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Patrick "j.Que" Smith

Background information
Birth name Patrick Michael Smith
Also known as "j.Que"
Born March 1, 1975
Origin North Carolina, U.S.
Genres Hip hop, R&B, Pop
Occupations Producer, Songwriter
Associated acts The Clutch

Patrick Michael "j.Que" Smith (born in North Carolina) is an American Grammy nominated record producer and Songwriter. He has contributed to songs from Usher, Fantasia, Ciara, Avant, Jagged Edge, Chris Brown, The Gospellers and Omarion.



Smith was born in North Carolina, but was raised in Anniston, Alabama, to minister parents. When he graduated from Saks High School he attended a community college and later transferred to Auburn University where he maintained a 3.87 GPA. Smith later dropped out, with his parents blessing, and decided to pursue music in Atlanta. He formed a group with his brothers called Melange and began making themselves known in and around Atlanta. He began writing songs to impress a girl he met named Erika Nuri, because she herself was a songwriter (Pink, Fantasia, Xscape, Babyface). When his manager heard one of those songs, he asked Smith to write more. He is now part of the production group "The Clutch". Smith recently had a son, Channing, with his wife Vivian. [1]

Songs produced or written

Year Song title Artist Album
2002 "Hush Lil' Lady" Lil' Corey featuring Lil' Romeo I'm Just Corey
2004 "Yeah!" Usher featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris Confessions
"Throwback" Usher
"Truth Is" Fantasia Free Yourself
2005 "Sposed to Be" Toni Braxton Libra
2006 "4 Minutes" Avant Director
"Like a Boy" Ciara Ciara: The Evolution
"Ice Box" Omarion 21
2007 "Promise Ring" Tiffany Evans featuring Ciara Tiffany Evans
"Hate2LoveU" Amerie Because I Love It
"Forever" Jennifer Lopez Brave
"Wrong When You're Gone"
"Radar" Britney Spears Blackout
"No Definition" Mario Go
2009 "Long Gone" Chris Cornell Scream


Smith has had 3 Grammy Nominations, 4 BET Award Noms, & 3 BMI Award Noms.


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