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LRoc (born James Elbert Phillips) is a staff songwriter and producer at Jermaine Dupri's So So Def Recordings. He has co-written and co-produced singles like Janet Jackson's "Call on Me", Monica's "Everytime Tha Beat Drop", Mariah Carey's "Get Your Number", Murphy Lee's "Wat Dat Hook Gonna Be", Usher's "Yeah!", LL Cool J's "Control Myself," and Nelly's "Grillz". He recently produced Teairra Mari's single "Sponsor".
- Starpoynt Magazine: "LRoc-in' To The Top!"
- Atlanta Daily World (July 9, 2006): "Atlanta's LROC Creates Beats For Top-Selling CDs, Works On Project To Benefit AIDS Research"
- EMI Music Publishing: "Artist Profile - LRoc"
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