Albums produced by Jermaine Dupri

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  1. 20 Y.O.

    20 Y.O. (2006)


    20 Y.O. is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Janet Jackson. It was released on September 20, 2006 by Virgin Records. Its title references her third studio album, Control (1986), which commemorated its twentieth release anniversary in 2006. The release would represent Control's "celebration of the joyful liberation and history-making musical style". For the project, Jackson enlisted a variation of producers to work with her, including LRoc, Manuel Seal, The Avila Brothers and No I.D., in addition to her longtime partners Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis and then-boyfriend Jermaine Dupri. Its musical style globalizes R&B and dance music.

  2. 2000 Watts

    2000 Watts (2001)


    2000 Watts is the second album by singer Tyrese. The album features the singles: "I Like Them Girls", "What Am I Gonna Do" and "Just a Baby Boy", which was also featured on the soundtrack to the 2001 film, Baby Boy.

  3. 21...Ways To Grow

    21...Ways To Grow (1994)


    21... Ways to Grow is the third studio album by American R&B singer Shanice, released in the United States on June 21, 1994 by Motown Records. It was released when she was 21 years old. The album was not as successful as 1991's Inner Child, eventually peaking at #46 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums and at #184 on the Billboard 200. It includes the minor hit singles "Somewhere" (#28 R&B) and "Turn Down the Lights" (#21 R&B). The album did not produce any major hits, however the single "Turn Down the Lights" received heavy rotation on U.S. radio and music video channels.

  4. 8701

    8701 (2001)


    8701 is the third studio album by American R&B recording artist Usher, first released on July 1, 2001, by Arista Records. Recording was handled by several producers including The Neptunes, Jermaine Dupri, Babyface, Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs, Mike City, P. Diddy, Bryan Michael Cox, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. Originally intended for an October 31, 2000 release under the title All About U, the album was delayed numerous times, following the leak of several tracks onto the online music store Napster. Usher subsequently recorded new tracks and released the album under the new title, 8701, which is derived from Usher singing for the first time in his local church in 1987 and the album's release date of 2001.

  5. A Jagged Era

    A Jagged Era (1998)


    A Jagged Era is the debut album by American R&B group Jagged Edge, which released was released on October 21, 1997 (see 1997 in music). The album peaked at a disappointing #104 on the Billboard 200, while it peaked at #19 on Billboard's Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #1 on Billboard's Heatseekers Chart.

  6. After the Storm

    After the Storm (2003)


    After the Storm is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Monica, first released on June 17, 2003 through J Records. Recording was handled by several producers including Jermaine Dupri, Missy Elliott, Rodney Jerkins, Jazze Pha, Soulshock & Karlin, BAM & Ryan, Bryan Michael Cox, and Kanye West. Originally intended for an 2002 release under the title All Eyez on Me, the album was delayed numerous times, following the leak to Internet file-sharing services and heavy bootlegging after its Japan-wide release. Monica subsequently recorded new tracks and released the album under the new title, After the Storm.

  7. All Eyez on Me

    All Eyez on Me (1905)


    All Eyez on Me is the third studio album by American recording artist Monica. Named after its same-titled lead single, it marked the singer's first record under Clive Davis' J Records roster and was first released on October 21, 2002 in Japan. The tracks on the album are a mixture of uptempos and ballads, which are basically inspired by contemporary R&B and soul genres; it also features elements of hip hop, dance pop and gospel music, crafted by musicians suchs as Dallas Austin, Bryan Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, and Soulshock & Karlin.

  8. Ambushed

    Ambushed (1994)


    Ambushed, is the first album from hip hop group Da Bush Babees, with members Mr. Man, Babe-B-Face Kaos and Y-Tee. The group is famous for its affiliation with the Native Tongues. it was released on June 7, 1994 by Reprise. The album featured guest production from A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Salaam Remi, and a young Jermaine Dupri. The album's singles, "We Run Things (It's Like Dat)" and "Remember We," received moderate airplay.

  9. American Gangster

    American Gangster (2007)


    American Gangster is the tenth studio album by American rapper Jay-Z, released November 6, 2007 on Roc-A-Fella Records. It is his first concept album, which was inspired by the film of the same name. The album features production from Diddy & The Hitmen, Just Blaze, and The Neptunes, among others. Guest appearances include Beanie Sigel, Lil Wayne, Pharrell, and Nas. Jay-Z released an a cappella version of the album on the date of his 38th birthday, December 4, 2007.

  10. Anuthatantrum

    Anuthatantrum (1996)


    Anuthatantrum is a rap album by Da Brat. It was released in 1996 and went Gold in 1997. A debut single culled from the album was "Ghetto Love", which featured TLC member Tionne Watkins and peaked at #16 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  11. B2K

    B2K (2002)


    B2K is the eponymous debut album from B2K. It was released on March 12, 2002. The album debuted #2 at on the Billboard 200 and #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Albums Chart selling 109,000 copies in the first week.

  12. Baby Makin Music

    Baby Makin Music (2006)


    Baby Makin' Music is the 30th album released by The Isley Brothers on the Def Soul Classics imprint on May 9, 2006. Their first for the Def Jam-affiliated label, the album peaked at No. 5 on the album charts based on the R&B chart success of the first single, "Just Came Here to Chill", and the R. Kelly duet, "Blast Off", which is the only collaboration with Kelly on the album, after single-handedly producing their last album, Body Kiss. Other producers included Gordon Chambers, Jermaine Dupri, Tim & Bob and Manuel Seal. Except for two songs ("Forever Mackin'" and the suggestive "Give It to You"), much of this album is dedicated in love to Ronald Isley's new wife, Kandy Johnson, of his background singing group, JS (Johnson Sisters). He even steadfastly claims in "Just Came Here to Chill" that he's not into playing the Mr. Biggs part and he's "just Ronald Isley" while the couple decided to spend time together at home. The album closer, "You Help Me Write This Song", which was co-written by Isley, was played at his and Johnson's September 2005 wedding.

