Steve Baughman

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Steve Baughman
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Other namesSteve B

Steve Baughman "Steve B" is a Grammy Award Winning[1] music producer / engineer / mixer.

Early life[edit]

He graduated from California State University, Chico in 1995 with a BA in Music and Recording Arts.

As an independent recording engineer working for Death Row Records, Interscope Records, Sony Records, Capitol Records, Universal Music Group and many others. Michael Jackson, The Pussycat Dolls, Usher, 50 Cent, Destiny's Child, Pink, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Jimmy Iovine and Snoop Dogg are just a handful of the top-selling artists that Steve B has worked with.

Platinum records[edit]

Steve has worked on platinum records like Eminem's 2002 Eminem Show, which was nominated for multiple Grammy's and won in the category of Best Rap Album.

Recording studio[edit]

In 2004, Steve opened his own personal recording studio, servicing multi-platinum artists and up-and-coming talent. In 2007, Steve was hired by multi-billionaire Dr. Henry Nicholas to help form a new record label Level 7. As a staff A&R/producer/mixer, he was responsible for handling existing talent and bringing new talent into the system. Currently Steve is developing MyAppDeck and providing Aderra with his extensive contacts in the Music Industry. In addition Steve was recently named Head of US Operations for RTG Ventures, a music-centric internet company based out of the UK.


Steve also lectures at eminent Music Institutes around the world under the brand on music production, music engineering, mixing and the music business. 50 Cent is quoted on the MixCraft website as saying: "Check out my man Steve B's MixCraft. If you wanna be the best you got to learn from the best."


Steve continues to work with Dr. Dre, Cee-Lo, Cool&Dre, Timbaland, Scott Storch, J.R. Rotem, Prince, Dave Matthews, Cold Play, Mary J. Blige, Jimmy Jam And Terry Lewis and many more. Steve's credits are documented on


Steve B's Platinum Albums are documented on the website and include albums such as:

Artist Album Certification Date Label Award
50 Cent The Massacre December 16, 2005 Aftermath/Interscope 5.00X Multi-platinum
50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin' December 9, 2003 Aftermath/Interscope 6.00X Multi-platinum
50 Cent Get Rich or Die Tryin' (Soundtrack) December 21, 2005 Interscope Platinum
Destiny's Child The Writing's On The Wall November 6, 2001 Columbia 8.00X Multi-platinum
Destiny's Child #1's November 30, 2005 Columbia Platinum
Eminem 8 Mile (Soundtrack) January 31, 2003 Interscope 4.00X Multi-platinum
Eminem The Eminem Show March 7, 2011 Interscope 9.00X Multi-platinum
Eminem Encore December 17, 2004 Interscope 4.00X Multi-platinum
Eminem Curtain Call: The Hits January 27, 2006 Interscope 2.00X Multi-platinum
Enrique Iglesias Cosas Del Amor January 21, 1999 Fonovisa Gold
Michael Jackson History August 21, 2009 Epic/Legacy 9.00X Multi-platinum
Michael Jackson Blood on the Dance Floor October 30, 2000 Epic Platinum
Michael Jackson PCD January 6, 2011 A&M 2.00X Multi-platinum
Pink Can't Take Me Home December 18, 2000 LaFace 2.00X Multi-platinum
Sisqo Return of the Dragon July 23, 2001 Def Soul Records Platinum
Snoop Dogg Tha Doggfather February 4, 1997 Death Row/Interscope 2.00X Multi-platinum
Snoop Dogg Doggystyle May 31, 1994 Death Row/Interscope 4.00X Multi-platinum
Usher 8701 July 26, 2002 Arista 4.00X Multi-platinum


  1. ^ "The Eminem Show - Eminem : Credits". AllMusic. 2002-05-26. Retrieved 2012-09-05.