Friday, September 21, 2007

Video: NLT "She Said I Said" & Track Credits



Boogie posted an article questioning Royal Court's involvement with NLT's "She Said, I Said" last July. Here are the song's credits, according to Artist Direct:

Chris Stokes | Executive Producer
Chris "TEK" ORyan | Mixing
King Logan | Producer
Ron Fair | Executive Producer
Marques Houston | Vocal Producer
Jimmy Iovine | Executive Producer

14 comments :

  1. VERY interesting. So if this is true, it's Royal Court's first solo production.

    Plus is Royal Court just King Logan? I always thought there was a dude named Sir John in the crew as well.

    Hmmmm another mystery to solve :) Good look Nick!

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  2. bout time this dude got his name on a track lol still wack though

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  3. its wack chris stokes has some nerve making a white b2k.....king is coming up but he gotta get his own sound is that him in the background like tim would be cause if it is thats really corny

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  4. yeah i thought royal court was 3 people King, Gil, and John Spivery????

    please help me??

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  5. I love this song, regardless of who produced it. Interesting that Marques Houston did the vocal production; he did a good job w/ it.

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  6. hey i gotta prediction for this group....they will have 1 ok song and a bunch of fillers on the cd and the lead singer will go solo after there x-mas cd lol then suck even more and dance all around in the rain about his heart being broke...and then make a collabo cd with soulja boy


    ^^^^ LMAO!!!

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  7. I really think this group has potential. They did a really great job with the vocals (especially with the other Tim/King produced songs). You have to be honest, these guys are 17 / 18 and white!! If they split some day we have 2 more JustinTimerlakes ;D

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  8. is NLT's CD ever coming out? and, why did their site lie about the song being produced by Timbaland if it wasn't?

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  9. this song is pretty dry but the girls are going to eat this up... just like fabolous's make me better joint smh lol

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  10. It's probably produced by King Logan for Timbaland Productions...so in theory, Timbaland really did produce the track. He just didn't make the beat.

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  11. its produced by timbaland and royal court. i dont think timbo or royal were there during the recording thats why marques houston produced the vocals and he wrote it

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  12. hey just cause king uses a timbaland drum kit doesnt mean its produced by timbo or he was involved...this is garbage...i love how cats try too make this song hot... keep dreamin... these dudes will be gone in 6 months....did they see what happened to all these boy groups...they break up and become broke...and addicted too something..chirs stokes is the new lou pearlman...i respect his hustle but too late for a caucaisan version of b2k...damn so i guess there next single is gonna be them dancin all around with matchin glitter outfits with name tags

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  13. John Spivery also has a composer credit on the song. So its a full blown Royal Court Production.
    -bigmac

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