Count Justice is a Grammy nominated producer, song writer and engineer. As a teenager growing up in Los Angeles, he discovered his love for writing music while playing in his middle school jazz band. After moving to Georgia at the age of 15, his signature sound began to develop along with the rise of the Atlanta music scene. After leaving Morehouse College, he began his career producing and engineering for many Atlanta artists. His song “Hardheaded” featuring Shady Records recording artist Bobby Creekwater was featured in the 2006 film, “ATL.”
Count Justice has continued to produce and engineer for renowned artists including Whitney Houston, Justin Bieber, Tony Braxton, Lil Mama, Raekwon, Nappy Roots and many more. He recently produced Chris Brown’s Grammy nominated hit single “New Flame”, featuring Usher and Rick Ross.
Currently, Count Justice is in the process of developing new projects and artists, with records featuring Sevyn Streeter, Sean Garrett and Avery Wilson on the horizon. He has become well known for his creative use of Native instruments’ Maschine and the Komplete Bundle, which Justice believes sets him apart from other artists. The unique structure of his publishing deal, a joint venture between APG and BMG, exhibits the high levels of faith and commitment that heavy hitters such as Mike Caren and Zach Katz have in him, as it is reportedly the first joint venture between the two companies.
+ Chris Brown “New Flame” ft. Usher and Rick Ross
+ Sevyn Streeter “Should’ve Been There”
+ Pia Mia “Feel”