Kendrick Dean

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Kendrick Dean
Kendrick at the 2011 (GRAMMY Awards).jpg
Kendrick at the 2011 GRAMMY Awards
Background information
Birth nameKendrick Jevon Dean
Also known asWyldcard
OriginMiami, Florida, United States
GenresR&B, Pop
Occupation(s)Record Producer, Songwriter
InstrumentsPiano, drums, strings, organ, vocals
Years active2004–Present
LabelsThe Dean's List Inc.
Associated actsBryan Michael Cox, Manuel Seal, Marques Houston, Mary J. Blige, Monica, Tyrese
Websitewww.kendrickdean.com

Kendrick Jevon Dean (also known as Wyldcard) is an American record producer, songwriter and entrepreneur. He has produced or written for 7 GRAMMY Nominated albums to date. Some of his hits include Chris Brown's "Say Goodbye" (Billboard #1), Mariah Carey's "I Stay In Love" and Trey Songz "Last Time". Kendrick began his music career in 2004 when he was first credited as a producer on mega group Destiny's Child final album Destiny Fulfilled. A former high school history teacher, and University of Florida graduate; Dean used his classical, jazz and gospel music background to make a seemingly seamless transition into the music business. Dean is often incorrectly credited for compositions from Swizz Beatz, both of which being credited as "K. Dean". He is a member of Iota Phi Theta fraternity.

Discography[edit]

2004[edit]

Destiny's Child album entitled 'Destiny Fulfilled' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Contemporary Album 2004

2005[edit]

Chris Brown's album entitled 'Chris Brown' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Contemporary Album 2005

2006[edit]

2007[edit]

Keyshia Cole's album entitled 'Just Like You' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Contemporary Album 2007

2008[edit]

2009[edit]

2010[edit]

Monica's album entitled 'Still Standing' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Album 2010

2011[edit]

Tyrese's album entitled 'Open Invitation' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Contemporary Album 2012

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

Tyrese's album entitled 'Black Rose' received a Grammy Nomination for Best R&B Album 2015

2016[edit]

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2018[edit]

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