Orlando Tucker, better known by his stage name Jahlil Beats, is an American hip hop record producer and songwriter. He is currently signed to Jay Z's Roc Nation. He has produced for artists such as Jay-Z, Diddy, Lil Wayne, Fabolous, Meek Mill, Chris Brown, Tyga, Rick Ross, Ace Hood, Bobby Shmurda, T.I., Don Trip, and 50 Cent among others. He is best known for producing Meek Mill's "Ima Boss" and "Burn", and Lloyd Banks' "Jackpot", which was more famously used by Bobby Shmurda as the beat for Bobby's hit single "Hot Nigga".
|Birth name:||Orlando Tucker|
|Born:||Feb 8, 1988, Chester, Pennsylvania, U.S.|
|Occupation(s):||Record producer, songwriter|
|Instruments:||Synthesizer, 808 drums, FL Studio|
|Labels:||Dreamchasers, Roc Nation|
|Associated acts:||Bobby Shmurda, Jay Z, Meek Mill, Fabolous, Chris Brown|
About Jahlil Beats
Well-known music producer named Orlando Tucker who has worked with a number of popular artists like Chris Brown, Rick Ross, and Jay Z. Some of his most notable tracks include "Ima Boss," "Burn," and "Amen."
He first began taking music seriously in 2008 when he moved back to Pennsylvania and began collaborating with Meek Mill.
He has released a number of EPs and mixtapes including Legends Music, Legends Era, and Crack Music 6.
His younger brother Anthony Tucker is a music producer known as The Beat Bully.
Outside of his traditional rap and R&B work, he produced Leona Lewis's single "Trouble" which topped out at number seven on the Canadian charts.
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- Roc Nation artists
- Rappers from Philadelphia
- East Coast hip hop musicians
- African-American record producers