DJ Khalil

DJ Khalil is a 13-time GRAMMY Nominee and 3-time GRAMMY Award-winning Music Producer located in Los Angeles, California. Khalil's career started as one-half of the acclaimed underground hip hop duo Self Scientific along with rapper Chace Infinite. Khalil caught the ear of mega-producer Dr. Dre early on in his career, and Dre signed him as an in-house Producer to Aftermath Records. Khalil developed his production skills under Dre, landing placements with 50 Cent, G-Unit and Jay-Z, and has gone on to produce for the likes of Kanye West, Drake, Logic, Anderson .Paak, Pink, A$AP Rocky, Kendrick Lamar, and many others.  Khalil's first GRAMMY win came on rapper Eminem's 2010 album, Recovery, and he has since been awarded 2 more GRAMMYs out of 13 nominations. Khalil Co-Wrote and Produced Aloe Blacc's Top 5 pop worldwide single "The Man," which sold 4 Million units worldwide, and won a Clio Award for music innovation through its inclusion in the 2013-2014 Beats by Dre campaign. Khalil has gone on to Produce several end titles to major film releases, including "Brick Mansions," "Southpaw," Kevin Hart's "Wedding Ringer" and the Will Smith Netflix movie "Bright."

In addition, Khalil has Produced music for major video games such as Call of Duty and Tom Clancys "Ghost Recon". Khalil Co-Wrote and Produced multiple songs on Anderson .Paak's GRAMMY-nominated album Malibu as well as Co-Wrote and Produced the VMA Award-winning song “Black Spiderman” off Logic's album Everybody. Khalil just topped the Pop charts with songs on Logics #1 album Bobby Tarantino II, Nipsey Hussle's Top 5 album Victory Lap and Eminem's #1 album Revival. Presently, Khalil has been working with Kelly Clarkson, A$AP Rocky, Logic, Anderson .Paak, 6lack and many more.