• Playa / Cheers 2 U (1998)
  • G.No aka The Latin Bird / From Paris 2 Louisville (2008)
  • Playa / Unreleased Compilation (2009)
  • Smoke N Kristi / Smoke N Kristi EP (2011)

  • Solo Albums
  • Personal, Pain, & Pleasure (2006)
  • Sittin On A Goldmine (2006)
  • The Truth In The Booth (2009)
  • R&B The Resurrection Vol. 1 (2009)
  • It's About Time: Bout Records Special Edition (2009)
  • Throwback Underground Ruff Mixes (2009)
  • R&B The Resurrection Vol. 2 (2010)

  • Singles | Features
  • Al Green / Could This Be The Love / Your Heart's In Good Hands (1995)
  • Jodeci / Can We Flo? / The Show, The After Party, The Hotel (1995)
  • Ginuwine / Pony / Ginuwine...the Bachelor (1996)
  • Da Bassment / Love You Down / The Nutty Professor Soundtrack (1996)
  • Playa / I Gotta Know ft Foxy Brown / Cut Killer Show 1 by DJ Cut Killer (Disc 2) (1997)
  • Playa / I Gotta Know ft Foxy Brown / Def Jam's How To Be A Player Soundtrack (1997)
  • Timbaland & Magoo / Joy / Welcome To Our World (1997)
  • Timbaland & Magoo / Smoke In Da Air / Welcome To Our World (1997)
  • Timbaland & Magoo / Luv 2 Luv U / Welcome To Our World (1997)
  • Timbaland & Magoo / Luv 2 Luv U (Remix) / Welcome To Our World (1997)
  • Playa / Birthday / Tim's Bio: Life From Da Bassment by Timbaland (1998)
  • Playa / Your Dress / Doctor Dolittle (1998)
  • Nicole Wray / Eyes Better Not Wander / Make It Hot (1998)
  • Nicole Wray / Raise Your Frown / Make It Hot (1998)
  • Nicole Wray / Testing Our Love (Suga) / Make It Hot (1998)
  • Keith Sweat / Love Jones / Still In The Game (1998)
  • Playa / Playboy Like Me / Blue Streak: The Album (1999)
  • Melanie G / Word Up! / Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me (1999)
  • Foxy Brown / The Birth of Foxy Brown / Chyna Doll (1999)
  • Dalvin Degrate / Dangerous / Met.A.Mor.Phic (2000)
  • Playa / Cheers 2 U / Love Soul by Various Artists (2000)
  • Playa / Woozy / Romeo Must Die: The Album (2000)
  • Kelly Price / Love Sets You Free / Mirror Mirror (2000)
  • Playa / Incense Burning / Exit Wounds: The Album (2001)
  • Playa / Never Too Late (2003)
  • Jeff Johnson / Body ft Smoke E. Digglera / Making My Name [Explicit] (2009)
  • NaturalSoul / Since You Been Gone ft Smoke E. Digglera (2009)
  • Smoke E. Digglera / Michael Jackson Tribute: Rock With You (2009)
  • Smoke E. Digglera / Michael Jackson Tribute: The Girl Is Mine ft G.No aka The Latin Bird (2009)
  • Smoke E. Digglera / Wiggle (2009)
  • SMOKE~N~BIG / Lil Mama (2009)
  • Jason Dowty / Never ft Todd White / Homegrown (2009)
  • Jason Dowty / Unfaithfully / Homegrown (2009)
  • Jason Dowty / Diamond Ring ft Smoke E. Digglera / Homegrown (2009)
  • Jason Dowty / Memory Lane / Homegrown (2009)
  • Kristi / Give My Luv 2 U ft Smoke E. Digglera (2009)
  • JD Green / Last Night ft Smoke E. Digglera / Diurnal: Movements (2010)
  • Nu Magik / Musik ft Smoke E. Digglera / The Vintage (2010)
  • Mz. Nay / Do You Want This ft Smoke E. Digglera / Hot (2010)
  • G.No aka The Latin Bird / Guard Down ft Smoke E. Digglera (2011)
  • JDL / Bye Haters Remix ft Boes, Smoke E. Digglera & AG The Hustla [Explicit] (2011)
  • Essa / Luv Your Body ft Smoke E. Digglera (2011)
  • Smoke E. Digglera / The Winner [Explicit] (2011)
  • Big Lotto / Top Shelf Chick ft Smoke E. Digglera [Explicit] (2011)
  • SMOKE~N~BIG / Mr. Right Now ft Playa (2011)
  • Drake / Look What You've Done / Take Care (2011)
  • Smoke E. Digglera / One In A Million (2012)

  • Performing Rights Organizations
  • Cavilicious Music (ASCAP)
  • Jawann Peacock (ASCAP)
  • SoundExchange

  • Performer & Musician Unions
  • AFM

  • Videos
    • Love U 4 Life (Jodeci) • Don't Stop The Music (Playa) • Cheers 2 U (Playa) • Same Ol' G (Ginuwine) • Up Jumps Da Boogie (Timbaland & Magoo) • Luv 2 Luv U (Timbaland & Magoo) • We At It Again (Timbaland & Magoo) • Are You That Somebody? (Aaliyah) • Miss U (Aaliyah)
    Biography Google+
    Smoke E. Digglera (born as Jawann Peacock, February 15, 1977) is an American singer, songwriter, producer and label owner. His music blends traditional Rhythm & Blues with elements of pop, hip-hop, jazz and the Motown. He rose to fame as lead singer of the R&B group Playa, whose hit single Cheers 2 U reached #3 on Billboard’s R&B / Hip Hop Chart. Their album, of the same name, is still viewed as a classic. After the group disbanded, Smoke E. Digglera formed his own record label, Bittersweet LLC., on which he released several solo projects and projects with artists he has signed to the label.

