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For other persons named David Hall, see David Hall (disambiguation)

David "Dave" Hall (A.K.A. Dave "Jam" Hall) is a record producer. He is famous for working on Mary J. Blige's debut album What's the 411? (including the #1 R&B hit single "You Remind Me"); with Madonna, co-writing and co-producing several tracks from her 1994 album Bedtime Stories, including the single "Human Nature," for working with R&B harmony group Brownstone, and for co-writing and co-producing two of Mariah Carey's hits, "Dreamlover" and "Fantasy." He also had produced for such acts like Usher, Donell Jones, CeCe Peniston, and Joe early in their music careers.

He is also a remixer responsible for remixes of "Scream" (1995) by Michael and Janet Jackson and "Goldeneye" (1995) for Tina Turner. He was married to comedian Wanda Sykes from 1991 to 1998.

Dave Hall has teamed up with Ike Morris and Morris Management Group, and is currently creating and recording music in his studio in Atlanta, Georgia.


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