "EXCLUSIVE: James Worthy Discusses His Production Work, Appearing On Centric's 'From The Bottom Up' & More". Allhiphop.com.
  5. ^ http://www.billboard.com/biz/charts/hot-singles
  6. ^ Miller, Oktane. "James Worthy – Move Ft. Ecstacy". hiphopsince1987.com.
  7. ^ Samone, Its K. "Music Producer and Artist James Worthy Talks The Release Of His EP Blu Leisure, Cardi B's Grammy Win and His Respect For Kayne West". hotspotatl.com.

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