Herb Middleton


Herb Middleton is a producer, composer, arranger and multi-platinum songwriter. Herb's career began as songwriter under the tutorledge of Loris Holland After stepping out on his own, Herb was discovered by Teddy Riley where he co-wrote his first song for a platinum artist, Bobby Brown. In the early 90's Herb's career took off at the beginning of Bad Boy's birth run by Sean"Puffy" Combs.

He has been associated with producing music for such artists as Mary J, Al Green, Usher, Raheem DeVaughn, Faith Evans, Kenny Lattimore, Nas, and Ann Nesby, and the list goes on. His latest accomplishment was producing the last song recorded by the late Teddy Pendergrass. Showing his flawless ability to cross genre's while continuing to create hits. A Multi-Grammy nominated producer on Mary J. Blige's "MY LIFE" for Best R&B Album, and Ann Nesby's "Make Me Better"; for Best Contemporary Soul Gospel album, just to name a few. Herb also served as a major contributor on the female trio "Total". "Total" was driven by classic funk grooves and sassy attitude. Blessed with a fabulously dynamic team, Herb Middleton played a key role on the hit single "'Can't you See" feat "Biggie Smalls", as well as Kelly Price's debut SOUL OF A WOMAN. The list is long, detailing the musical accomplishments of this seasoned producer. Herb is also the CEO of NuVybe Records, an independent record label located in Delaware full of great local talent and a few from the UK. Herb is also releasing a new movement called the "Bridge Movement" that covers most mainstream genres of music.

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