Gerry Brown
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"Gerry “The Gov.” Brown" is an Grammy Award winning recording engineer and producer based in Los Angeles credited on over 47 Platinum and Gold Records. He has received over 15 Grammy bids, including five nominations for Alicia Keys’ “Songs In A Minor,” a Song of the Year Award for Erykah Badu’s “Love of My Life,” two nominations for

Vanessa L. Williams/Vanessa Williams’ “Comfort Zone” and “Sweetest Days,” and three nominations for Raphael Saadiq’s “Instant Vintage”. Gerry also won a Billboard Award for producing “Love Is” by Vanessa Williams and Brian McKnight. His album credits include artists Whitney Houston, Earth Wind & Fire, Madonna, Sting, Prince, Madame X, Bernadette Cooper "Drama According To Bernadette Cooper", Stanley Clarke, Leon Ware, The Bee Gees, Brandy Norwood/Brandy, Joss Stone, TLC (band)/TLC, Brian McKnight, Phil Collins, Kelis, George Clinton (funk musician)/George Clinton, Nappy Roots, Anastacia, Jill Scott, Buddy Guy, Jaguar Wright, Warren G, Common (rapper)/Common, The Bangles, Marcus Miller, Wayne Shorter, Roy Ayers, Craig S. Harris (trombonist)/Craig Harris, The Gap Band, Usher (entertainer)/Usher, Monica (singer)/Monica, Jonathan Butler, Mariah Carey, Victor Wooten, Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds/Babyface, Andra Day, Natasha Agrama, And Eddie Murphy.

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