  13. Baby Makin' Project

    Baby Makin' Project (2007)


    Baby Makin' Project is the sixth studio album by American R&B group Jagged Edge. It was released through So So Def/Island Records in the U.S. on September 25, 2007. Producers include Jermaine Dupri, Manuel Seal, Selasi a.k.a. "The African Kid" and Sick Cents.

  14. Back For The First Time

    Back For The First Time (2000)


    Back for the First Time is the second studio album by American hip hop recording artist Ludacris. The album, which serves as his major label debut, was released on October 17, 2000, under Disturbing tha Peace and Def Jam.

  15. Bad As I Wanna B

    Bad As I Wanna B (1996)


    Bad as I Wanna B is the fifth album released by MC Lyte. It was released on August 27, 1996 for EastWest Records and was produced by Jermaine Dupri, Rashad Smith, Carl-So-Lowe, R. Kelly, Goldenboy, MC Lyte and Nat Robinson. Bad as I Wanna B did fairly well, peaking at #59 on the Billboard 200 and #11 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album also featured two charting singles, "Keep On, Keepin' On", which reached #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #27 on the UK Singles Chart, and "Cold Rock a Party" which reached #11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #15 on the UK Singles Chart. Both singles were certified Gold by the RIAA. "Cold Rock A Party" is featured in Dance Dance Revolution Extreme as "Highs Off U" and is covered by 4 Reeel, MC Lyte received no credit in the game as a songwriter or the original artist of the sample.

  16. Birdman



    Birdman is the debut album by American rapper Birdman, released on November 26, 2002, at the time known as Baby. The album was certified gold by the RIAA in January 2003, and has sold over 500,000 copies in the United States.

  17. Brass Knuckles

    Brass Knuckles (2008)


    Brass Knuckles is the fifth studio album by American recording artist Nelly, released on September 16, 2008. The album cover was voted the 'Sexiest Album Cover Women Play Themselves To' in the Playboy Bunnies Convention in 2009. In 2008 Nelly embarked on The Brass Knuckles Tour in support of the album.

  18. Brutha

    Brutha (2008)


    Brutha is the self-titled debut album of Brutha released on December 21, 2008 by Def Jam Recordings. The first single from the album is "I Can't Hear The Music" featuring rapper Fabolous.

  19. Chain Letter

    Chain Letter (2005)


    Chain Letter is the debut album by Brooke Valentine, released on March 15, 2005 (see 2005 in music). The album contains the lead single "Girlfight", that features Big Boi from the band Outkast, and Lil Jon. "Girlfight" peaked at #23 in the Billboard Hot 100 and is a song about tension between two girls which ends up in a catfight. The second released from the album was "Long As You Come Home", peaking at #71 in the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. The third single was "Cover Girl".

  20. Chapter 3: The Flesh

    Chapter 3: The Flesh


    Chapter 3: The Flesh is the third studio album by American R&B-soul singer Syleena Johnson, released in the United States on September 13, 2005 by Jive Records. It spawned the singles "Hypnotic", which reached number eighty-one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and "Another Relationship".

  21. Charmbracelet

    Charmbracelet (2002)


    Charmbracelet is the ninth studio album by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, released on December 3, 2002 through Island Records and MonarC Entertainment. The album was her first release since her breakdown following the release of her film Glitter (2001) and its accompanying soundtrack album, both of which were critical and commercial failures. Critics described Charmbracelet as one of her most personal records, following 1997's Butterfly, Throughout the project, Carey collaborated with several songwriters and producers, including Jermaine Dupri, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, 7 Aurelius and Dre & Vidal.

  22. Christina Milian

    Christina Milian (2007)


    Christina Milian is the self-titled debut album of American singer Christina Milian released by Def Soul on October 9, 2001. Its domestic release was postponed because of the September 11 attacks, which occurred just two weeks before its release date. Her label opted to release it later that year, but due to changing music trends, Milian decided not to release her previous album domestically.

  23. Comin' From Where I'm From

    Comin' From Where I'm From (2003)


    Comin' from Where I'm From is the second studio album by American R&B and soul singer-songwriter Anthony Hamilton, released July 15, 2003 on Arista Records in the United States. It debuted and peaked at number thirty-three on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart in October 2003 with first-week sales of 33,000 copies, spending seventy-six weeks on the chart. The run was longer on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, where it debuted at number seven (reaching its peak position of number six the following week) and stayed for one hundred weeks.

  24. Coming Home

    Coming Home (2006)


    Coming Home is the eighth studio album by Lionel Richie, released on September 12, 2006 by Island Records. It debuted at number six on the Billboard 200, becoming his biggest hit album since 1986's Dancing on the Ceiling. As of May 2012, the album has sold 449,000 copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

  25. Complicated

    Complicated (2005)


    Complicated is the second album by American singer Nivea, released in the United States on May 3, 2005 (see 2005 in music) on Jive Records. It was primarily produced by her then-husband The-Dream, with additional production from Lil Jon, R. Kelly, Bryan Michael Cox and Jermaine Dupri. The album peaked at #37 on the U.S. Billboard 200 album charts. Complicated was critically acclaimed, but failed to receive major commercial success, eventually becoming Nivea's lowest selling album to date with 84,000 copies sold in the U.S.

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