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Seven Aurelius
Marcus Vest
Seven
Origin Lexington, Kentucky, United States
Genres R&B, hip hop, funk, soul, electronic, pop[]
Singer, songwriter, record producer
2001-present
Labels The Aurelius Group / Def Jam Interscope Atlantic Universal

Marcus Vest, known by his stage name Seven Aurelius is an American singer, songwriter, and producer.

Awards

Selected production and songwriting credits

Albums

  • Pain Is Love by Ja Rule (All instruments by 7)

Songs

2001

  • "Lost Little Girl" by Ja Rule
  • "X" by Ja Rule featuring Missy Elliott & Tweet
  • "Down Ass Bitch" by Ja Rule featuring Charlie Baltimore
  • "Always on Time" by Ja Rule featuring Ashanti
  • "Pain Is Love" by Ja Rule
  • "Never Again" by Ja Rule
  • "Worldwide Gangsta" by Ja Rule
  • "Smokin and Ridin" by Ja Rule
  • "I'm Real (Murder Remix)" by Jennifer Lopez & Ja Rule
  • "Dial M for Murder" by Ja Rule
  • "The Inc." by Ja Rule
  • "Ain't It Funny (Murder Remix)" by Jennifer Lopez
  • "When A Man Does Wrong" by Ashanti
  • "Justify My Love" by Vita featuring Ashanti
  • "AM To PM (Irv Gotti' Gutta Remix)" by Christina Milian
  • "The Pledge" by Irv Gotti featuring Caddillac Tah & Ashanti
  • "No One Does It Better" by Irv Gotti featuring Charlie Baltimore & Ashanti
  • "Good Life (Remix)" by Faith Evans featuring Ja Rule, Caddillac Tah & Vita

2002

  • "Intro" by Ashanti
  • "Foolish" by Ashanti
  • "Leaving (Always On Time Part II)" by Ashanti featuring Ja Rule
  • "Call" by Ashanti
  • "Rescue" by Ashanti
  • "Reach for the Sky" (unreleased) by Mariah Carey
  • "Baby" by Ashanti
  • "VooDoo" by Ashanti
  • "Movies" by Ashanti
  • "Unfoolish" by Ashanti featuring The Notorious B.I.G.
  • "Dreams" by Ashanti
  • "Rainy Dayz" by Mary J. Blige featuring Ja Rule
  • "Gangsta Lovin'" by Eve featuring Alicia Keys
  • "Down 4 U" by Irv Gotti featuring Ja Rule, Ashanti, Vita & Charli Baltimore
  • "Irresistible Chick" by Eve
  • "Subtle Invitation" by Mariah Carey
  • "The Rain" by Irv Gotti featuring Ja Rule, Jody Mack & O-1
  • "Thugz Mansion (7 Remix)" by 2Pac

2003

  • "I Need A Man" by Foxy Brown featuring Celeste Scalone
  • "Murder Reigns" by Ja Rule
  • "The Pledge (Remix)" by Ja Rule featuring Nas & Ashanti
  • "Intro/Meledy" by Ashanti
  • "Sweet Baby" by Ashanti
  • "There Goes My Heart" by Mariah Carey
  • "I Wanna Kiss You" by Nicole Wray

2004

  • "Hush" by LL Cool J featuring 7 Aurelius
  • "Concrete Rose Intro" by Ashanti
  • "A Message to the Fans (Skit)" by Ashanti
  • "Only U" by Ashanti
  • "Focus" by Ashanti
  • "Love Again" by Ashanti
  • "U" by Ashanti
  • "Every Lil' Thing" by Ashanti
  • "Don't Leave Me Alone" by Ashanti (feat. 7 Aurelius)
  • "Relearn Love" by Scott Stapp (w/ 7 Aurelius and The Tea Party)

2005

2007

2008

  • "Dr. Love" by Donnie Klang
  • "Just a Rolling Stone" by Donnie Klang
  • "Spank Me"
  • "My House - Cassie"
  • "Lay It Down"
  • "Just Like Magic"
  • "Tonight" by Cassie
  • "Things You Make Me Do" by Ashanti featuring Robin Thicke
  • "The Declaration" by Ashanti
  • "Ride In My Space Ship" by James Andrew
  • "She Can't Love You" by Danity Kane
  • "Love in stereo" Donnie Klang

2010

  • "Strobe Lights" by Diddy-Dirty Money featuring Lil' Wayne

2011

  • "Strange dayz" by Ja Rule feat. 7 aurelius

2012

  • "Pain Is Love 2" by Ja Rule (All instruments by 7)

Co production and additional programming by Roc the producer for 700 degrees

2018

References


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