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Known for making musical magic for some of the world’s biggest Pop, R&B and Hip-Hop artists, JD has crafted hits for superstars including Janet Jackson,Mariah Carey, TLC, Usher, Bow Wow, Anthony Hamilton, Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Monica and more. In 2004, JD again partnered with R&B superstar Usher for his album, Confessions, to co-write and produce the Grammy award winning
chart-toppers: “Burn,” My Boo," and “Confessions, Part 2.” JD then cameback in 2005, a landmark year for him with the monster success of Mariah Carey’s, Emancipation of Mimi, for which JD produced and co-wrote four hits (“We Belong Together,” “Shake it Off,” “Don’t Forget About Us,” and “Get Your Number”). JD also claimed a Best R&B Song Grammy for “We Belong Together.”
Dupri has garnered countless professional awards from music industry organizations, publications, broadcast media, and various civic groups, including Atlanta Mayor Bill Campbell’s proclamation of Jermaine Dupri Day on October 9, 1999. In 2000, he received the first annual Phoenix Award from the NAACP in addition to many other honors. In 2002, he received the Heroes Awards from the Atlanta Chapter of NARAS, the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences. In 2006, he received ASCAP’s highest honor, their
Golden Note Award, won his sixth R&B Songwriter Of the Year award from the noted songwriters organization, received the prestigious “Music of the Heart” award from the Lili Claire Foundation, is the youngest artist ever to be inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame and was recently honored by
the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) for his humanitarian work.