Jazze Pha

Phalon Alexander, professionally known as Jazze Pha, is an American record producer, songwriter and rapper from Atlanta, Georgia.

Jazze Pha was born and raised in Memphis, Tennessee. His father is James Alexander, bassist for the Bar-Kays, an influential group on the Memphis soul scene in the 1960s. His mother is a singer named Denise Williams.  Pha was named after the late Phalon Jones, another member of the Bar-Kays, who, along with three other Bar-Kays members, was killed in a 1967 plane crash.

Jazze Pha has had a powerful impact on the careers of many of today’s hottest artists.

Jazze Pha’s connections and relationships helped launch Rhianna’s career by sending her a hit song, Umbrella, written by The-Dream.  This song also helped to launch The-Dream’s career as a successful music producer and songwriter.

After discovering Young Jeezy he linked him with Block Entertainment for a single deal that launched the careers of Boys N Da Hood.  Later the label found Young Joc and signed a multi-million dollar deal with Bad Boy Entertainment.

Jazze also produced on T.I’s first album I’m Serious when no one believed in him as an artist.  T.I has grown into an entrepreneur, actor, record label owner, and multimillionaire.

Long before Phalon “Jazze Pha” Alexander was producing hit records and contributing to multi-platinum albums, he was spending time around legendary musicians. His musical roots date back to the 1960s. Jazze Pha’s father is James Alexander, one of the founding members of the legendary funk and soul group, The Bar-Kays. And his mother is respected singer Denise Williams (not to be confused with Grammy Award-winning singer, Deniece “Niecy” Williams).

Born in Memphis, Jazze Pha moved to California during his adolescent years to stay with his mom. He later returned to the Bluff City during his teen years and got a chance to tour the world with his father and The Bar-Kays.

The prosperity that his parents enjoyed would trickle down to him. He signed a record deal with Elektra Records and released his debut album, Rising to the Top, in 1990. Shortly after, he would transition into producing. This would prove to be a wise decision. Among the hit list of artists he’s crafted tracks for include T.I., Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, Usher, as well as Young Jeezy, and Ciara — who were both signed to his label, Sho’nuff Records, during their breaking points.

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“Sho Nuff” (Tela featuring Eightball & MJG)


“Tired of Ballin'” (Tela)


“That Drama (Baby Mama)” (Jim Crow)

“Better Than Me” (Terry Dexter)


“Area Codes” (Ludacris featuring Nate Dogg)


“Sick of Being Lonely” Field Mob


“Let’s Get Down” (Bow Wow featuring Birdman)

“Let’s Get Away” (T.I. featuring Jazze Pha)

“Luv Me Baby” (Murphy Lee featuring Sleepy Brown & Jazze Pha)


“1,2 Step” (Ciara featuring Missy Elliott)

“Na-NaNa-Na” (Nelly featuring Jazze Pha)

“Earthquake” (Lil Wayne featuring Jazze Pha)

“I Wanna Thank Ya” (Angie Stone featuring Snoop Dogg)


“Boogie Oogie Oogie” (Keyshia Cole Sonji Mickey)

“Incredible Feelin'” (Slim Thug featuring Jazze Pha)

“So What” (Field Mob featuring Ciara)

“Touching” (David Banner featuring Jazze Pha, Sonji Mickey)

“Errtime” (Nelly featuring King Jacob & Jung Tru)

“Nasty Girl” (Notorious B.I.G. featuring P Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge, Avery Storm, Jazze Pha & Fat Joe


“I Know You Want Me” (Young Buck featuring Jazze Pha)

“Get Up” (Ciara featuring Chamillionaire)

“Unappreciated” (Cherish)


“5000 Ones” (DJ Drama featuring Nelly, T.I., Yung Joc, Willie the Kid, Young Jeezy & Twista)

“I Know You Want Me” Young Buck featuring Jazze Pha


“So Sharp” (Mack 10 featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, & Jazze Pha)


“Phone #” (Bobby V featuring Plies)


“Simon Sez” (Clyde McKnight featuring Fatman Scoop)


Erick Sermon – Double or Nothing

“Man Above” (featuring Jazze Pha)


Alfonzo Hunter – Blacka Da Berry

“Groove On” (produced by Erick Sermon, co-produced by Jazze Pha)

Tela – Piece of Mind

“Tired of Ballin'”

“Sho Nuff”

“Interlude – All About the Money” (produced with Slicse Tee & Insane Wayne)


LSG – Levert.Sweat.Gill

“Let A Playa Get His Freak On” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz – Get Crunk, Who U Wit: Da Album

“Shawty Freak a Lil’ Sumtin'” (featuring Jazze Pha)


TQ – They Never Saw Me Coming

“If the World was Mine”

“The Comeback” (featuring Daz Dillinger and Kurupt)

Ras Kass – Rasassination

“It is What It Is” (guest appearance)


Jim Crow – Crow’s Nest

“Hurry Too Much”

“One of These Days”

“That Drama” (Baby Mama)

Dave Hollister – Ghetto Hymns

“Came in the Door Pimpin'”

