Nasheim Myrick

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Nasheim Myrick
Birth nameNashiem Myrick
Also known asNaseim Sa-Allah Myrick
OriginQueens, NY
GenresHip hop, R&B
Occupation(s)Record producer
Years active1991-present
LabelsBad Boy Entertainment
Associated actsMary J. Blige, Sean Combs, Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie, Mariah Carey, The Notorious B.I.G., Capone-N-Noreaga, Nas

Nasheim Myrick[1] is a hip hop and R&B record producer.[2] Myrick was a member of Bad Boy Entertainment's "Hitmen" team of in-house producers from the 1990s to the 2010s, and worked with Bad Boy mogul Sean Combs on material for artists such as The Notorious B.I.G. and Faith Evans.[3][4][5]

Myrick's career began in the late 80s in a rap group called Sticks and Stones[6]. Together with partner Harvey Pierre, they made connections with the management of Group Home, which led them to connections with Gang Starr and Clark Kent. At the time Pierre also attended Howard University along with Sean Combs and future Hitmen leader Deric "D-Dot" Angelettie. After parlaying their connections into an internship at Bad Boy Records, Myrick began creating beats for Uptown Records and Bad Boy Artists. His sample-based style, influenced by DJ Premier, Pete Rock, Prince Paul, and Large Professor[6] can be heard on productions like Mary J. Blige's My Life and Share My World, The Notorious B.I.G.'s Ready to Die and Life After Death and Puff Daddy's No Way Out. Thompson has also produced for Nas ("Small World"), Mariah Carey ("Fantasy"), Scarface ("On My Block"), and Lil' Kim ("Queen Bitch)".

Selected Production Credits[edit]

  • 1994: Mary J Blige: "You Bring Me Joy" from My Life
  • 1994: The Notorious B.I.G.: "Big Poppa" from Ready To Die
  • 1994: Mariah Carey: "Fantasy" from Daydream
  • 1994: The Notorious B.I.G.: "Who Shot Ya?"
  • 1996: 112: "Only You (Bad Boy Remix)" from 112
  • 1996: Lil' Kim: "Queen Bitch" from Hardcore
  • 1996: Puff Daddy: "Can't Nobody Hold Me Down" from No Way Out
  • 1997: Capone-N-Noreaga "T.O.N.Y." from The War Report
  • 1997: Mase: "What You Want" from Harlem World
  • 1997: Mase: "24 Hrs. to Live" from Harlem World
  • 1997: The Notorious B.I.G.: "What's Beef" from Life After Death
  • 1998: The Lox: " Money, Power & Respect" from Money, Power & Respect
  • 2002: Scarface: "On My Block" from *The Fix
  • 2013: Jay-Z: "Jay-Z Blue" from Magna Carta Holy Grail
  • 2014: Vince Staples: "Limos" from Hell Can Wait
  • 2015: Pusha T: "Keep Dealing" from King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: The Prelude
  • 2017: Faith Evans: "Somebody Knows" from The King & I


  1. "Nashiem Myrick". Discogs.
  2. "Interview: Chucky Thompson Takes Us Back to His Days With Diddy's "Hitmen" and Producing Mary J. Blige's Classic "My Life" Album (Part 1)". You Know I Got Soul. Retrieved 2015-05-20.
  3. "If Ya Don't Know, Now Ya Know: Notorious B.I.G.'s Final Album 'Life After Death' Defined An Era". Vibe. 23 March 2017. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
  4. "Deric 'D-Dot' Angelettie Describes How The Hitmen Defined The Illustrious Bad Boy Era". Still Crew. Retrieved 2017-03-23.
  5. Centeno, Tony. "#DoYouRemember The Original Hitmen Of Bad Boy Records". Watchloud. Archived from the original on 2015-07-29. Retrieved 2015-05-20. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  6. 6.0 6.1 "Interview with Nashiem Myrick". Intrigued Music Blog. March 2013. Retrieved 2017-03-23.

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