Eric Bellinger Shares the Secret to Writing Grammy-Worthy Songs

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http://www.vladtv.com – Singer/songwriter Eric Bellinger opened up to VladTV about his songwriting process, what makes him the best of the best and how Usher helped him celebrate his first Grammy.
Bellinger is currently in the realms of penning huge hits for the likes of Trey Songz, Chris Brown, Usher and many more. The California native explains how creating a song tailor made for an artist is the key to grabbing their attention. Bellinger says when writing “Fine China” for Chris Brown, he made sure the Michael Jackson influence floated through the single. He also added how he summarized Usher’s illustrious career in the track, “What Happened To U.”

The artist also discusses the moment he found out he won his first Grammy during a recording session with Usher. Check out the interview above.

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Pass Port says:

VLAD WARNING DONT DO NO MORE SHIT WITH THIS LIL BITCH HE OWES ME MILLIONS UNDERSTAND?

ExtraOrdinary MUSIC says:

Dudes pen game is the best

CreativityMuzeTV says:

Literally did not hear any advice on how to write a good grammy worthy song.

zeroFucks Given says:

didnt know he wrote
fine china for breezy
lemme see for usher and
disrespectful for trey and mila. coz they among my favorite songs. i got lil more respect for Eric B now.

Musa Rico says:

He Got That Song With The Brotha From Toronto That Just Hit My Soul ( Listen To It When Feel Sad )

David Richardson says:

Happy for his nod for New Flame in the Best R&B Song category. I'd put up there with Ester, Ne-Yo, James Fauntleroy, Stacy Barthe, Rico, Elijah just to name a few.

JuicedUpLA says:

This is very inspirational

Zunna Will says:

It's crazy how bad music has become. I can still listen to Michael jackson, Marvin Gaye, etc. winning Grammies is fools gold.

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