“Round and Round” (co-produced by Teddy Bishop)

Men of Vizion – MOV

“I Think About It” (produced with Kenneth “K-Fam” Fambro)

Too Short – Can’t Stay Away

“Good Life” (Guest Appearance)

Slick Rick – The Art of Storytelling

“Street Talkin'” (featuring Outkast)

Terry Dexter – Terry Dexter

“Better Than Me”

Ideal – Ideal


“Sexy Dancer”



Toni Braxton – The Heat

“Gimme Some” (featuring Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes) (produced with Babyface)

8Ball & MJG – Space Age 4 Eva


“Pimp Hard”

Tela – The World Ain’t Enuff

“Sho’nuff” (featuring 8Ball & MJG)

E-40 – Loyalty and Betrayal

“Ya Blind” (featuring Jazze Pha & Eightball)


Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz – Put Yo Hood Up

“I Like Dem Girlz” (featuring Jazze Pha)

T.I. – I’m Serious

“Chooz U” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Ludacris – Word Of Mouf

“Area Codes” (featuring Nate Dogg)

“Keep It on the Hush” (featuring Jazze Pha)

MC Breed – The Fharmacist

“Let’s Go to the Club” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Lisa Lopes – Supernova

“Jenny” (featuring Jazze Pha)


Yasmeen Sulieman – When Will It Be Me

“Blue Jeans”

Tela – Double Dose

“25 Hoes” (featuring 8Ball & MJG and Jazze Pha)

2Pac – Better Dayz

CD1 04. “Changed Man” (featuring Jazze Pha)

CD1 10. “Fair Exchange” (featuring Jazze Pha)

CD2 05. “U Can Call” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Aaliyah – I Care 4 U

“Don’t Worry” (Previously Unreleased)

“Come Over”

Nappy Roots – Watermelon, Chicken & Gritz

“Awnaw” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Lil Wayne – 500 Degreez

“Believe That” (featuring Mannie Fresh)

“Get That Dough” (featuring Baby)

Arrested Development – Heroes of the Harvest

“In Tha South” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Big Tymers – Hood Rich

“Sunny Day”

“I’m Comin'”

Baby – Birdman

“Fly In Any Weather” (featuring Jazze Pha)

“On The Rocks”

“Heads Up”

“Do That …”

“Ice Cold”

Field Mob – From tha Roota to tha Toota

“Sick Of Being Lonely”

“All I Know” (featuring Cee-Lo Green)


Bow Wow – Unleashed

“Let’s Get Down” (featuring Brian “Baby” Williams)

Fiend – Can I Burn? 2

“From Round Here” (featuring Snoop Dogg & Lil Jon)

T.I. – Trap Muzik

“Let’s Get Away” (featuring Jazze Pha)

YoungBloodZ – Drankin’ Patnaz

“Mind On My Money” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Keith Murray – He’s Keith Murray

“Say Whattt” (featuring Redman)

Murphy Lee – Murphy’s Law

“Luv Me Baby”

Too Short – Married to the Game

“Choosin'” (featuring Jagged Edge & Jazze Pha)

Monica – After The Storm

“That’s My Man”

Kokane – Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Kane

“I’m a Rider” (featuring Jagged Edge and Snoop Dogg)


ATL – The ATL Project

“I Wish” (featuring Ciara)

Cassidy – Split Personality

“Lipstick” (featuring Jazze Pha)(co-produced by Swizz Beatz)

Juelz Santana – From Me to U

“Now What” (featuring T.I.)

Angie Stone – Stone Love

“I Wanna Thank Ya” (featuring Snoop Dogg)

Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz – Crunk Juice

“Contract” (featuring Trillville & Pimpin’ Ken)

Fantasia – Free Yourself

“Don’t Act Right” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Ciara – Goodies

“1, 2 Step”

“Thug Style”

“Pick up the Phone”

“Lookin’ At You”

T.I. – Urban Legend

“Get Loose” (featuring Nelly)

Various artists – NBA Live 2005 soundtrack

“It’s In The Game” (Murphy Lee featuring Jazze Pha & Jody Breeze)

Various artists – GAP: Favorite Songs

“Let’s Stay Together” (Michelle Williams)[1][2]

Lil Wayne – Tha Carter

“Earthquake” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Nelly – Sweat

“Na-Nana-Na” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Nelly – Suit

“Pretty Toes” (featuring T.I. & Jazze Pha)

Jacki-O – Poe Little Rich Girl

“Break You Off” (featuring Jazze Pha)


Trick Trick – The People vs.

