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No I.D.
Ernest Dion Wilson (born June 28, 1971),[4] professionally known as No I.D.,
No I.D.
formerly Immenslope,[5] is an American hip hop and R&B music producer from
Chicago, Illinois. Wilson is also a disc jockey (DJ), music arranger and rapper,
having released an album in 1997, titled Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The
Black Album), under Relativity Records. He is perhaps best known for his early
work with Chicago-based rapper Common. He has since become a heavily sought-
out and high-profile producer, producing hit singles such as "Smile" by G-Unit,
"Outta My System" and "Let Me Hold You" by Bow Wow, "Heartless" by Kanye
West, "D.O.A." by Jay-Z and "My Last" by Big Sean and Chris Brown.

Wilson, who has served as a musical mentor for several artists such as Kanye West
and J. Cole, is considered "The Godfather of Chicago hip hop".[6][7] Wilson was
once president of West's G.O.O.D. Music record company, and although he would
resign from that position, he stayed contracted as an in-house producer. In June
2011, Wilson announced he formed the supergroup Cocaine 80s, alongside
Common and several other artists. In August 2011, Wilson became the Executive
Vice President of A&R for Def Jam Recordings. He subsequently launched his own No I.D. in 2008
record label imprint, ARTium Recordings. He is currently the Executive Vice Background information
President at Capitol Music Group.
Birth name Ernest Dion
Wilson
Also known as Immenslope[1][2]
Contents Born June 28, 1971
Musical career Chicago, Illinois,
ARTium Recordings United States
Artists Genres Hip hop · R&B
Discography
Occupation(s) A&R
Discography representative ·
Studio albums
disc jockey ·
Singles
music arranger ·
Guest appearances
rapper · record
Production discography
executive ·
Singles produced
record producer ·
Awards and nominations
songwriter
Grammy Awards
[3]
See also
Instruments Sampler ·
References
keyboards · bass
External links
guitar
Years active 1989–present

Musical career Labels Relativity · So So


Def · GOOD ·
In 1996, Wilson released an album under the pseudonym No I.D., titled Accept

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Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album).[8] The moniker No I.D. is a half- Roc Nation ·
palindrome of his birth name, Dion. He also released a beat tape, titled Invisible ARTium · Def
Beats.[9] In Wilson's early career he was working as a co-producer for Jermaine Jam · Capitol
Dupri. No I.D. went on to work on hit singles such as "My Boo" by Usher and Associated acts Cocaine 80s ·
Alicia Keys and "Let Me Hold You" by Bow Wow featuring Omarion, as well as Common · Dug
"Resurrection" and the ode to hip hop "I Used to Love H.E.R.", which garnered Infinite · Elijah
Chicago-based rapper Common his early fame. Wilson also introduced Chicago- Blake · J. Cole ·
based rapper Kanye West to hip hop production, inviting him to his sessions with Jay-Z · Jermaine
Common, when West was only beginning. He also introduced West to a long-time Dupri · Kanye
friend named Kyambo "Hip Hop" Joshua, who was A&R for Roc-A-Fella Records, West · Logic ·
who eventually signed West to his imprint Hip Hop Since 1978, which launched Snoh Aalegra ·
West's career as an artist and into stardom. West cites Wilson as his mentor on Vic Mensa ·
"Last Call," the outro to his highly acclaimed debut album The College Dropout Vince Staples
(2004).[10] West also referenced Wilson's mentorship on songs such as "Big
Brother" and "Made in America." Wilson's second official release was with Dug Infinite, a two-album package titled The
Sampler, vol. 1 (2002).

