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|Birth name||Melvin Breeden|
|Genres||Hip hop, reggae, pop, R&B, gospel|
|Occupation(s)||Producer, composer, songwriter|
|Labels||Big Cat, Aftermath, Radar Live|
|Associated acts||Dr. Dre, Gucci Mane, MC Breed|
Melvin Breeden, better known as Mel-Man, is a record producer from Norfolk, Virginia. He is the president and CEO of Big Cat Records and Radar Live, which Billboard Magazine placed at #13 on their list of Top Rap Labels in 2005.
Mel-Man released Freak Nasty's "Da' Dip" independently in 1996 and sold more than 1.5 million copies. He was nominated for a MTV VMA award in 1997. Breeden also marketed and released independent projects from Gucci Mane, Canton Jones, and Love & Hip Hop's Rasheedah.
- Skrizzy - "Drip"
- Canton Jones - "Greatness"
- Canton Jones - Your City "Lust, Drugs & Gospel"
- Young Dro - "Polo Down"
- Blood Raw - Raw Redemption
- Pretty Ricky - Pretty Ricky
- Gucci Mane - Trap House "Hard To Kill"
- Gucci Mane - Murder Was the Case "Murder for Fun"
- Buju Banton - "Toppa Di Top"
- MC Breed - It's All Good
- MC Breed - No Future in Yo' Frontin featuring Tupac (remix)
- Dr. Dre - 2001
- "Big Cat Records to Release Gucci Mane's TRAP-A-THON On 9/25". The Free Library. 2007-09-20. Retrieved 2014-02-14.