Stevie J may now be known for his antics on Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta, but 40-year-old is a Grammy Award winning record producer and songwriter with a long list of incredible hits. This list features some of the best songs written and/or produced by the Bad Boy legend.
Stevie J wrote and produced Mariah Carey's number one smash hit "Honey". The track appeared on her 1997 album Butterfly, and was Carey's 12th Number One at the time.
Stevie J produced Puff Daddy's I'll Be Missing You, which served as a tribute to the late rapper The Notorious B.I.G.
The Notorious B.I.G.'s number one song "Mo Money, Mo Problems" was written and produced by Stevie J. The song was knocked out of number one in the country by another Stevie J produced song, Mariah Carey's Honey.
Stevie J wrote and produced 112's debut single Only You. The song appeared on the group's self-titled debut album.
Stevie J wrote and produced Kelly Price's Grammy nominated hit song Friend of Mine. The track spent five weeks at number one on the U.S. R&B Chart.
Breakdown was produced and written by Stevie J and was featured on on Mariah Carey's number one album "Butterfly."
Stevie J produced Mariah Carey's "I Still Believe", which was originally performed by Brenda K. Starr.
Stevie J helped write Eve's 2001 hit song "Let Me Blow Ya Mind," which was produced by Dr. Dre and featured Gwen Stefani. The song won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.
Stevie J wrote former Blackstreet singer Dave Hollister's hit song "My Favorite Girl", for Hollister's debut solo album "Ghetto Hymns." The song reached number 39 in the country.
Stevie J wrote and produced Notorious B.I.G.'s standout track Notorious Thugs, which featured Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.