In 2007, he was the focus of perhaps the most attention of his career for
producing two songs from Jay-Z's album American Gangster. At the time
he worked with artists such as Jay-Z, Rhymefest, Plies, Big Sean, Killer
Mike, Rick Ross, Drake (Thank Me Later) and Kanye West (808's &
Heartbreak, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy), Young Jeezy, and
Rihanna on their then-upcoming albums. Wilson produced "D.O.A. (Death
of Auto-Tune)", the first single for Jay-Z's eleventh studio album The
Blueprint 3 (2009), as well as the second single "Run This Town", which
features Kanye West and Rihanna. He once again teamed up with Common
for the first time since 1997, when he handled the production for his ninth No I.D. in a recording studio (left) with
Kanye West (middle) and former G.O.O.D.
album The Dreamer/The Believer (2011). In June 2011, Wilson formed
Music A&R Greg "Olskool Ice-Gre" Lewis
Cocaine 80s, a musical ensemble composed of several musicians, including
(right)
Common, James Fauntleroy II, Kevin Randolph, Makeba Riddick, Rob
"The Mixer" Kinelski, Steve Wyreman, Free Bass, Keys of Coke and Sam
Lewis, among several others.[11][12][13]

After resigning as President of Kanye West G.O.O.D. Music record company, in August 2011, it was announced No I.D. was
appointed Executive Vice President of A&R for Def Jam Recordings. In addition, Def Jam has signed an exclusive joint
venture label deal for No I.D.'s Artium Recordings. The announcements were made by Barry Weiss, Chairman and CEO of
Universal Republic and Island Def Jam Motown and Karen Kwak, EVP / Head of A&R, Island Def Jam Music Group.[14][15] In
2012, Wislon was an executive producer on New York City-based rapper Nas' critically acclaimed eleventh album Life Is
Good, producing five songs, including the twice Grammy Award-nominated single "Daughters", as well as "Loco-Motive" and
"Accident Murderers".In April 2013, it was revealed Wilson signed up-and-coming rapper Logic, to Def Jam.[16][17] In 2013,
Wilson served as the primary producer of G.O.O.D. Music recording artist Big Sean's second album Hall of Fame. In an
August 2013 interview with Complex, Wilson said he was currently working on Jhene Aiko and Logic's upcoming respective
debut albums.[3] Since the inception of Artium, Wilson has signed Common, Los Angeles-based singer Jhené Aiko and singer
Elijah Blake. On June 30, 2017, Wilson was credited as the primary producer on 4:44 - a new album released via Tidal by Jay-
Z. The album has been met with widespread acclaim from music reviews and is notable for the personal account of Jay-Z's
alleged infidelity on the title track. 4:44 was the latest installment in an extensive professional relationship between the two,
as No I.D. has produced more tracks for Jay-Z than anyone else other than Just Blaze and Timbaland.[18]

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ARTium Recordings
ARTium Recordings is an American record label imprint, founded by No
ARTium Recordings
I.D.. In August 2011, it was announced No I.D. was appointed Executive Vice
President of A&R for Def Jam Recordings. In addition, Def Jam has signed
Parent Universal Music Group
company
an exclusive joint venture label deal for No I.D.'s ARTium Recordings. The
announcements were made by Barry Weiss, Chairman and CEO of Universal Founded 2011
Republic and Island Def Jam Motown and Karen Kwak, EVP / Head of A&R, Founder No I.D.
Island Def Jam Music Group. No I.D. would report directly to Mr. Weiss and Distributor(s) Def Jam Recordings
Ms. Kwak.[14] In 2012, No I.D. signed American neo-soul singer Jhené Aiko.
Genre Hip hop, R&B
By September 2013, No I.D. had signed up-and-coming American R&B
singers Elijah Blake and Snoh Aalegra[19] On June 4, 2014, it was announced Country of United States
No I.D.'s longtime collaborator and Chicago-bred rapper Common, signed a origin
recording contract with Def Jam Recordings and ARTium Recordings.[20][21] Location Chicago, Illinois
Official worldofartium.com
website (http://worldofartium.com)
Artists
Cocaine 80s
Common
Jhené Aiko
Snoh Aalegra
Vince Staples
DJ Dahi
Mark Battles

Discography

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Artist Album Details

Released: November 12, 2013


Jhené Aiko Sail Out (EP) Chart position: #8 U.S.[22]
RIAA certification: Gold[23]

