And yes, that was his dog, George, on the T-shirt he wore during the end credits, too. lol this is long old, she was dating a married man- swizz beats, they got married this year after a 4 or 5 year affair.

Swizz Beatz was named the first "Producer in Residence" at New York University, for the 2010–11 academic year.

He spent much of his childhood raised by his mother in the North East Bronx, where he first encountered hip hop.

Truman High School, he started to work for his uncles, Joaquin and Darrin Dean, who were co-CEOs of the Ruff Ryders record label.

In his early work, he generally chose not to sample, instead using the Korg Trinity and Triton keyboards and seeking to accentuate the performance aspect of his music.

Dean later found a protégé in Philadelphia-based rapper Cassidy, whose success helped the launch of his own label imprint, Full Surface Records. Swizz Beatz has produced multiple hit singles for several prominent artists throughout various music genres, such as hip hop, pop, soul and R&B.

He went on to sign multiple artists to the label, including Eve and Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, among others. His catalog includes "Ruff Ryders' Anthem" (DMX), "Banned from T.

It was me just expressing myself and having the opportunity to – it was the one man band.

And now I'm doing part two, which is Life After the Party." In 2009, Swizz Beatz produced many popular singles including "Nasty Girl" by Ludacris featuring Plies, "Who's Real" by Jadakiss featuring OJ da Juiceman, "Million Bucks" by Maino, "Million Dollar Bill" by Whitney Houston, "I Can Transform Ya" by Chris Brown featuring Lil Wayne, and "On to the Next One" by Jay-Z.

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