Tommy Daugherty

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Template:COI Tommy Daugherty is a record producer and composer from Iowa. He worked at Death Row Records as a producer for over 10 years[1] and as the A&R for Def Jam for 5 years. He runs the studio "Hip Hop Heaven" in West Hollywood.

Career

Daugherty has produced beats for Michael Jackson, 2 Pac, Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Korn, and Celine Dion.[2] He worked for Death Row for ten years, and became the A&R for Def Jam shortly afterwards. He has a studio in West Hollywood called Hip Hop Heaven and recently released an album co-produced with Charlie Sheen[3] on Soundcloud. He is working on releasing his book about his time at Death Row.

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Larabee Studios (93) During the making of "Murder Was The Case"

Discography

Label Artist Song Credits
Sony Michael Jackson “Is It Scary Remix" Production/Mixed
Capital Paul McCartney “Off The Ground” Engineering/Programming
Interscope 2Pac “Makaveli" Engineering/Mixing
Warner Prince “Da Bang” Programming
Virgin Ben Harper “Like A King Remix” Engineering/Programming
Capital Earth Wing & Fire “Millennium” Engineering/Mixing
Polygram Bee Gees “Decadance Remix” Engineering/Programming
Death Row Daz Dillinger “Retaliation & Revenge” LP Engineering/Mixing
Virgin Scarface & Kurupt “My Cry Remix” Production/Mixed
Zoo Green Jelly “Three Little Pigs Remix” Engineered/Programming
Atlantic Rob Wasserman “Space Island” Engineering/Programming
Priority Dr. Dre “Fridays Soundtrack” Engineering/Mixing

References