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Birth name Xavier Dotson

(1980-01-12) January 12, 1980 (age 35)

Origin Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Genres Hip Hop, Trap
Occupation(s) Record Producer, disk jockey
Years active 1997–present
Labels Zaytown USA, 1017 Brick Squad Records
Associated acts Chief Keef, B.o.B, Gucci Mane, Migos, OJ da Juiceman, Soulja Boy, Usher, Waka Flocka Flame, Young Jeezy, Metro Boomin, Travi$ Scott

Xavier Dotson, better known as Zaytoven,[1] is an American disk jockey and record producer born in Germany.[2] He was raised in San Francisco but later moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Since then, he has worked with Gucci Mane extensively, contributing at least one song on every one of his albums, and doing many mixtapes with him. He has also worked with other notable Atlanta artists, such as Soulja Boy Tell 'Em, Gorilla Zoe, Young Jeezy, OJ Da Juiceman, Future, Usher, Migos (for their Hot 100 hit "Versace"), and other non-Atlanta artists such as Nicki Minaj, producing hundreds of songs in total. He won a Grammy Award in 2011 for his contribution to Usher's Raymond vs. Raymond album, as a co-producer and writer for the single "Papers" along with Sean Garrett.



Production discography[edit]

Artist Credit
Zaytoven "Ice on Me"
"Chasin Dat Check"
"Livewire" (featuring Al Nuke & E.Villan)
"New Freak" (featuring Al Nuke & E.Villan)
"Suckaz" (featuring Al Nuke & E.Villan)
"No Money"
"Easy" (featuring Marco)
Gucci Mane "Bricks (Remix)" (featuring OJ Da Juiceman, Fabolous, Shawty Lo, 8Ball & MJG)
"Back to Ballin'"
"Everybody Quiet" (featuring Yo Gotti)
"Easy" (featuring Rocko & Nicki Minaj)
"Mr. Tonight"
"Shirt Off (Remix)" (featuring So Icey Boys)
"Ching Ching"
"I Think I Want Her"
"Excuse Me"
"Hasta La Vista"
"Money Bag Shawty"
"Like a Nerd" (featuring Brick Squad)
"Gettin’ Cold" (featuring Mac Bre-z)
"My Lady"
"Rich **** ****"
"Hottest Rapper"
"Turn’t Up" (featuring Sliq B & Tracy T)
"Birds of a Feather" (featuring Rocko)
"Feel Sorry"
"Scarycat" (featuring Nelly)
"Waterslide" (featuring Rocko & Yung Ralph)
"Show Me" (featuring Jason Caeser)
"Rolling Stone"
"How Much You Want It"(featuring Trina & Kmac)
"Blame On Ya"(featuring Young Dolph & YFN Lucci)
Migos "Versace"
"Bakers Man"
"Young Rich Niggas"
"Wrist Game"
"Ten Plus Ten"(featuring Peewee Longway & Jose Guapo)
"Dirty Stick"(featuring Peewee Longway)
"Night Time"
"Add it Up"
"Peek A Boo"
"Migo Dreams"(featuring Meek Mill)
"Built Like Me"
"Just Wait On It"
"Mr. Miyagi"
"Rocky Balboa"(featuring Peewee Longway)
"Water Bitch"(featuring Chill Will)
"Momma We Rich"
"You A Foo"
"Pack Gone Missing"(featuring Wiz Khalifa, Rich The Kid & Chevy Woods)
"Fucked Up the Kitchen"(featuring Peewee Longway)
"Dr. Dolittle"
"Rich Nigga Timeline"
"Naw FR"
"Migos Origin"
"What a Feeling"
"Dirk Nowitzki"(featuring Young Dolph)
"Life So Hard"
Str8 Dropp Tha Prophet "House Arrest" (with Villa Mane)
"Hook'd Off Str8 Dropp"
"No Pencil"
"No Handouts" (featuring Villa Mane)
Young Thad "Put Me in the Kitchen"(featuring Gucci Mane & Chingo Bling)
"Boom" (featuring Waka Flocka Flame)
"My Pilot"
"Tools on Deck"
"Get This Money" (featuring Ole-E)
Yung Ralph "Get It Up" (featuring Playa Fly & Humble G)
"Gangstas Don’t Dance"
"Dat’s Da Move"
"About a ****"
"Still Look Like Money"
Playa Fly "Moo-Lah"
Humble G "Anna"
"In the Trap"
"Raised in the Trenches"
"Bust It Like a Dog" (featuring Zaytoven)
"I’ma Gangsta"
"Culinary Art School"
Shawn Jay "Call the Weedman" (featuring Gucci Mane, OJ Da Juiceman, Mia X & Gangsta Boo
OJ Da Juiceman "Swagger" (featuring Gorilla Zoe)
"Public Housing"
"Hammer & Jacob"
"Dope Cookin’ Fool"
Soulja Boy Tell 'Em "First Class"
"The Future"


  • Confessions Of A Thug (2005)
  • Zaytown The DVD (2010) (Directed By Villa Mane)
  • All Mine [Short Film] (2011) (Directed By Villa Mane)
  • Birds Of A Feather (2012) (w/ Al Nuke, Gucci Mane & Big Bank Black)
  • Weed Man Movie Series (2013) (w/ Str8 Dropp Tha Prophet & Villa Mane)
  • Finesse The Movie (2015)


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