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  • Place of birth : Miami
  • Date of birth : 01/12/1977

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  • B. Cox
  • Cox Bryan-Michael

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Bryan-Michael Cox (1977)

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Bryan-Michael Cox is a GRAMMY award winning American songwriter and record producer.

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Bryan-Michael Cox was born in Miami and grew up in Houston, where he attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. While in the eleventh grade he met and was mentored by Greg Curtis (who produced and co-wrote Keyshia Cole's 2006 hit, "Love"). Under Curtis, Cox learned the basic foundation of creating songs, including production, using audio equipment, recording, as well as structuring and writing songs. During his senior year, he was joined at the school by singer Beyoncé Knowles and her former Destiny's Child group member LeToya Luckett. He was part of a recording session, which consisted of three demo songs, for the group then known only as "Destiny".

In 1997, he moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University , where he majored in music. He obtained an unpaid internship with the Noontime production company. He worked with Jagged Edge, which resulted in him meeting Jermaine Dupri, which lead to Cox producing and writing for Usher Raymond, Mariah Carey, Nivea, Monica, Da Brat and Lil' Bow Wow. Cox has co-written and co-produced hits such as Carey's "Don't Forget About Us", Usher's "Burn" and U Got It Bad's "Confessions, Pt. 2". He has won two Grammy awards his for work on albums by Carey and Usher. Mary J. Blige's "Be Without You" marked his first Hot 100 Top 5 hit without Dupri.

Cox founded the Blackbaby, Inc. production company in 1998. He signed R&B newcomers Bertell and Dirty Rose. He is recording his own solo project titled "The Love: Exposed". Cox appeared on MTV's Making The Band television series and helped form the R&B Quintet Day 26. He also appeared in and co-produced Monica: The Single, a pilot reality TV show for Monica that appeared on the local Atlanta station Peachtree TV. The show was picked up by BET and the title was changed to Monica: Still Standing. He is developing his own show called The Studio Exposed with executive producer James Dubose & creator/producer Breht Gardner. He featured on Jermaine Dupri's online series "Living The Life" and is part of the group Ocean's 7, which includes Trey Songz, Usher Raymond, Johnta Austin, Nelly, Tyrone Davis, and JD.

Cox founded December First Publishing Group which is a joint venture with Warner/Chappell Music. His publishing company publishes songwriter Kendrick "Wyldcard" Dean and new comers Aion David Clarke, Kage Holmes, The Kid, Torica Cornelius, and Fatin Horton. Cox currently searches for new talent using the website .

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