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Fred Jerkins III

Fred Jerkins III, also known as "Uncle Freddie",[1] is an American songwriter and record producer who is best known for his work with his brother Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins. Jerkins has co-written several hit songs with Rodney Jerkins and LaShawn Daniels, among them "The Boy Is Mine" by Brandy and Monica, "Say My Name"[2] and "Lose My Breath" by Destiny's Child, "It's Not Right but It's Okay" by Whitney Houston and multiple tracks from Michael Jackson's album Invincible. He has also produced a number of songs under the Darkchild imprint for artists such as Brandy, Shola Ama, Men Of Vizion, Keith Washington, & JoJo.

On his own, Jerkins is a noted producer of gospel music. He and his family have been residents of Galloway Township, New Jersey.[3]


Jerkins has written or produced for Brandy, Michael Jackson, Beyoncé, Toni Braxton, Jessica Simpson, Jennifer Lopez, Aaliyah, Mary Mary, Destiny's Child, Spice Girls, Mel B, Shola Ama, TLC, Will Smith, Janet Jackson, Whitney Houston, Mary J. Blige, Men of Vizion, Keith Washington, Lionel Richie, Kirk Franklin, Kierra Sheard, Virtue, Trin-i-tee 5:7 and Deitrick Haddon.[4][5][6]



  1. ^ Patrick, Kris [1] DarkChild Gospel Signs TaMyya J. "", April 28, 2011. Accessed 2012-8-28
  2. ^ Bronson, Fred (1 October 2003). The Billboard book of number 1 hits. Billboard Books. p. 894.  
  3. ^ Jackson, Vincent. "JERKINS' ADVENTURES WITH JACKSON / PRODUCER'S WORK ON 'INVINCIBLE' SPANNED AN INCREDIBLE 2 1/2 YEARS", The Press of Atlantic City, 4 November 2001. Accessed 26 July 2011. "Fred Jerkins III, who is married and has children, resides in Galloway Township. He said he will record his Darkchild Gospel acts in the studio here."
  4. ^ n.p.Artist Direct "Fred "Uncle Freddie" Jerkins III", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-30.
  5. ^ n.p. Music, "Songs Written by Fred Jerkins III.", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-30.
  6. ^ n.p. Discogs, "Fred Jerkins III Discography.", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-30.
  7. ^ n.p., "Past Winners", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-28."
  8. ^ n.p. Dove Awards, "Winners of the 43rd Annual GMA Dove Awards", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-28."
  9. ^ n.p. "38th Annual GMA Dove Award Recipients." n.d. Accessed 2012-8-28.
  10. ^ n.p., "Dove Awards History Year: 2005.", n.d. Accessed 2012-8-28
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