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Luis Resto (musician)

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Luis Resto
Birth nameLuis Edgardo Resto
Born (1961-07-22) July 22, 1961 (age 57)
Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.
OriginDetroit, Michigan, U.S.
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Years active2000–present
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Associated acts
Websitewww.luisresto.com

Luis Edgardo Resto (born July 22, 1961) is an American musician, songwriter, record producer, and keyboardist who has worked closely with rapper Eminem since his third major-label album The Eminem Show. He is of Puerto Rican descent, with both of his parents from Puerto Rico, and was raised in the Detroit suburb of Garden City, Michigan.

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Musical career

Resto's career in recorded music began in the early 1980s in Detroit, with Michael Henderson and Was (Not Was). He continued playing keyboards and co-writing songs for a wide variety of artists (including many produced by Don Was), ranging from Anita Baker to Patti Smith to The Highwaymen to Vertical Horizon to Fuel, before beginning a prolific and lengthy collaboration with Eminem in 2001. He has played the keyboard for several Eminem-produced tracks and is credited for additional production on most Eminem-produced tracks on Encore. Resto released his own solo LP titled "Combo De Momento", and was released under his own imprint Resto World Music on May 18, 2010. He co-wrote the Oscar-winning song, "Lose Yourself", featured in the movie 8 Mile with Jeff Bass and Eminem.[1]

Discography

  • "Combo De Momento" (May 18, 2010)

Production credits

2002

01. "Lose Yourself" (Credited as "Additional Production")
05. "Places To Go" (Additional production and keyboards)

2003

09. "Moment Of Clarity" (Additional production and keyboards)
03. "My Buddy"
04. "I'm So Hood"

2004

02. "Evil Deeds" (Intro keyboards)
04. "Yellow Brick Road" (Additional production and keyboards)
05. "Like Toy Soldiers" (Additional production and keyboards)
07. "Puke" (Additional production and keyboards)
08. "My 1st Single" (Additional production and keyboards)
15. "Spend Some Time" (Additional production and keyboards)
16. "Mockingbird" (Additional production and keyboards)
17. "Crazy In Love" (Additional production and keyboards)
18. "One Shot 2 Shot" (Additional production and keyboards)
20. "Encore/Curtains Down" (Additional keyboards)
  • Eminem – Encore (Bonus CD released November 12, 2004)
01. "We As Americans" (Additional production and keyboards)
02. "Love You More" (Additional production and keyboards)
03. "Ricky Ticky Toc" (Additional production and keyboards)
01. "Soldier Like Me (Return of the Soulja)"
02. "The Uppercut"
03. "Out on Bail"
04. "Ghetto Gospel"
05. "Black Cotton"
06. "Loyal to the Game"
07. "Thugs Get Lonely Too"
08. "N.I.G.G.A. (Never Ignorant about Getting Goals Accomplished)"
09. "Who Do You Love?"
10. "Crooked Nigga Too"
11. "Don't You Trust Me?"
12. "Hennessy"
13. "Thug 4 Life"

2005

02. "In My Hood"
04. "I'm Supposed To Die Tonight"
10. "Ski Mask Way"
16. "My Toy Soldier"

2006

02. "Wake Up"
03. "Violent"
05. "Lay Down"
06. "Snitch"
08. "Ballad Of Obie Trice"
09. "Jamaican Girl"
10. "Kill Me a Mutha"
12. "All of My Life"
13. "Ghetto"
14. "There They Go"
17. "Everywhere I Go"
18. "Obie Story"

2007

06. "Pistol Poppin'" Feat Eminem (Prod. by Eminem & Luis Resto)

2009

17. "Beautiful"
4. "Elevator"
8. "Drop the World (featuring Eminem)

2010

12. "Airplanes, Part II" (featuring Eminem and Hayley Williams of Paramore)
5. "W.T.P."
7. "Not Afraid"
17. "Where I'm At"

2011

01. "Welcome 2 Hell"
02. "Fast Lane
03. "The Reunion"
04. "Above the Law"
06. "A Kiss"
07. "Lighters" (featuring Bruno Mars)
09. "Loud Noises" (featuring Slaughterhouse)

2013

04. "So Much Better"
10. "Brainless"
11. "Stronger Than I Was"

2014

03. "Die Alone"
04. "Vegas"
09. "Fine Line"
10. "Twisted"
11. "Right for Me"

2015

03. "American You"
04. "This Corner"
09. "All I Think About"
13. "Phenomenal"

2018

"Stepping Stone" and "Venom (Music from the Motion Picture)"

References

  1. ^ Elson, Rachel F. "Eminem Naps Through His Oscar Victory". People. Retrieved June 5, 2015.
  2. ^ "Obie Trice – Second Round's On Me". Discogs. Accessed 3 February 2008.

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