Marty James

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Marty James
Marty James 2011.jpg
Background information
Origin Chico, California, United States
Genres Pop, soul, hip hop
Occupation(s) Singer-songwriter, record producer, performer
Instruments Vocals, keyboard
Years active 2000-present
Labels Low Post, Grand Royal, Avatar Records, Mercury, Island Def Jam, theMpire
Associated acts Scapegoat Wax, One Block Radius
Website Marty James on Twitter

Marty James is an American singer-songwriter and record producer who was born in Chico, California.

As the front man and producer of Scapegoat Wax and One Block Radius, he has released multiple albums and singles with his two groups.[1][2] He was featured on The Federation's "I Wear My Stunna Glasses At Night" in 2006 and Snoop Dogg's "New Year's Eve" in 2010[3] among other songs.


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Baby Bash - Cyclone (2008)

MoZella - Belle Isle (2009)

  • "Four Leaf Clover" (producer)
  • "Freezing" (producer)
  • "Let's Stop Calling It Love" (producer)
  • "Uh-Uh" (producer and vocals)

Iyaz (2011)

Cover Drive - Bajan Style (2012)

Chris Rene - I'm Right Here (2012)

Fantasia - Side Effects of You (2013)

  • "In Deep"

Sean Kingston - Back 2 Life (2013)

Enrique Iglesias - Sex and Love (2014)

  • "Heart Attack"
  • "I'm A Freak" featuring Pitbull
  • "Let Me Be Your Lover" featuring Pitbull
  • "Only A Woman"
  • "Still Your King"
  • "There Goes My Baby" featuring Flo Rida
  • "Turn The Night Up"
  • "You and I"

Jason Derulo - Tattoos/Talk Dirty (2014)

  • "With the Lights on"

Sean Paul - From the motion picture "The Perfect Guy" (2015)

  • "Bust It"

The Janoskians (2015)

  • "MoodSwings"

Nicky Jam and Enrique Iglesias (2015)

  • "Forgiveness" (El Perdon)

Akon (2015)

  • "Burning Alive"

Empire Season 2 (2015)

  • Runnin'


  1. ^ Wilson, MacKenzie (2011). Scapegoat Wax - Biography. Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-07-26
  2. ^ Birchmeier, Jason (2011). One Block Radius - Biography. Allmusic. Retrieved 2011-07-26
  3. ^ Adams, Gregory (October 27, 2010). "Snoop Dogg - "New Year's Eve" (ft. Marty James)". Exclaim!. 

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