Common Nobody's Smiling Released: July 22, 2014


Chart position: #6 U.S.[24]

Jhené Aiko Souled Out Released: September 9, 2014


Chart position: #3 U.S.[22]

Elijah Blake Drift (EP) Released: September 30, 2014


Chart position: —

Vince Staples Hell Can Wait (EP) Released: October 7, 2014


Chart position: #90 U.S.[25]

Elijah Blake Shadows & Diamonds Released: June 23, 2015


Chart position: —

Vince Staples Summertime '06 Released: June 30, 2015


Chart position: #39 U.S.[25]

TWENTY88 (EP) Released: April 1, 2016


TWENTY88
(released with GOOD)
Chart position: #5 U.S.[26]

Snoh Aalegra Don't Explain (EP) Released: April 8, 2016


Chart position: —

Vince Staples Prima Donna (EP) Released: August 26, 2016


Chart position: #50 U.S.[25]

Common Black America Again Released: November 4, 2016


Chart position: #25 U.S.[24]

Vince Staples Big Fish Theory Released: June 23, 2017


Chart position: #16 U.S.[25]

Jhené Aiko Trip Released: September 22, 2017


Chart position: #5 U.S.[22]

Snoh Aalegra Feels Released: October 20, 2017


Chart position: —

Discography

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Studio albums

List of albums, with selected chart positions and sales figures

Peak
chart
Title Album details positions
US
R&B/HH

Accept Your Own and Be Release: September 23, 1997 (US)


Label: Relativity 94
Yourself (The Black Album)
Formats: CD, digital download

The Sampler, vol. 1 Released: 2002 (US)


Label: All Natural Inc. —
(with Dug Infinite)
Formats: CD, digital download

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Singles

List of singles as featured performer, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name

Peak chart positions


Title Year US US
Album
US
R&B Rap

Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The


"Sky's The Limit"[27] 1997 — — —
Black Album)
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Guest appearances

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name

Title Year Other artist(s) Album

"Two Scoops of Raisins" 1992 Can I Borrow a Dollar?


Common
"In My Own World (Check the Method)" 1994 Resurrection

"When You Hot You Hot" 1998 DJ Honda, Dug Infinite h II

"America" 2017 Logic, Chuck D, Black Thought, Big Lenbo Everybody

Production discography

Singles produced

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List of singles as either producer or co-producer, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released,
performing artists and album name

Peak chart positions


Title Year US US
Certifications Album
US CAN GER NLD NZ SWE SWI UK
R&B Rap

"Take It EZ"
(Common — — 5 — — — — — — —
Sense)
1992
"Breaker 1/9"
(Common — 107 10 — — — — — — — Can I Borrow
Sense) a Dollar?

"Soul by the
Pound"
1993 — 108 7 — — — — — — —
(Common
Sense)

"I Used to
Love H.E.R."
— 91 31 — — — — — — —
(Common
Sense)
1994 Resurrection
"Resurrection"
(Common 102 88 22 — — — — — — —
Sense)

"Retrospect
for Life" One Day It'll
(Common 1997 — — — — — — — — — — All Make
featuring Lauryn Sense
Hill)

"Smile" Beg for


2004 — 72 — — — — — — — —
(G-Unit) Mercy

"Let Me Hold
You"
(Bow Wow 4 2 1 — — — — — — 27 RIAA: Wanted
featuring Platinum
2005
Omarion)

"Ooh Wee"[28]
— — — — — — — — — — N/A
(Majic Massey)

"Outta My
System"
(Bow Wow RIAA: The Price of
2006 22 12 2 — — — 2 — — —
featuring T-Pain Platinum Fame
and Johntá
Austin)

"Put It on Ya"
(Plies featuring 31 8 6 — — — — — — — Da REAList
Chris J)

2008
"Heartless" RIAA: 4× 808s &
2 4 1 8 37 31 6 17 46 10 Platinum
(Kanye West) Heartbreak
BPI: Silver

