Adonis Shropshire

Adonis Shropshire or Adonis for short,(born November 1, 1977) is an award-winning American songwriter and record producer.

He has written and or produced singles including: Mariah Carey's "I Stay In Love", Usher Raymond's "My Boo", P. Diddy's "I Need a Girl (Part One)", "I Need a Girl (Part Two)", Chris Brown's "Say Goodbye", Ciara's "And I", Marques Houston's "Circle", Day26's "Since You've Been Gone", Enrique Iglesias's "Push", Ginuwine's "Last Chance", Beyoncé's "Summertime". Adonis has been professionally writing since 2001, receiving his first formal credit on 2001's "Walking On Sunshine" by Pop Music Icon Jennifer Lopez.

Read more about Adonis Shropshire:  History, Selected Production and Writing Credits, Grammy Awards and Nominations