Nate Butler

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Nate Butler
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Background information
Birth nameNate Butler
Born (1981-08-15) 15 August 1981 (age 37)
Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.
GenresR&B, pop, electronica, soul, Rap/Hip hop
Occupation(s)Singer-songwriter, record producer, Casting_(performing_arts)
Years active1992 – present
LabelsDo Good Ent (U.S.)

Nate Butler is an American songwriter, music producer, vocal producer, and recording artist based in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been a part of 45 plus million records sold worldwide at last count. Butler has worked with multi-platinum artists such as Luther Vandross,[1] Victoria Beckham aka Posh Spice, Houston,[2] Craig David,[3] Backstreet Boys,[4] 3LW, Christina Milian, Stacie Orrico,[5] JoJo, Aaron Carter, The Cheetah Girls and others. Butler launched the career of the platinum R&B group 3LW by writing their hit singles: No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)[6] and Playas Gon' Play.[7] Two of the members of 3LW, Kiely Williams and Adrienne Bailon, went on to become members of the worldwide Disney sensation The Cheetah Girls. Butler also penned the notable chart topping R&B smash single "Afterparty" by Koffee Brown, also referred to as a R&B classic.[8]

Butler helped launch the careers of many artists, such as the American Idols and others such as, S Club 7[9] (U.K.), L5 (France), Blue (U.K.), Sugababes (U.K.), Miss3 (Norway), BoA (Japan),[10] and Lola (Italy). Butler has racked up credits on blockbuster films such as Barbershop, Four Brothers,[11] Dr. Dolittle 2,[12] Save the Last Dance, and the Nickelodeon hit Jimmy Neutron.[13]

Butler was a part of the casting team for the final season of The X-Factor and America's Got Talent Season 9 and 10. He worked as the Jr. Casting Producer for Showtime at the Apollo on Fox Entertainment Group hosted by Steve Harvey and he is currently casting for the new show The Four: Battle For Stardom with Sean John Combs aka P. Diddy, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor, Charlie Walk the President of Universal Republic Records and Fergie which also airs on the Fox Entertainment Group.

Discography[edit]

Sources[14][15]
Artist Song Record Label
Royce Lovett Home For Christmas Motown
Royce Lovett Go Motown
Royce Lovett That's Dat Jesus Motown
Royce Lovett I Wanna Love You Motown
Royce Lovett Reach (Feat. Nate Butler) Motown
Royce Lovett Freedom Motown
Royce Lovett Down 4 Whatever Motown
Royce Lovett Put Your Armour On Motown
Royce Lovett Show Me Love Motown
Royce Lovett Say Something Motown
Royce Lovett Write It On The Wall Motown
Shawty Lo Blenda D4L/Asylum/Warner Bros
Jay Sean Why Why Why Virgin Records UK
Ellie Pop Pop Fizz Fizz Ministry of Sound UK
Ellie Supersonic Soul Ministry of Sound UK
Ellie So Cruel Ministry of Sound UK
Krave Scrub the Ground Upfront/Interscope
The Cheetah Girls Falling For You Walt Disney Records
Stacie Orrico Save Me Virgin
Stacie Orrico Can't Give It Up Virgin
Guy Sebastian I'll Never Forget Ya Sony Music Australia
Melody De Ja Vu BMG/Japan
Backstreet Boys Moving On Jive Records/UK/Asia
Houston What U Say Capitol Records
Blue (boy band) I Wanna Know Innocent Records/Virgin UK
American Idol Juniors No Matta What Jive Records
Christina Milian Perfect Universal Records/UK
Ma$e Sell It Bad Boy/
Manzini The Balloon Song Warner Music Denmark
Jody Lei Salt Shaker Independiante/Sony UK
Jody Lei Reminisce Independiante/Sony UK
Miss 3 No Matta What Sony Norway
Won-G My Life Sanctuary/Bmg
LMNT Keep It Coming Elektra
Justin Guarini Heartbreaker J Records
Luther Vandross Say It Now J Records
Craig David 2 Steps Back Windstar U.K./Atlantic US
Toya No Matta What (Party All Night) Arista
American Juniors No Matta What (Party All Night Long) Jive
Tynisha Kelli Dats What's Up Warner Bros/Digital Release
3LW Crazy Epic
3LW Leave Wit You Epic
3LW No More (Baby I'ma Do Right) Epic
3LW Playas Gon Play Epic
3LW Curious Epic
3LW Naughty On Xmas Epic
3LW Ahh Nah Epic
Koffee Brown After Party Arista
Scene 23 The Greatest 143 Atlantic
S Club 7 The Greatest Universal U.K.
Michico Should I Leave Sony Japan
Aaron Carter Kid In Me Jive
Aaron Carter AC Alienation Jive
L5 (band) Look at Me Mercury France
Jimmy Cozier Two Steps J Records
Dawn Robinson (EnVogue) Set It Off Universal
Virtue I am God Jive
Virtue God Is Your Source Jive
No Secrets Go Girlfriend Hollywood Records
Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) What You Talkin Bout Virgin
Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice) Every Lil Part of Me Virgin
Deleon Richards Let Go, Let God Universal Music Christian Group
Deleon Richards Come Follow Me Universal Music Christian Group
Deleon Richards Give It Up Universal Music Christian Group
Deleon Richards Testify Universal Music Christian Group
DeLeon Richards Don't Let It Tommy Boy
Xscape Hold On So So Def
Tonya Mitchell I Represent Motown
Elisha Laverne Not At Home Avex Japan
Elisha Laverne For Me Avex Japan
Elisha Laverne Talking Bout Avex Japan
Namico Perfect Avex Japan
Sugababes Us Girls Island Records UK
BoA Be the One Avex Japan