"D.O.A.
(Death of The
2009 24 43 15 — — — — — — 79
Auto-Tune)" Blueprint 3
(Jay-Z)

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"Run This RIAA: 2×


Town" Platinum[29]
(Jay-Z featuring 2 3 1 6 18 30 9 8 9 1 BPI: Silver
Kanye West and
Rihanna)
RMNZ:
Gold[30]

"Find Your
RIAA: Thank Me
Love" 5 3 — 10 — 85 — — — 24
Platinum Later
(Drake)

Man on the
"Mr. Rager" Moon II: The
77 — — — — — — — — —
(Kid Cudi) 2010 Legend of
Mr. Rager

"Ready Set
Go"[31]
— 110 — — — — — — — — PL3DGE
(Killer Mike
featuring T.I.)

"My Last"
RIAA: Finally
(featuring Chris 30 4 1 — — — — — — —
Gold[29] Famous
Brown)

"Ghetto
Dreams"
— — — — — — — — — —
(Common
featuring Nas)
2011
"Blue Sky" The
— — — — — — — — — — Dreamer/The
(Common)
Believer
"Sweet"
— — — — — — — — — —
(Common)

"Celebrate"
— 95 — — — — — — — —
(Common)

"This Time"
(Melanie Fiona
— 89 — — — — — — — — The MF Life
featuring J.
Cole)

"Daughters"
— 78 — — — — — — — —
(Nas)

"Accident 2012
Life Is Good
Murderers"
— — — — — — — — — —
(Nas featuring
Rick Ross)

"Pain"
My Name Is
(Pusha T — — — — — — — — — —
My Name
featuring Future)

"Switch Up"
(Big Sean
— 50 — — — — — — — — Hall of Fame
featuring
Common)

"Black 2013
Skinhead" 69 21 15 66 — — — — — 34 Yeezus
(Kanye West)

"Holy Grail" Magna Carta


(Jay-Z featuring 4 2 1 13 24 83 24 15 24 7 RIAA: 3×
Holy Grail

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Platinum
Justin BPI: Silver
Timberlake) RMNZ:
Gold[32]

"Control"
(Big Sean
featuring
111 43 — — — — — — — — N/A
Kendrick Lamar
and Jay
Electronica)

"Bound 2" 12 3 3 74 — — — — — 55 Yeezus

"Satellites"[33]
(Tassho Pearce G.O.O.D.
— — — — — — — — — —
featuring Kid Company[34]
Cudi)

"Kingdom"
(Common Nobody's
— — — — — — — — — —
featuring Vince Smiling
Staples)

"To Love &


Die"
2014
(Jhené Aiko — 46 — — — — — — — 72 Souled Out
featuring
Cocaine 80s)

"Speak My
Piece" — — — — — — — — — —
(Common)
Nobody's
"Diamonds" Smiling
(Common
— — — — — — — — — —
featuring Big
Sean)

"The Story of
O.J." 23 10 7 53 — — — — — 28
(Jay-Z)

"4:44"
2017 35 15 11 69 — — — — — 73 4:44
(Jay-Z)

"Bam"
(Jay-Z featuring 47 21 16 — — — — — — 93
Damian Marley)

"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Awards and nominations

Grammy Awards

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Year Nominee / work Award Result

"Run This Town" Won


2010
"D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)" Nominated

2013 "Daughters" Nominated


Best Rap Song
2014 "Holy Grail" Nominated

2015 "Bound 2" Nominated

Nominated
"The Story of O.J."
Record of the Year Nominated

2018 "4:44" Song of the Year Nominated

4:44 Album of the Year Nominated

Himself Producer of the Year, Non-Classical Nominated

See also
Honorific nicknames in popular music

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External links
No I.D. (https://www.allmusic.com/artist/mn0000375749) at AllMusic
No I.D. (https://www.discogs.com/artist/108618-No-ID) discography at Discogs
No I.D. (https://musicbrainz.org/artist/1cd913a1-5641-4b2a-9624-a0417914e3e7) discography at MusicBrainz

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