Red-hot producer Alex Da Kid, the man behind hits like 'Love the Way You Lie' and 'Airplanes,' is bringing his KIDinaKORNER label to Interscope Records.

The producer, born Alexander Grant, said in a press release that he looks forward to working with Interscope boss Jimmy Iovine to help young artists grow:

"Developing artists that influence and shape popular culture in an authentic way has always been a huge goal of mine. Jimmy Iovine understands that and has been a true mentor to me over the past year. I look forward to continuing all the success we have already had together."

Iovine added, "Interscope has always been committed to great producers, and I think in Alex we found one that will be around for a long time."

In just the past two years, Alex won a Grammy for his work on Eminem's 'Recovery' album and has been responsible for hits like Diddy-Dirty Money's 'Coming Home,' B.o.B's 'Airplanes,' Nicki Minaj's 'Massive Attack,' Dr. Dre's 'I Need a Doctor' and Lupe Fiasco's 'Words I Never Said.'

KIDinaKORNER's first release will be the new record by Skylar Grey, which includes the buzz single 'Dance Without You.'

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