Maxxamillion, Destined To Join The Top Ranks Of Producers


Brian Turner, Maxxamillion, has always had an interest in music. He began producing in 1994, yet his interest seriously manifested in 2000. He was afforded the opportunity to meet and work with the legendary Teddy Riley at Future Studio in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Maxxamillion toured all around the country with Teddy Riley working on Michael Jackson’s Invincible. Simultaneously, he was working on Blackstreet Level 2 where he received more engineering credit, co-writing for “She’s Hot,” and production credit for ” What’s the Fuss About?”

Maxxamillion was also a member of the group VA Drive who sparked the interest of Howie Abrams (Jive Records) and Richard Blackstone (Zomba Records). During this time, he worked with Pusha-T, Keri Hilson, Missy Elliot, and Outsidaz for Life. He produced “Who’s Ur Daddy” for Sisqo which was featured in the film Cover.

In 2008, Maxxamillion contributed to creating the solo career for B. Michelle. He produced her first two hit singles, “DJ Play My Song” and “Don’t Hurt Me Again.” The songs gained notoriety quickly and earned her Virginia Artist of the Year (2008). Before the untimely passing of Def Jam executive Shakir Stewart, B.Michelle was scheduled to meet with him regarding an artist deal. Ultimately, Maxxamillion wants to join the ranks of the great producers like Quincy Jones, Teddy Riley, and Dr.Dre. He wants to go down in history as one of the greatest.

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