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GRAMMY AWARD WINNER FOR BEST R&B SONG – “SAY MY NAME” BY DESTINY’S CHILD.

DOVE AWARD WINNER FOR URBAN ALBUM OF THE YEAR – “CHURCH ON THE MOON” BY DEITRICK HADDON.

DOVE AWARD WINNER FOR URBAN ALBUM OF THE YEAR – “THIS IS ME” BY KIERRA “KIKI” SHEARD.

DOVE AWARD WINNER FOR URBAN RECORDED SONG OF THE YEAR – “YOU DON’T KNOW” BY KIERRA “KIKI” SHEARD.

Fred Jerkins III, also known as “Uncle Freddie”, is an American songwriter and record producer, best known for his work with his brother Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins. Jerkins has co-written several hit song, among them “The Boy Is Mine” by Brandy and Monica, “Say My Name” and “Lose My Breath” by Destiny’s Child, “It’s Not Right (But It’s Okay)” by Whitney Houston and multiple tracks from Michael Jackson’s album Invincible. He has also produced a number of songs under the Darkchild imprint for artists such as Brandy, Shola Ama, Men Of Vizion, Keith Washington, & JoJo.

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Fred Jerkins III is in search of fresh talent and has decided to embark upon British territory to explore and seek out the gifted and talented.  Uncle Freddie has expressed his interest in musicians, singers, producers, rappers and songwriters.  He takes his work very serious but knows how to make someone feel at ease in a working environment.