Johnny Black is a two-time Grammy nominated producer/songwriter originally from from New York City. In 2005, he was singed as an artist to Sire records by industry icon Seymour Stein. In 2012, he committed his focus to production and songwriting earning cuts with artists like Jessie J, Estelle, Daughtry, Mr. Probz, Tamia, DJ Cassidy and many others. In 2017, he wrote and executive produced "Alex Who, This Is Who - Part I" and "Alex Who - Part II" for Empire records. In addition to writing and producing for artists across musical genres, Black's songs and productions have been featured in TV and film. Notable placements include “Grey’s Anatomy," "Dancing With Stars,” "Nappily Ever After," "Desperate Housewives," features on HBO, Showtime, Discovery, and in independent motion pictures.
In 2017, Black signed with Concord Music. That year, he collaborated with Danielle Nicole, a 2019 Grammy nominated artist for Best Contemporary Blues album. In 2018, he produced the upcoming 2019 release for Stax recording artists Southern Avenue. Additionally, Black founded his own label BLK MAGIK to release artist projects licensed exclusively through Concord Music. Their roster includes his solo artist releases as well as electronica group DR01D-Z, rock outfits The Evil Twins and La Mana Negra, kitchy neo-funk from East River Yacht Club and southern-fried soul via Johnny Black & The 22's. Since it's creation, BLK MAGIK songs have been featured on CBS, NBC, Discovery, MTV and VH1.