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Hernst Bellevue
Krunk-a-Delic at Tommirock Studios
Krunk-a-Delic at Tommirock Studios
Background information
Birth nameHernst Bellevue
Born (1974-03-12) March 12, 1974 (age 46)
Genres
Occupation(s)
Instruments
Years active1994–present
Labels
Associated acts
Websitewww.krunkadelic.com

Hernst Bellevue Jr. (born March 12, 1974; better known by his stage name Krunk-a-Delic) is an American songwriter and hip hop, R&B, and pop music record producer. Krunk-a-Delic has written and produced gold and platinum records such as Jamie Foxx's "I Don't Know,"[1] Ludacris feat. Dtp's "Dtp For Life," (from Disturbing tha Peace) and Ms. Dynamite's "Afraid to Fly" (from A Little Deeper). He is a key collaborator on the production of Sean Paul's triple platinum Billboard Hot 100 #1 hit "Temperature."[2] He is also a contributor to Nelly Furtado's Latin Grammy winning and platinum album "Mi Plan." Krunk-a-Delic has written and produced records for Nelly Furtado, N-Dubz, Nina Sky, Lil' Flip, Noel Gourdin, Starboy Nathan, Shawnna, Jimmy Cozier, Alison Hinds, Jazmine Sullivan, I 20, Cory Lee, Chris Webby, City Girls, Lunchmoney Lewis,[3] as well songs recorded by Nas, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson, Ciara, Rick Ross, and more. In the past he was known to frequently collaboratorate with producer Salaam Remi.[4]

Production Discography[edit]

Year Song Artist Album Label Credit
2001 "Can't Get it Back"[5] Blaque Unreleased Columbia Records Producer, Songwriter
2002 "Afraid to Fly" Ms Dynamite Little Deeper Polydor Records Producer, Songwriter
2003 "Can't Get it Back" Mis-Teeq Eye Candy Telstar Records Producer, Songwriter
2004 "Strawberrez" Mis-Teeq Eye Candy Telstar Records Producer, Songwriter
"You and Your N***a" Consequence Take 'Em to the Cleaners Producer, Songwriter
2005 "ABC( Salaam Remi Krunk-a-Delic Party Mix )" The Jackson 5 Motown Remixed Motown Records / Universal Records Keyboards
"Temperature" Sean Paul Trinity Atlantic Records Keyboards
"DTP for Life" Ludacris & DTP Disturbing tha Peace Def Jam Recordings Producer, Songwriter
2006 "Who I Am" (Remix) Tiffany Evans Unreleased Producer, Songwriter
"Lil Daddy What's Good" Shawnna Block Music DTP / Def Jam Recordings Producer, Songwriter
"You'z a Trick" Lil' Flip I Need Mine Columbia Records Producer, Songwriter
2007 "Thunda" Allison Hinds Soca Queen 1720 Ent / Black Coral Producer
2008 "Open" Noel Gourdin After My Time Epic Records Producer
"I Don't Know" Jamie Foxx Intuition J Records Producer
"Down South" I 20 Single Koch Records Producer, Songwriter
"Come See Me Then" I 20 Producer, Songwriter
2009 "Can't Let Go" Shonie Single Slip N Slide Records Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards
"Now I'm That Bitch" Livvi Franc Now I'm That Bitch Jive Records Keyboards, Programming
"Sufficiente Tiempo" Nelly Furtado Mi Plan Interscope Records Producer, Songwriter
"Fuerte" Nelly Furtado feat. Concha Buika Mi Plan Interscope Records Keyboards, Drum Programming
2010 "On Some Bullsh*t" Nina Skye The Other Side Producer, Songwriter, Keyboards
"Click Flash" Ciara Sex and the City (Vol. 2): More Music Water Tower/ New Line Cinema Keyboards
“My First Love” Craig David Sex And the City (Vol.2): More Music Water Tower/ New Line Cinema Vocals
"Read the Manual" Dennis Blonde EMI Music Netherlands Producer, Vocal Producer
"Mind Control" Hal Linton Single Universal Records / Motown Records Keyboards
"Follow Us" Big Boi Sir Lucious Left Foot…The Son of Chico Dusty Def Jam Recordings Keyboards
"Love in Me" Faith Evans Something About Faith eOne Programming
"Night is Young" Nelly Furtado Best of Nelly Furtado Interscope Records Producer, Songwriter
"Cold Shoudler" N-Dubz Love.Live.Life. Def Jam Recordings Producer, Songwriter
"Love You Long Time" Jazmine Sullivan Love Me Back J Records Keyboards, Programming
"Stuttering" Jazmine Sullivan Love Me Back J Records Keyboards
2011 "Feeling Good" Jennifer Hudson I Remember Me Arista Records Keyboards, Programming
"Crocodile Rock" Elton John & Nelly Furtado Gnomeo & Juliet Soundtrack Buena Vista Keyboards, Drum Programming
"It's a Tower Heist" Nas & Rick Ross Tower Heist Soundtrack Back Lot Music/ Universal Pictures Drum Programming
"She Got Me" Krunk-a-Delic Tower Heist Soundtrack Back Lot Music/ Universal Pictures Producer, Songwriter
"Bounce On It" Cory Lee Hot Pink Heart SMC / Universal Records Producer, Songwriter
"Funkill" Cory Lee Hot Pink Heart SMC / Universal Records Producer, Songwriter
"L.O.V.E." Cory Lee Hot Pink Heart SMC / Universal Records Producer, Songwriter
2012 "The Most Beautiful Thing" Nelly Furtado The Spirit Indestructible Mosely Music / Interscope Records Songwriter
2014 "Buss Shots"[6] Anjuli Stars Featured on VH1 show "Make Or Break: The Linda Perry Project" Producer, Songwriter
"Let's Do It Again" Chris Webby Chemically Imbalanced eOne Producer, Songwriter
2017 "SWNGN" The Monsters and the Strangerz Nostalgia EP Songwriter
2018 “Blue Jeans” Mayila ‘’Star’’ Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Producer, Songwriter
2019 “You Know That I Want You” Jimmy Cozier Louder Than Life Records Producer, Songwriter
“Pony” LunchMoney Lewis feat. City Girls Lunchbox Records Producer, Songwriter

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Intuition - Jamie Foxx". AllMusic. 2008-12-16. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
  2. ^ "Sean Paul - Temperature (CD, Album) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
  3. ^ Katel, Jacob (2012-01-17). "Anjuli Stars Talks Pitbull, Bartending, and The Starvation Vol. 2 - Miami Music - Crossfade". Blogs.miaminewtimes.com. Retrieved 2012-03-19.
  4. ^ Bellevue, Hernst (2012-10-05). "About StayBent Krunk-a-Delic". krunkadelic.com. Retrieved 2015-06-09.
  5. ^ "Who Produced It - Can't Get it Back”, 'WhoProducedIt.info', 2001
  6. ^ "Watch Your Step - Anjuli is Going to Buss Shots”, The Pearl Mic, May 2012

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