Film and television placements[edit]

Movie Song Artist
Four Brothers I Got That Fire
Barbershop Baby, Baby, Baby Colin P
Save the Last Dance Hate the Player Demo Singer
Dr. Dolittle 2 Two Steps Jimmy Cozier
Jimmy Neutron Go Jimmy Aaron Carter
Jimmy Neutron AC Alienation Aaron Carter
Popstars (Season 2) The Greatest The Popstars
Taina/Nickelodeon I Represent Maritza

Web campaign music and sound design catalogue[edit]

Company Website Job Description
Atlanta Botanical Gardens. www.atlantabotanicalgardens.org Web Site Campaign Sound Design(2006)
Coca-Cola www.them.com Theme music for limited release bottles (2005)
Marit Milien Couture armchairmedia.com/projects/marit Theme music for lingerie site (2006)
Radio One www.freefm.com Sound Design for David Lee Roth website(2006)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard.com – Discography – Luther Vandross – Luther Vandross
  2. ^ Billboard.com – Discography – Houston – It's Already Written
  3. ^ Billboard.com – Discography – Craig David – Slicker Than Your Average [Bonus Disc]
  4. ^ "backStreetboys* – Incomplete". Discogs. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  5. ^ Billboard.com – Discography – Stacie Orrico – Beautiful Awakening
  6. ^ allmusic ((( 3LW > Overview )))
  7. ^ allmusic
  8. ^ "Digital Videos – Episodes (TV Series) – VH1". VH1. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  9. ^ "S Club – Don't Stop Movin' (2002) lyrics at The Lyric Archive". www.thelyricarchive.com. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  10. ^ "BoA – Be The One". Discogs. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  11. ^ "Four Brothers (2005)". imdb.com. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  12. ^ "Nate Butler". IMDb. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  13. ^ "Nate Butler Filmography – Yahoo! Movies". yahoo.com. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  14. ^ "General Archives – Hollywood.com". Hollywood.com. Retrieved June 28, 2017.
  15. ^ "Follow me! twitter.com/natebutler – Listen and Stream Free Music, Albums, New Releases, Photos, Videos". Myspace. Retrieved June 28, 2017.