Count Justice is a three time Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter, and engineer. As a teenager growing up in Los Angeles, he discovered his passion for writing music while playing in his middle school jazz band. Count Justice moved to Georgia at the age of 15 and began developing his signature sound in Atlanta. After leaving Morehouse College, he started his career by producing and engineering for many artists based in Atlanta. His song “Hard Headed” ft. Shady Records recording artist, Bobby Creekwater, was featured in the 2006 film, ATL.
In 2014, he produced Chris Brown’s Grammy-nominated hit single “New Flame” ft. Usher and Rick Ross. Count Justice has continued to produce and engineer for renowned artists such as Whitney Houston, Justin Bieber, Tony Braxton, Lil’ Mama, Raekwon, Nappy Roots, and many more.