“Attitude Adjustment” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Trina – Glamorest Life

“It’s Your B-Day” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Jody Breeze – A Day in the Life of Jody Breeze

“Stay Fresh” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Twista – Kamikaze

“Still Feels So Good”


David Banner – Certified

“Touching” (featuring Jazze Pha)

“Take Your” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Boyz N Da Hood – Boyz N Da Hood


“Happy Jamz” (featuring Jazze Pha)

“Pussy M.F.’s” (featuring Trick Daddy)


Mariah Carey – Emancipation of Mimi

“Tonight” (featuring Nelly & Jazze Pha)

Bun B – Trill

“I’m Ballin” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Young Jeezy – Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101

“Bang” (featuring T.I. & Lil’ Scrappy)

Ginuwine – Back II da Basics

“Secrets” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Various artists – The Longest Yard: The Soundtrack

“Errtime” (Nelly featuring Jung Tru & King Jacob)

YoungBloodZ – Ev’rybody Know Me

“Play Ur Position” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Slim Thug – Already Platinum

“Everybody Loves A Pimp”

“Incredible Feelin'” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Notorious B.I.G. – Duets: The Final Chapter

“Nasty Girl” (featuring P Diddy, Nelly, Jagged Edge, Avery Storm, Jazze Pha & Fat Joe)

Brooke Valentine – Chain Letter


“Boogie Oogie” (featuring Fabolous & Yo-Yo)


Young Dro – Best Thang Smokin’

“U Don’t See Me” (featuring Slim Thug)


“What It Is”

Cherish – Unappreciated

“That Boi”


“Stop Calling Me”

“He Said, She Said”

Rick Ross – Port of Miami

“For da Low”

Sammie – Sammie

“Feelin’ It”

“You Should Be My Girl” (featuring Sean Paul of YoungBloodz)

Too Short – Blow the Whistle

07 “Strip Down” (Un-Credited Guest Appearance)

08 “Nothing Feels Better” (Un-Credited Guest Appearance)

09 “Sophisticated” (Un-Credited Guest Appearance)

10 “Playa” (Un-Credited Guest Appearance)

11 “16 Hoes” (featuring Bun B) (Guest Appearance)

Pimp C – Pimpalation

“The Honey” (featuring Jody Breeze) (Guest Appearance)

“On Your Mind”

Field Mob – Light Poles and Pine Trees

“So What” (featuring Ciara)

LeToya Luckett – LeToya

“Tear Da Club Up” (featuring Jazze Pha & Bun B)

Ciara – Ciara: The Evolution

“Get Up” (featuring Chamillionaire)


Keyshia Cole – Just Like You


8Ball & MJG – Ridin High

“Pimpin Don’t Fail Me Now” (Feat Jazze Pha & Juvenile)

A Girl Called Jane

“He’s Alive”[3]


“Choose you”

DJ Drama – Gangsta Grillz: The Album

“5000 Ones” featuring Nelly, T.I., Yung Joc, Willie The Kid, Young Jeezy, & Twista

Rasheeda – Dat Type of Gurl

“Holla At Me” (featuring Birdman & Jazze Pha)

Bone Thugs-n-Harmony – Strength & Loyalty


“Certified Thugs”

Lil Skeeter – Midwest Mastermind

“I Already Hit Dat Shit” (featuring Snoop Dogg)

Echo – Echo Presenta: Invasion

“Caliente” (Daddy Yankee featuring Jazze Pha)

Bar-Kays – House Party

“Sho-Nuff” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Young Buck – Buck the World

“4 Kings” (featuring T.I., Young Jeezy & Pimp C)

“I Know You Want Me” (featuring Jazze Pha)

Twista – Adrenaline Rush 2007

“Say Say” (featuring Cee-Lo, Jazze Pha & Big Zak)

UGK – Underground Kingz

“Stop-N-Go” (featuring Jazze Pha)

“Tell Me How Ya Feel”

Mary J. Blige – Growing Pains

“Just Fine” (produced with Tricky Stewart)

“Shake Down” (featuring Usher) (produced with Tricky Stewart)

Chris Brown – Exclusive

“Gimme Whatcha Got (Co-Produced By The-Dream)


“One More Chance”


Bun B – II Trill

“My Block” (Guest Appearance)

Usher – Here I Stand

“This Ain’t Sex” (co-produced with Tricky Stewart)

Girlicious – Girlicious

“My Boo”

“It’s Mine”

“Like Me”


“Green Light”

Cherish – The Truth


“Like A Drum”

C-Side – Class in Session: The Boyfriend/Girlfriend EP

“MySpace Freak” (featuring Jazze Pha)

T.I. – Paper Trail


“Like I Do” (featuring The-Dream)


Day26 – Forever in a Day

“Your Heels”

Asher Roth – Asleep in the Bread Aisle

“Bad Day” (Guest Appearance)

Angie Stone – Unexpected


Clyde McKnight – Animated

“Simon Sez”


Block Blockin’


Jessica Mauboy – Get ‘Em Girls

“Handle It”


Bobby V – Fly on the Wall

“Phone #” (feat. Plies)

E-40 – Revenue Retrievin’: Night Shift

“Can’t Stop the Boss” (feat. Snoop Dogg, Too Short & Jazze Pha)


T.I. – Trouble Man: Heavy is the Head

“Sorry” (featuring Andre 3000)


August Alsina – The Product 2

“Hell Yea” (featuring Juelz Santana)

Louie V Gutta – Worth the Wait

“Worth The Wait” (featuring Jazze Pha)