You may not be aware of Nigerian record producers who have produced songs for international musicians.
The production of any song is a combined effort from two major players, the artiste, and the producer.
However, Mp3bullet brought you the Nigerian record producers who have produced songs for international musicians
Nigeria is another place where producers have different international success stories, they have worked closely with international artists and have also produced incredible jams.
Nigeria has immensely contributed to some iconic world record tunes or projects, from soundtracks, musical albums, jingles, or other musical pieces, here is a list from Mp3bullet
International Songs produced by Nigeria producers
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Drake & Swae Lee – Won’t be Late Prod. Tekno
“Won’t Be Late” is a song by American singer and rapper Swae Lee featuring Canadian rapper Drake, released as a single by EarDrummers Records on August 16, 2019.
It was produced by Tekno with additional production by Mike Will Made-It, and released alongside Swae Lee’s solo track “Sextasy”
Nico & Vinz – No Doubt Prod. Spax
Nico & Vinz are a musical duo that was launched as Envy with its main debut appearance at Emergenza Festival in 2011.
They won first place at the Taubertal Open Air Festival World’s “Emergenza Final” for new emerging artists.
the duo changed their name from Envy to Nico & Vinz, in coordination with their signing to Warner Bros.
Records in the United States to avoid being confused with other artists with a similar name.
With the international success of the single, the duo changed the credits of the single to the newly adopted name.
Bas – Amnesia Co-produced by Kiddominant
French-born, New York-raised, Sudanese rapper Bas comes through with the new music video for “Amnesia,” his addictive single from Spilled Milk Vol. 1.
“Amnesia” sees Bas linking up with fellow Dreamville artist Ari Lennox and Nigeria’s Kiddominant for a head-nodding blend of Afro-house, soca, afrobeat, and sounds from Bahia, Brazil. The uplifting track was produced by DJ Moma and co-produced by Kiddominant
The beautiful, joy-filled music video for “Amnesia” was made by an all-black creative crew, a press statement mention.
It features direction and choreography from Tajana B-Williams and styling from Mazhané Rima- Fleurima and Zarah Elizabeth.
Kanye, JayZ – Lift Off
“Lift Off” is a song by Jay-Z and Kanye West featuring American recording artist Beyoncé.
It was written by Kanye West, Jay-Z, Jeff Bhasker, Mike Dean, Bruno Mars, and Seal, while production was handled by West, Bhasker, Mike Dean, Pharrell, Q-Tip, and Don Jazzy for Jay-Z‘s and West‘s collaboration album, Watch the Throne (2011).
The song was rumored to be released as the lead single from the album containing additional vocals by Bruno Mars.
However, Mars never appeared on the song and it was sent to urban contemporary radio on August 23, 2011
Skip Marley – Faith Prod. Kel P
Jamaican indigenous singer-songwriter popularly known as Skip Marley Introduce brand new song titled Faith.
Justin Bieber – Loved By You Prod. Leriq
Canadian multiple award-winning singers, Justin Bieber has released an impressive single titled “Loved By You”.production by Nigerian very own record producer Leriq
On the massive record, “Loved By You“; Justin Bieber collaborates with Nigeria’s GRAMMY Awards winning Afro-Fusion singer, Burna Boy
Beyonce – Brown Skin Girl Prod. P2J
“Brown Skin Girl” (stylized in uppercase) is a song by American singer Beyoncé, Guyanese rapper Saint John, and Nigerian singer Wizkid, featuring Blue Ivy Carter from the 2019 soundtrack album The Lion King: The Gift.
The song was sent to Top 40/Rhythmic radio on July 23, 2019, as the second single from the album.
The song was released to widespread critical acclaim and received numerous awards, including the Soul Train Music Award for The Ashford & Simpsons Songwriter’s Award and the BET HER Award.
The music video for “Brown Skin Girl” was featured in Beyoncé’s 2020 film Black Is King and was released separately on August 24, 2020.
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Directed by Beyoncé and Jenn Nkiru, the video acts as a celebration and affirmation of the beauty of dark-skinned women.
The video, featuring Beyoncé, Blue Ivy, and Wizkid won Best Music Video at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards.
Beyonce – Key to the Kingdom Prod. NorthBoi
Based on Popular Demand, Off the highly anticipated Beyoncé Album, The Lion King: The Gift.
Here is a single titled “Keys To The Kingdom” featuring Tiwa Savage & Mr Eazi. produced by Nigerian very own record producer Northboi