Owner/Producer/Writer/ - Elleisinc Music Group
1997 – Present (16 years) Greater Atlanta Area
If I said the name Michael Crawford, Most people in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area wouldn’t know who this guy is. But if I said Magnedo7, the producer, many hip hop heads would probably be like, “oh that’s the Kat who did that Eminem track with Havoc of Mobb Deep. Well, you are about to experience, through this interview, the one and only ”Magnedo7 also known as “Nedo;” a Grammy Award winning producer. In an interview with “Style & Beats TV for USL Magazine, Magnedo7 was asked about his inspiration and love for music, how he got on Eminem’s album “Recovery” and much, much more.
Michale has produced for Eminem, Royce Da 59, Young Buck, Teriyaki Boyz ft Jay-Z, Jim Jones, Curren$y, Young Hot Rod(G-unit), Camp Lo, Roc Dean, Havoc Mobb Deep, Shameia, The Internationalz,
Tim Simenon's music career began in the mid 1980s, DJing at London's Wag Club. Inspired by his hunger for new music, following early experiments with keyboards and beatboxes and a short stint on a music production college course in North London, Simenon was quick to take up the offer of a two-day recording session. Working alongside Pascal Gabriel, who would later go on to become a major name in programming, the fruit of the pair's labour became Beat Dis, the debut single by Bomb the Bass.
Reputedly costing £500 to make, the track followed the emerging, hip-hop inspired cut-and-paste method of collaging samples together. According to the BBC, which featured Beat Dis on their clip-based TOTP2 show, the track contains an alleged 72 samples, including lifts from old school hip hop, funk (including The Jimmy Castor Bunch), alongside samples from The Good, the Bad and the Ugly and Thunderbirds soundtracks.
(Revelry)Aaron Espe writes songs which explore, among other topics, faith, family and the complexities of pursuing the American Dream. He has been featured on the BBC, MPR’s The Current, and The Editor’s Picks at CD Baby. His songs have been used by MTV, Animal Planet, Volkswagen and Payless Shoes, among other companies. Raised in small-town northern Minnesota, he presently lives with his wife, baby boy and their dog in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Espe wears hats of Damien Rice, John Mayer, and James Taylor without any of the fanfare, arrogance, or preconception. [Songs from a Small Town] is the perfect collection of unknown folk songs. Instantly singable, effortlessly lovable, and incredibly well for the wear.”
Troy Samson is a songwriter producer based in Vancouver, BC. He is published with Nettwerk One Music, is a co founder of Hipjoint Music Group, and the owner of Madlucky Music.
Troy has written and produced for Kelly Rowland, Victoria Duffield, Cody Simpson, Stef Lang, Hedley, Kreesha Turner, Shiloh, Dawn Langstroth, Craig Smart, Mika Nakashima, Delerium, Sarah Connor, Haddaway, The Underdog Project, Moka Only, Snoop Dogg & Pam Grier (in The L Word series), soulDecision, West End Girls, CK One, Nikon, NFL, Hipjoint Music Group, Booya Music, Warner Chappell Music, Dexter Entertainment, and many more.
From 2002 to 2011, Troy was Co Owner and Head of Productions at “Hipjoint Music Group” which he founded with former songwriting and producer partner Mike James. After a very successful nine years, the Vancouver based duo decided to pursue new solo ventures and explore other musical collaborations.
Mike has written and produced singles heard all over the world on radio and in Film, TV, and Advertisements. As well as being a sought after producer Mike is also an in demand top liner for DJ's and producers internationally.
Mike's company Milk Music Co. has a joint venture with Nettwerk One Music where the two entities sign and develop writers/producers/artists together. Creators currently signed to Milk Music Co./Nettwerk One Music include Sherry St. Germain, Stef Lang, Jeff Dawson, and Phil Lehmann.
Milk Music Co.
For many years Ken Harrison approached songwriting as a solitary pursuit, choosing to steadily work alone and viewing songwriting more as compulsion than profession. As the songwriter half of the pop duo Wild Strawberries, he has written numerous songs for his partner Roberta Carter Harrison to sing including top ten hits in their native Canada--Heroine and I Don’t Want To Think About It.
At just 25 years-old Norwegian Ina Wroldsen (P&P Songs) has become one of the hottest songwriters in Europe and North America. Ina started her musical journey writing songs for herself as an artist.
In 2006 after numerous showcases Ina signed a record deal with TVT Records and began finishing her album, but due to unforeseen circumstances TVT folded and Ina was left without a label. She went back to Norway to reflect, rethink and reload for what was in store for her next. In the summer of 2007 Ina started her first co-writes, writing for artists other than herself. It soon became apparent that this was to be her future.
Mark Selby is a native of Oklahoma and Kansas now based in Nashville. He has established himself as a triple-threat talent: a gifted songwriter with serious guitar chops and a voice to match.
Songwriter: Selby has written more than 10 top-40 singles and 4 #1 hits, including the Dixie Chicks' Grammy-winning There's Your Trouble and Kenny Wayne Shepherd's Blue On Black -- Billboard magazine's1999 Rock Track of the Year. Wynona, Trisha Yearwood, Lee Roy Parnell & Keb Mo, JoDee Messina and many others have recorded Selby's songs.
Nicholas Krgovich is a 29 year-old Vancouver-based songwriter and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work with NO KIDS, GIGI, P:ANO and MOUNT EERIE. He has been releasing records under various monikers since P:ANO’s acclaimed chamber pop debut“When It’s Dark And It’s Summer” in 2002, which has led to his work with the girl group inspired GIGI, the icy displacement of the r’n’b informed NO KIDS and most recently to the singular pop dreams released under his full legal name NICHOLAS KRGOVICH. Even though the material is often wildly diverse there is a unmistakable sense of Krgovich’s deep commitment to exploring the endless possibilities of pop, a discerning ear for sonic detail and quite often an ambition that wilfully borders on the absurd.