Elite Member


Grammy Award Winning producer and instrumentalist Larrance Dopson has been making his name known since 2003 when he got his start with his first credit on Bobby Valentino's "Gangsta Luv". His work on “Boo’d Up” by Ella Mai led R&B charts for 13 weeks straight at number one, and the song was nominated for two Grammys, bringing home a Grammy for ‘Best R&B Song’. Dopson also co-produced “Pray” from Sam Smith’s The Thrill of it All and “Say Something” by Justin Timberlake and Chris Stapleton, which charted as the #1 Pop/Country song and continues to work alongside a magnitude of artists. He has written and composed on several records including Mi Declaración (Feat. Timbaland & SID) which resulted in Maluma’s first Latin Grammy for ‘Best Pop Contemporary Pop Vocal Album, “Rodeo” by Travis Scott, “Still Brazy” by YG, and did the musical direction for the album “Cole World” by J. Cole. He was nominated for Grammys for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration on “These Walls” by Kendrick Lamar and Best Rap Album “To Pimp A Butterfly”. He also co-founded The 1500 Sound Academy, which was a vision shared by him and partner James Fauntleroy, now manifesting in their home of Inglewood California. They've created a state-of-the-art facility providing Music & Entertainment industry education, one-on-one coaching, conference events & much more. 1500 Sound Academy is the new home for music & entertainment professionals, creating timeless music for generations to come.
  • Producer
  • Songwriter
Los Angeles, CA
  • Hip-Hop/Rap
  • R&B
  • Pop
  • Latin
  • Trap