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Andre Harris

Dre & Vidal
Origin Philadelphia, USA
Genres R&B, Hip-hop, soul, Gospel
Occupations Songwriter, producer
Years active 2000–present
Associated acts Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild, Usher, Mary J. Blige, DJ Jazzy Jeff

Dre & Vidal is a Multi-Grammy Award Winning songwriting and production duo consisting of Andre Harris and Vidal Davis, who are best known as the main producers for Jill Scott and Glenn Lewis. Alumni of DJ Jazzy Jeff's A Touch of Jazz production team, Dre & Vidal were also instrumental in the production of Musiq Soulchild's first album.

Since 2004 they have produced several successful hits, including Ciara's "Oh", Usher's "Caught Up" and Chris Brown's "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)". The duo have also worked with Beanie Sigel, 3LW, and Bobby Valentino.

Recent recordings

Singles

Year Single Chart positions Album
US Hot 100 US
R&B
US
Pop
UK
2001 "Don't You Forget It" (Glenn Lewis) 30 10 World Outside My Window
Butterflies (Michael Jackson) 14 2 Invincible
2002 "It's Not Fair" (Glenn Lewis) 90 World Outside My Window
2004 "Caught Up" (Usher) 8 13 2 9 Confessions
2005 "Oh" (Ciara featuring Ludacris) 2 2 6 4 Goodies
2006 "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" (Chris Brown) 7 2 2 13 Chris Brown
"Poppin'" (Chris Brown) 42 5
2009 "Shone" (Flo Rida) 57 81 R.O.O.T.S.
2010 "Swagger Right" (RichGirl featuring Rick Ross & Fabolous) 72

External links

  • AllMusic
  • AllMusic
  • (French) consacré à Dre & Vidal
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