Khaliq Glover (also known as Khaliq-O-Vision) is aGrammy Winning Recording Engineer (2001 – Marcus Miller/M2), Producer and Songwriter based in Los Angeles, CA. He began working for Kenny Rogers at Lion Share Studios from 1982 through 1986 as an apprentice to learn engineering from the top engineers in the music industry (such as Humberto Gatica, Tommy Vicari, and John Guess). He soon became a 1st engineer on records byJermaine Jackson, Donna Summer, Kenny Rogers, Jeffrey Osborne, and many others.
He was also one of the many engineers to participate on the”We Are The World” project produced by Quincy Joneswith an all star cast including Michael Jackson, Lionel Richie, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Diana Ross, and many more.
Khaliq received a Grammy Award in 2001-2002 for the legendary Bassist/Producer Marcus Miller’s M2 album and has received Participation Certificates as a Producer and Engineer for some Grammy nominated albums (see below). He also did recording and mixing on the album “Beautiful World” by 7 time Grammy Award winning vocal group Take 6 (produced by Marcus).
Recent projects include working with Prince, and Justin Timberlake, as well as doing engineering and production duties for Herbie Hancock including his collaboration CD “Possibilities” with artists such as John Mayer, Christina Aguilera, Stevie Wonder, Santana, Sting, Brian Eno, Annie Lennox, and others and also Herbie’s “Future To Future” album and “Future To Future-Live” DVD.
Other clients include Smokey Robinson, Jeffrey Osborne, B2K, Narada Michael Walden, Kenny Lattimore, Faith Evans, Theolonious Monk Institute of Jazz, and more.
Khaliq-O-Vision recorded, mixed, and produced on Jeffrey’s Grammy Nominated album “That’s For Sure” in 2000 – 2001 and produced 2 albums for the “Rance Allen Group”. The first album, entitled”Phenomenon”, logged 15 weeks at #1 in Billboard on the contemporary gospel chart and that album wasnominated for a Grammy Award in 1991 and also the follow up album entitled “You Make Me Wanna Dance”.