Warryn Campbell Biography
Warryn Campbell born Warryn Stafford II is an American record producer, and pastor. Campbell is professionally known as Smiley and Baby Dubb. He has worked with a number of gospel, hip hop and R&B artists. He initially got his start as a session musician and producer under the tutelage of DJ Quik on his third album Safe + Sound.
Glossocentric Records signed Warryn’s modern quartet-styled traditional gospel group, The Soul Seekers.
He served as a record executive, and he served as vice president of A&R for Elektra Records briefly. He also helped produce Australian R&B singer Jade MacRae’s second album Get Me Home (2008), in Australia.
Campbell recently collaborated with R&B/Pop singer Amerie on a rock & roll track titled “Higher” for her fourth album In Love & War (2009).
Campbell appears in the 2019 movie Strive as “The Pastor” as well as composing the music for the film.
Warryn Campbell Age
Warryn Stafford II was born on 21 August, 1975 in Los Angeles, California, U.S. She is 43 years old as of 2018.
Warryn Campbell Sister
Campbell has a sister JoiStarRR. She works in real estate and is taking on some acting roles.
Warryn Campbell Church | Pastor Warryn Campbell Church
Warryn and his wife Erica opened a church California Worship Center. They were also forced to add a second service to their morning worship experience after only their first service.
Campbell later announced that they had a new location at James Madison Middle School, 13000 Hart Street, North Hollywood, CA 91605.
Erica and Warryn Campbell
Erica Atkins and Campbell are a husband and wife duo who are known for their work in the music industry. Warryn is a singer, songwriter, and record producer, while Warryn is a record producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
Together, they have worked on numerous projects, including the gospel group Mary Mary, which Erica is a member of, and various solo projects for both of them. They have also collaborated with other notable musicians, such as Kanye West and Alicia Keys.
Erica and Warryn have been married since 2001, and they have raised three children together. People also know them for their strong Christian faith and their work in the ministry. They often share their personal and professional lives through their reality TV show, “We’re the Campbells,” which premiered in 2018.
Warryn Campbell Producer
Campbell’s work includes production and songwriting credits for Mary Mary, Kanye West, Alicia Keys, Xzibit, Yolanda Adams, Mos Def, Missy Elliott, Kierra Sheard, Brandy, Dave Hollister, Men of Standard, Mario, Kelly Price, Shanice, Dru Hill, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Musiq Soulchild and more.
Warryn Campbell Cancer | Campbell Health
In 2008, Campbell was diagnosed with kidney cancer and he had an emergency operation to remove one kidney. His wife Erica shared details about her husband’s brief battle with Renal Cel carcinoma, a form of kidney cancer in her blog for Essence.
Warryn Campbell Net Worth
The American record producer has an estimated net worth of $15 million.