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Bryan-Michael Cox Wiki/Biography
Bryan-Michael Cox was born on the 1st December 1977, in Houston, Texas USA, and is an award-winning songwriter and record producer, best known for his extensive work with rap and R&B stars such as Beyoncé, Usher, Mary J. Blige, Toni Braxton and Mariah Carey, among many others.
Have you ever wondered how rich Bryan-Michael Cox is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Cox’s net worth is as high as $65 million, earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry, during which he has created 35 No. 1 hits, being rewarded with induction into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame in 2009.
Bryan-Michael Cox Net Worth $65 Million
From an early age he was introduced to music; his mother was a flutist and would often take young Bryan-Michael to record stores, and the two would spent his mother’s entire salary on records. Once he turned seven, young Bryan-Michael expressed his own interest in becoming a musician. He attended High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, where he met future R&B icon Beyoncé Knowles; she was a freshman while Bryan-Michael was already in his senior year. Nevertheless, the two collaborated on a demo tape, and waited for seven year to collaborate again, when he served as a producer on a track from her Destiny’s Child album “Destiny Fulfilled”. After high school he enrolled at Clark Atlanta University, where he furthered his studies in music.
Cox’s career officially began in the mid- ‘90s when he was hired by Noontime Records in Atlanta, Georgia as an intern. His first work was producing two songs for the R&B group Ideal. After that he collaborated with rapper Lil Bow Wow on his debut album “Beware of Dog”, writing the lyrics for “Puppy Love”. He then served as one of the producers of the soundtrack for the film “Big Momma’s House”, and wrote the songs “He Can’t Love U”, and Let’s Get Married”, which can be found on the Jagged Edge’s second album “J.E. Heartbreak”. Slowly Bryan-Michael’s name became more known, which only increased his net worth.
He collaborated with Tamar Braxton on the album “Tamar”, which is her debut album. Bryan-Michael then took a step higher, working with Tony Braxton on her third album “The Heat”, on the song “Just Be a Man About It”. Encouraged by the success of his earlier work, Usher brought Bryan-Michael into his team, and Bryan-Michael worked on Usher’s album “Confessions” by co-writing the songs “Burn” and “Confessions Part II”. The album received rave reviews and picked up several awards, including a Grammy in the category Best Contemporary R&B Album.
His next collaborations were with Mariah Carey, Mary J. Blige, and again teamed with Bow Wow on his fifth album, entitled “The Price of Fame”. In 2010 he worked with Justin Bieber on his debut album “My World 2.0”, co-writing and producing the single “Never Let You Go”, while also again collaborating with Usher on his album “Raymond vs Raymond”. Most recently, he worked with Ty $ Dolla Sign on his debut studio album “Free TC” in 2016, which also improved his wealth.
Thanks to his success, Bryan-Michael has received several prestigious awards and recognitions, including eight Grammy awards, and being named one of Billboard’s “Top 10 Producers of the Decade”, while he also matched the Beatles’ record for Billboard’s most consecutive number one hits, among many other achievements.
Regarding his personal life, little is known about Bryan-Michael’s private life, as he tends to keep it as secretive as much as he can. However, it is known that he was in a relationship with hip hop model and actress Melyssa Ford in 2007.
|Full Name||Bryan-Michael Cox|
|Net Worth||$65 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 1, 1977|
|Place Of Birth||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Profession||Record producer, Songwriter, Keyboard Player, Singer, Rapper|
|Education||Clark Atlanta University|
|Nicknames||Bryan Michael Cox , bryan_michael_cox , Bryan Cox , Cox, Bryan-Michael|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best R&B Song|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Album of the Year|
|Mike & Mike||2014||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Justin Bieber: Never Say Never||2011||Documentary writer: "U Got it Bad", "Never Let You Go" - as Bryan Michael Paul Cox|
|Why Did I Get Married Too?||2010||writer: "Nothing"|
|Glee||2009||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Madea Goes to Jail||2009||writer: "You"|
|The Boondocks||2007||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol||2007||Video Game "Be Without You"|
|Poseidon||2006||writer: "Be Without You Moto Blanco Vocal Mix"|
|Saturday Night Live||2006||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Karaoke Revolution Volume 3||2004||Video Game "Burn"|
|The Sopranos||2002||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|The Sweetest Thing||2002||writer: "U Got It Bad"|
|Big Momma's House||2000||producer: "I've Got to Have It", "Bounce with Me", "You Can Always Go", "Big Momma's Theme" - as Bryan-Michael Cox / writer: "I've Got to Have It", "Bounce with Me", "You Can Always Go", "Big Momma's Theme" - as Bryan-Michael Cox|
|Blue Streak||1999||writer: "Get Away"|
|Lillemand||2015||TV Series music - 1 episode|
|Don Cornelius: Visionary, Trailblazer & Cultural Icon||2012||TV Movie||Himself|
|The 31st Annual Georgia Music Hall of Fame Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself - Guest star and Inductee|
|Mission Man Band||2007||TV Series||Himself (2007)|
|2007||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Song of the Year|
|2005||Grammy||Grammy Awards||Best R&B Song|