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Finer Things

DJ Felli Fel
Background information
Birth name James Andrew Corrine
Born Rock Hill, South Carolina, United States
Genres Hip hop, electro-hip hop, hip house
Occupations DJ, record producer
Instruments Turntables, keyboards, sampler
Years active 1996–present
Labels Rock Hill Records, So So Def, Island Urban
Associated acts The Heavy Hitters DJs , Ludacris, Akon, Lil Wayne, Drake, Kanye West, Ne-Yo, Diddy, Lil Jon, Sean Paul, T-Pain, Jermaine Dupri, Fabolous, Pitbull
Website www.fellifel.com

James Andrew Corrine,[1] better known by his stage name DJ Felli Fel is a club and radio DJ for L.A.'s Power 106, record producer, and a recording artist recently signed to So So Def/Island Urban Music. He is also a member of The Heavy Hitters DJs.

Biography

DJ Felli Fel was born in Rock Hill, South Carolina and grew up in Atlanta, Los Angeles, and Dallas. While a teenager in Dallas, he began spinning turntables for house parties. His radio career began on Dallas radio station K104 and Waco, Texas Spanish-language station KHCK.[2] Later, he joined the Los Angeles hip-hop station Power 106.[1] At Power 106, he hosts the Felli Fel Show on Saturday evenings.[2]

He had a cameo role as himself in the 2003 film Malibu's Most Wanted.[3] In 2007, he signed with Island Def Jam/So So Def.[4] His debut album for the label is tentatively titled Go DJ!.[1][5] Singles for the album included "Finer Things" with Jermaine Dupri, Kanye West, Fabolous, and Ne-Yo; "Get Buck in Here" with Diddy, Akon, Lil Jon, and Ludacris;[6] and "Feel It" with Sean Paul, Pitbull, Flo Rida, and T-Pain. DJ Felli Fel was also featured on the soundtrack of the game Midnight Club: Los Angeles, with his song "Get Buck in Here". Recently he released the single "Boomerang" featuring Pitbull, Akon, and Jermaine Dupri. The track has been remixed by DJ Vice in 2011.

On April 22, he released his brand new single to iTunes titled "Reason To Hate" which features singer Ne-Yo and rappers Tyga and Wiz Khalifa. It was co-produced by Ned Cameron.

Discography

Studio albums

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US US R&B US Rap
TBA Go DJ!

Singles

As lead artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US US
R&B
US
Rap
CAN
"Get Buck in Here"
(featuring Diddy, Akon, Ludacris and Lil Jon)
2007 41 72 13 58 Non-album singles
"Finer Things"
(featuring Kanye West, Jermaine Dupri, Fabolous and Ne-Yo)
2008 101 80 8
"Feel It"
(featuring T-Pain, Sean Paul, Flo Rida and Pitbull)
2009 23
"Boomerang"
(featuring Akon, Pitbull and Jermaine Dupri)
2011
"It's Your Birthday B!tch"
(featuring Lil Jon and Jessie Malakouti)
2012
"Reason to Hate"[8]
(featuring Ne-Yo, Tyga and Wiz Khalifa)
2013
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US US
R&B
US
Rap
CAN
"Do You Like...?"
(Bosko featuring DJ Felli Fel)
2006 That Fire
"I'm Toe Up (Remix)"
(Problem featuring DJ Felli Fel, DJ Quik, Kurupt, Terrace Martin and Snoop Dogg)
2008 Locke High
"Diamonds & Patron"
(Tino Cochino featuring Paul Wall, DJ Felli Fel and DJ Class)
2009 Non-album single
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Production credits

  • 2001 "I Like Them Girls (Power Mix)" (Tyrese featuring Bosco)
  • 2001 "World Wide (Remix)" (Outlawz featuring 2Pac and T-Low)
  • 2002 "A Piece of Me" (Luniz featuring Fat Joe)
  • 2003 "Bomba" (Felli Fel from the motion picture Malibu's Most Wanted)
  • 2004 "Back it up" (Young Rome)
  • 2004 "It's All Right" (Guerilla Black)
  • 2004 "Intro" (Cassidy)
  • 2006 "On Bail" (Xzibit featuring T-Pain, The Game and Daz Dillinger)
  • 2006 "That Ain't Right" (Sean Kingston)
  • 2006 "Like That" (Noelle featuring Felli Fel from the motion picture Employee of the Month)
  • 2007 "Don't Stop" (Baby Bash featuring Keith Sweat)
  • 2007 "Take You There" (Sean Kingston)
  • 2008 "Live It Up! (DJ Felli Fel Remix)" (Roscoe Umali featuring E-40 and Bobby V)
  • 2008 "Died in Your Arms" (Smitty featuring T-Pain)
  • 2008 "Died in Your Arms" (Remix) (Smitty featuring T-Pain, Junior Reid and Rick Ross)
  • 2008 "Cinematic" (Jessi Malay)
  • 2008 "The Money" (R. Kelly featuring Fat Joe)
  • 2008 "Jolly Rancher" (Tino Cochino)
  • 2009 "Diamonds & Patron" (Tino Cochino featuring Paul Wall, DJ Felli Fel and DJ Class)
  • 2009 "Dizzy" (Frankie J)
  • 2009 "One Night" (New Boyz)
  • 2009 "Loaded" (Jeremy Green featuring Ya Boy)
  • 2012 "Dirty Martini" (Collins Pennie)
  • 2013 "Lighters" (50 Cent featuring Chris Brown)

Awards

Year Group Award Result !
2008 BET Hip Hop Award DJ of the Year Nominated

References

External links

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Internet Movie Database
  • Felli Fel's page on Power 106
  • Mix Matters biography & current projects
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