Raymond Angry

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Raymond Angry
Genres Pop, soul, R&B
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter, arranger, producer
Instruments Keyboards, Hammond organ, clavinet, Moog synthesizer, Farfisa organ, Wurlitzer
Years active 1994–present
Labels JMI Recordings - debut lp Ray Angry One recorded March 25–26 at Reservoir Studio A NYC with Ambrose Akinmusire, Eric Harland, Derrick Hodge and Myron Walden.
Associated acts Joss Stone, Christina Aguilera, Robbie Williams, The Roots, D'Angelo

Raymond Angry (sometimes referred to as Ray Angry) is an American keyboardist, record producer, and composer.


Since the 1990s, Angry has contributed songs and played on many hit records. He wrote Christina Aguilera's "Slow Down Baby",[1] Ja Rule's "Real Life Fantasy" and Melanie Fiona's "Priceless". He also played on records by Robbie Williams, Joss Stone and also toured with D'Angelo.

In 2010 he was the musical director for Off the Wall: A Michael Jackson Tribute. In 2013 he received a Grammy nomination as part of The Roots' record Undun.[2]

On many occasions Angry collaborated with Cindy Blackman, Mike Mangini, Tom "Bones" Malone, David Gilmore, Betty Wright and James Poyser. He has also worked with Patti LaBelle, Louie Vega, Jeremiah, Mobb Deep, Peter Gallagher and Elliott Yamin. His nickname is "Mister Goldfinger".[3]



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