Record Producer


Who is D'Mile?

Dernst "D'Mile" Emile II is an American songwriting music producer from Brooklyn, New York. Sometimes referred to as D. Emile, Dernst Emile II or Dee'Mile is most commonly known and accredited as D'Mile. According to his official Twitter profile he is signed & managed by Medinah Entertainment.

He made his major production debut on Rihanna's 2005 album Music of the Sun for which he produced & co-wrote "That La, La, La" with fellow Brooklyn hip-hop group Full Force. Later the same year he also made an appearance on Mary J. Blige's 2005 album The Breakthrough with the song "Gonna Breakthrough" which he co-wrote and produced.

He scored his first main chart success with Janet Jackson's tenth studio album, Discipline. He produced & co-wrote the lead single "Feedback" which reached number one on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Play chart, the R&B hit "Luv" as well as the album tracks "I.D.", "Truth or Dare" and "The Meaning".

Usher's 16-year old protégé, Justin Bieber sings on a D'Mile production, "Favorite Girl" which is the fourth single from the youngster's debut album My World. He is also listed as producing the R&B ballad "In the Morning" for Mary J. Blige's ninth album Stronger with Each Tear.

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on July 23, 2013


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