Theron Feemster

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Theron "Neff U" Feemster
Theron "Neff-U" Feemster Ron "Neff-U" Feemster
Background information
Genres Pop, R&B, hip hop
Occupation(s) Producer, Musician, Songwriter, Artist
Instruments Keyboards, Drums, Guitar, Bass
Years active 2002–present
Associated acts Michael Jackson, Mary J. Blige, Ne-Yo, Aftermath, Nelly Dr. Dre, Justin Bieber,

Theron Otis Feemster,[1] commonly known as Theron Feemster or Ron Feemster (and also under the Nickname Neff-U), is a Grammy Award winning American music producer, musician, songwriter and artist.

Life and career[edit]

Every great painting starts with a painter's inspiration and interpretation. Inspiration feeds from imagination and that is what has catapulted this painter-producer to the Perfect Canvas! One small dorm room idea at the Berklee College of Music in Massachusetts, finding its way to a household name Will Smith, in California, is a wonderful way to envision the arrival of Theron "Neffu" Feemster. The Rise to Greatness began in 2002, with that small idea becoming Will Smith's smash single from Men In Black 2, "Black Suits Coming".

This God fearing church raised multi-instrumentalist has become one of the most profoundly influential producer-songwriters of this music era. Theron "Neffu" Feemster 2x Grammy winner, has since worked with the music industries' A-list elite. Feemster has teamed up with musical icons on his lustrous journey; such as musical genius, Grammy winning juggernaut Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds and Super-Producer Dr.Dre, where he helped deliver the ground-breaking sound of Eminem and 50 Cent. His piano and string melodies placed "Neff U" in the studio working hand to hand with the "King of Pop" Michael Jackson; this turned into an on-going 7 year experience. Despite the accolades of Theron "Neff U" Feemster, he continues to deliver wonderful portraits with many high profile artists defining their inner creativity one at a time![2] In 2015 Theron Neff-U Feemster worked on the number one album around the world Compton by Dr. Dre in which he wrote and produced "Issues and "Just Another Day". On November 2, 2015 Justin Beiber released "I'll Show You" in which Theron Feemster co-wrote.

Production discography[edit]


The Eminem Show by Eminem
  • "Business"
  • "When the Music Stops"
  • "Say What You Say"
  • "My Dad's Gone Crazy"


Get Rich or Die Tryin' by 50 Cent
  • "Back Down"
Terrorist Threats by Westside Connection
  • "Get Ignit"
Love & Life by Mary J. Blige


Afrodisiac by Brandy
  • "Say You Will"
Turning Point by Mario


Unpredictable by Jamie Foxx
  • "Wish U Were Here"


In My Own Words by Ne-Yo
  • "Stay"
  • "Sign Me Up"


Because of You by Ne-Yo
  • "Crazy" (featuring Jay-Z)
Luvanmusiq by Musiq Soulchild
  • "Millionaire"
Growing Pains by Mary J. Blige
Unbreakable by Backstreet Boys
  • "Treat Me Right"
Rockstar Mentality by Shop Boyz
  • "Rockstar Mentality"
  • "Showin' Me Love"
Stomp The Yard by Sean Biggs
  • "Never Gonna Get It" (featuring Topic & Akon)


The Truth by Cherish
  • "Damages"
Brass Knuckles by Nelly
The Declaration by Ashanti
  • "In These Streets"
A Different Me by Keyshia Cole


Lady Love by Letoya
  • "Lady Love"
At That Point by Teairra Marí
  • "Built For This"


Can't Take That Away From Me by JoJo
  • "Can't Take That Away From Me"
  • "Running on Empty"
Michael by Michael Jackson
  • "Hollywood Tonight"
  • "Best of Joy"
  • "(I Like) The Way You Love Me"


Perfectionist by Natalia Kills
  • "Wonderland"
  • "Break You Hard"
  • "Superficial"
  • "If I Was God"
The Cimfam EP by Cimorelli
  • "Million Bucks"


The Secret World of Arrietty by Bridgit Mendler
  • "Summertime"
Til the Casket Drops by ZZ Ward
  • "Til the Casket Drops"
  • "Put the Gun Down"
  • "Move Like U Stole It"
  • "If I Could Be Her"
  • "Charlie Ain't Home"


Lift Your Spirit by Aloe Blacc
  • "Wanna Be With You"


Compton by Dr. Dre

Purpose by Justin Beiber

  • "I'll Show You"

The Documentary 2 by The Game

A Volte Esagero by Marracash feat Salmo and Coez[edit]

Fumo by Clemintino[edit]


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