J-Flexx spent several years as a writer for Dr. Dre during his tenure at Death Row Records. The first song he wrote in that collaboration. "Natural Born Killaz", became a Top 40 hit for Dre and Ice Cube in 1994. J-Flexx's success continued when he wrote Dre's part in "California Love", a duet with Tupac Shakur.
J-Flexx wrote "Keep Their Heads Ringin", the first single from Ice Cube's soundtrack "Friday" (which ultimately sold over 2 million units). He followed that success with "Been There, Done That", the only single released from "Dr Dre presents the Aftermath".
J-Flexx has also been involved with Shaquille O'Neal's non-for-profit outreach organization for several years, hosting songwriting workshops and performing at Shaqtacular, a mega entertainment fundraising extravaganza that supported community oriented programs to serve youth.
J-Flexx was recently "signed" by Long Live Crime Records - his record "Billboard Dreams" is for sale on iTunes. See also:
On December 5, 2007, it was announced that For The People Entertainment would be releasing "Stayin' Alive," a collection of many unreleased J-Flexx songs from his tenure at the infamous Death Row Records. This album features guest spots from Danny Boy, Sam Sneed, and Barney Ruble.
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J-Flexx continues to be extremely active in the Hollywood music scene, with appearances at various music festivals, writing and performing for educational events, collaborations with numerous other artists and writing music for film/TV and commercials.