No stranger to the GRAMMYs, super producer Jerome J-ROC Harmon will return to music’s most coveted award show with two additional nods under his built at the upcoming ceremony. Nominated for Album of the Year for his contributions to the self-titled visual album by pop culture icon and 17-time GRAMMY winner Beyoncé as well as Best R&B Song for the hit radio single “Drunk in Love” from the same project, J-ROC is looking to add two additional statues to his already impressive collection of accolades.
Named by Billboard Magazine as 2013’s Top R&B Song Producer, the quiet boy from a small town in good ole Texas is making big noise in the music world. Known for producing such instant classic radio hits as Jay Z’s “Holy Grail” & “Tom Ford” and Justin Timberlake’s “Suit & Tie” in addition to his frequent collaborations with musical genius Timbaland. In 2014, J-ROC’s phenomenal discography continued to grow when he was invited by legendary industry executive L.A. Reid to re-work and produce six songs on Michael Jackson’s posthumously released album “Xscape.”
J-ROC’s first notable production credit was in 2004, when he earned his first GRAMMY credit with Best Contemporary Gospel Album for co-producing two songs onFred Hammond’s, “Free to Worship.” He later went on to win Best R&B Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for Justin Timberlake’s “Pusher Love Girl” and “Holy Grail” (featuring Jay Z) respectively as well as Best R&B Album for Chris Brown’s “F.A.M.E.” As if that was not impressive enough, J-ROC has also garnered three BMI Awards, one People’s Choice Award, one Dove Award, and one American Music Award during his extraordinary career. Tune-in to CBS to catch the 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards live from Los Angeles at 8PM on Sunday, February 8th to see if J-ROC will collect two more statues for his mantle.
For more information about Jerome J-ROC Harmon, visit http://www.jeromeharmonproductions.com.