    The R&B group Playa formed in Louisville, Kentucky and consisted of Smoke E. Digglera, Static Major and Digital Black. Because of Smoke E. Digglera’s desire to form a singing group, he and Static Major met through a mutual friend at church in the late 80’s. Another friend brought Digital Black and Smoke E. Digglera together in the early 90’s, based on their vocal ability. Smoke E. Digglera and Static Major reconnected while visiting the University of Louisville campus and decided to form Playa. The group became a popular staple in the Louisville music scene. They got their big break when the Platinum selling R&B group Jodeci came to town for a concert. Playa managed to get back stage and was granted an impromptu audition for Jodeci founder and producer Devante Swing. He was impressed by their harmonies and style and agreed to take them under his wing.

    Da Bassment
    Under the guidance of Devante, Smoke E. Digglera, along with the members of Playa moved to Rochester, New York to work on their music. Devante assembled a mix of talented individuals that included Playa, girl groups Sista (which included Missy Elliot) and Suga (which included R&B artist Tweet), Timbaland and Ginuwine. This collective came to be known as Da Bassment. After years of singing, songwriting, producing and collaborating, Da Bassment artists had yet to be given a chance to release their material. This led to a steady stream of Da Bassment artists, including Smoke E. Digglera and Playa leaving the Rochester situation to pursue major record deals on their own.

    Cheers 2 U
    Playa eventually signed with Def Jam and released Cheers 2 U in 1998. The album, contained the hit single Cheers 2 U, which reached #3 on Billboard’s R&B/ Hip Hop Chart as well as radio favorites Don’t Stop The Music and Ms. Parker. During it’s run, the video for Cheers 2 U ( made history by becoming the most requested video on Black Entertainment Television (BET).

    Bittersweet, LLC.
    Because of the changing climate of the record business, and the disbandment of Playa, Smoke E. Digglera formed his Bittersweet, LLC. record company in 2000. Along with his own solo projects, Bittersweet, LLC. is home to G.No aka The Latin Bird, who is a Latin & Blues male artist from France & KRISTI Xi, an R&B / Pop female artist from Cardiff-Wales, UK.

    Solo Career
    Along with numerous writing and production projects, Smoke E. Digglera began releasing solo material in 2006. His first solo album, Personal, Pain, & Pleasure and his second full length album, Sittin' On A Goldmine was released that year. 2009 saw the release of his third album The Truth In The Booth which included the fan favorite, Angel. Later that year he released R&B The Resurrection Vol. 1, which is a collection of cover songs and originals. In July of 2009, Smoke E. Digglera released two Michael Jackson songs, under EMI & Gracie, in tribute to Jackson following his death. 2009 also saw the release of two more albums It's About Time: Bout Records Special Edition and Throwback Underground Ruff Mixes. In 2010, he followed up his R&B The Resurrection series by releasing Vol II. He has had involvement in many collaborations with artists as a featured artist/writer/producer and has gained many great reviews.

    Recent Projects
    Beginning in 2010, Smoke E. Digglera began hosting his own weekly artist showcase called Smoke E. Digglera's Smokin’ Sundays at various venues in Louisville. In April of 2011, he released a single called The Winner. Also in April 2011, Bittersweet, LLC. released the Smoke N Kristi EP, including Bittersweet artist KRISTI Xi, as well as Guard Down feat. Smoke E. Digglera by Bittersweet artist, G.No aka the Latin Bird. In June 2011, Smoke E. Digglera wrote and produced a song for Fortune 500, restaurant giant KFC in honor of Black Music Month. The song and video for Our Music Is Love can be seen on the KFC 360 website. Also, in 2011, Smoke E. Digglera contributed to hip hop star Drake's sophomore album entitled Take Care. The song Look What You've Done, which is a tribute that Drake recorded about his mother, features music written, produced, arranged and performed by Smoke E. Digglera. In 2013, Smoke E. Digglera won a Grammy for his contributions to the album for Best Rap Album.

    Musical Influences
    Smoke E. Digglera was influenced by traditional gospel, quartet gospel and old school R&B music. His musical heroes include Take 6, Rev. John P. Kee, The Canton Spirituals, Kim Burrell, and Jodeci to name a few. He channels those influences when he writes, records and produces.

    SMOKE E. DIGGLERA has worked with a variety of other artists, producers and writers. As an artist, producer, arranger, and writer, he has worked with:

    • Drake • Missy Elliott • Jodeci • Al Green • Tony Thompson (Hi-Five) • Aaliyah • Foxy Brown • Jazzy Pha • Kanye West • Timbaland • Magoo • Static Major • Ginuwine • Keith Sweat • Nicole Wray • Tweet • Blackstreet • Coko (SWV) • Kenny Lattimore • Jimmy Douglass (Slave) • Quindon Tarver • Stevie-J the Hitman • J-Dub • Budda • Pimp C of UGK • Too Short • Dave Hollister • Lil Flip • K-Ci & JoJo • The Hampton Brothers • Teddy Riley • Kelly Price • Dru Hill • Montell Jordan • Case • Lovher • Outsiderz 4 Life/Virginia Sound Design • Jason Dowty • Goodfella • Spice Girls • Mz. Nay • Pretty Ricky
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