Rhett Lawrence

Rhett Lawrence
Rhett Lawrence

Rhett Lawrence Biography (Wikipedia)

Rhett Lawrence is an American record producer and songwriter. He has produced, mentored, and helped launch the career of 5 of the top 200 artists of all time who have sold over 350,000,000 records worldwide.

He has worked with 30 of the top 500 artists of all time who have sold over 2.2 billion records worldwide. Many of these artist are also in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

He is originally famous for producing the Grammy Award–winning, Billboard No. 1 single "Vision of Love" for Mariah Carey.

"Vision of Love" was No. 1 simultaneously on 3 Billboard charts: Billboard Hot 100 (for 4 weeks), Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs (for 2 weeks), Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks (for 3 weeks). He produced and co-wrote Kelly Clarkson's first single following her American Idol victory... The pop rock hit, "Miss Independent", was No. 1 for 6 weeks at Top 40 Radio and received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Lawrence's second collaboration with Clarkson led to the creation of a new anthem for Ford Motor Company titled "Go".

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