Sha Money XL

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Sha Money XL
Birth nameMichael Jean Clervoix
Also known as
  • Sha-Self
  • Sha Miguel
Born (1976-02-11) February 11, 1976 (age 44)
New York City, New York, United States
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Record producer
  • songwriter
  • disc jockey
  • record executive
Years active1995–present
Labels
E1 Music
Associated acts

Michael Jean Clervoix[1] (born February 11, 1976), professionally known as Sha Money XL, is an American record producer, DJ and songwriter from New York City, New York.

Career[edit]

Clervoix was a producer for 50 Cent and the founder of Teamwork Music Inc.[2] After Interscope granted 50 Cent his own label in 2003, Sha Money XL was president of G-Unit Records until 2007. He then was VP of A&R at Def Jam in May 2010, and produced Big K.R.I.T.'s Live from the Underground. As of 2015 he is an executive at Epic Records.[3]

Production discography[edit]

1997[edit]

Royal Flush - Ghetto Millionaire
  • 08. "Conflict" (featuring Wastlanz)

1999[edit]

Brixx - Everything Happens for a Reason
  • 07. "Can't Outplay Us"

2000[edit]

Half a Mill - Milíon
  • 12. "Ghetto Girl"
50 Cent - Power of the Dollar
  • 15. "You Ain't No Gangsta"

2001[edit]

Tragedy Khadafi - Against All Odds
  • 03. "Crime Nationalists" (featuring Headrush Napoleon & Tasha Holiday)
  • 06. "Bing Monsters" (featuring Ja Rule & Headrush Napoleon)
  • 11. "Say Goodbye" (featuring Killah Shah & Dave Bing)
Beanie Sigel - The Reason
Cormega - The Realness
  • 10. "Get Out My Way"

2002[edit]

50 Cent - Guess Who's Back?
  • 06. "50 Bars"
G-Unit - 50 Cent Is the Future
  • 16. "Bad News"
G-Unit - No Mercy, No Fear
G-Unit - God's Plan

2003[edit]

Lil' Kim - La Bella Mafia
50 Cent - Get Rich or Die Tryin'
  • 06. "High All the Time" (produced with DJ Rad and Eminem)
  • 13. "Poor Lil' Rich" (produced with Eminem)
Tragedy Khadafi - Still Reportin'...
  • 08. "Walk wit Me (911")
G-Unit - Beg for Mercy
  • 14. "Beg for Mercy" (produced with Big-Toni)
Juvenile - Juve the Great
  • 13. "Juve the Great" (produced with Black Jeruz)

2004[edit]

Lloyd Banks - "The Hunger for More"
  • 08. "If You So Gangsta" (produced with Chad Beatz)
  • 11. "When the Chips Are Down" (produced with Black Jeruz)
Young Buck - "Straight Outta Cashville"
  • 02. "Do It Like Me" (produced with Chad Beatz)
  • 15. "DPG-Unit" (featuring 50 Cent, Daz Dillinger, Lloyd Banks, Snoop Dogg & Soopafly) (produced with Black Jeruz) (United Kingdom and Japan Bonus Track)
Snoop Dogg - "R&G (Rhythm & Gangsta): The Masterpiece"
  • 07. "Snoop D.O. Double G" (produced with Black Jeruz)
  • 14. "Oh No" (featuring 50 Cent) (produced with Ron Browz)

2005[edit]

Cormega - The Testament
  • 05. "Angel Dust"
50 Cent - The Massacre
  • 03. "This is 50" (produced with Black Jeruz)
Junior M.A.F.I.A. - Riot Musik
  • 14. "Do da Damm Thing" (featuring Aja)
Slim Thug - Already Platinum
  • 11. "The Interview" (produced with Black Jeruz)
Tony Yayo - Thoughts of a Predicate Felon
  • 04. "Tattle Teller" (produced with Black Jeruz)
Various Artists - Get Rich or Die Tryin'
  • 03. "Things Change" (featuring Spider Loc, 50 Cent & Lloyd Banks) (produced with Black Jeruz)
  • 13. "You a Shooter" (featuring Mobb Deep & 50 Cent)

2006[edit]

Mobb Deep - Blood Money
  • 02. "Put 'Em In Their Place" (produced with Havoc & Ky Miller)
Lloyd Banks - Rotten Apple
  • 01. "Rotten Apple" (featuring 50 Cent & Prodigy) (produced with Havoc)
  • 07. "Help" (featuring Keri Hilson) (produced with Ron Browz)
  • 17. "Life" (featuring Spider Loc) (produced with Chad Beatz) (United Kingdom Bonus Track)
Lil Scrappy - Bred 2 Die - Born 2 Live
  • 13. "Baby Daddy" (produced with Ky Miller)

2007[edit]

50 Cent - Bulletproof
  • 01. "Maybe We Crazy"
  • 02. "When You Hear That" (featuring Tony Yayo)
  • 03. "I'm a Rider"
  • 04. "Simply the Best"
  • 05. "Pimpin', Part 2"
  • 06. "Not Rich, Still Lyin' (The Game Diss)"
  • 07. "Why They Look Like That"
  • 08. "Come and Get You"
  • 09. "I Warned You"
  • 10. "I Run NY" (featuring Tony Yayo)
  • 11. "Grew Up"
  • 12. "South Side"
  • 13. "Why Ask Why"
  • 14. "Hit You Ass Up" (featuring Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks)
  • 15. "G-Unit Radio" (featuring DJ Whoo Kid)
  • 16. "Window Shopper (Remix)" (featuring Mase)
  • 17. "Movie Trailer"
  • 18. "Best Friend (Remix)" (featuring Olivia)
Gorilla Zoe - Welcome to the Zoo
  • 15. "Last Time I Checked" (produced with Canei Finch)

2008[edit]

Scarface - Emeritus

  • 12. "Unexpected" (featuring Wacko) (produced with Young Cee)

2009[edit]

2010[edit]

Stat Quo - Statlanta
  • 03. "Ghetto USA" (featuring Antonio McLendon)

2011[edit]

2012[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

Bobby Shmurda - Shmurda She Wrote
  • 05. "Wipe The Case Away" (featuring Ty Real)

2015[edit]

Mac Miller - GO:OD AM

2016[edit]

Domo Genesis - Genesis
  • 02. "One Below" (produced with G Koop)

Personal life[edit]

Clervoix who is of Haitian descent, joined in on the relief efforts a year later in the aftermath of the 2010 Haiti earthquake that still left many people impoverished and homeless sending over money, food and clothes to Port-au-Prince, as well as his mother’s hometown of Limbé. He sought to create a Haitian hip-hop EP in collaboration with Creole Haitian rap stars such as Seca Konsa and among others.[4]

He is cousins with DJ Whoo Kid.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://repertoire.bmi.com/DetailView.aspx?detail=titleid&keyid=8507954&ShowNbr=0&ShowSeqNbr=0&blnWriter=True&blnPublisher=True&blnArtist=True&blnAltTitles=True
  2. ^ Sha Money XL:The Past, Present and Future of G-Unit Pt.4 Accessed April 26, 2008.
  3. ^ "AllHipHop » 50 Cent Disses Sha Money XL For Not Bailing Out Bobby Shmurda (VIDEO)". Retrieved 27 July 2015.
  4. ^ Fresh, Mikey, ed. (12 January 2011). "Def Jam VP Sha Money XL Gives Back To Haiti, Announces Benefit EP". VIBE. Retrieved 18 January 2020.
  5. ^ Righi, Len, ed. (30 June 2005). "DJ Whoo Kid gets his 50 Cent's worth, and more". The Morning Call. Retrieved 18 January 2020.