Instructor, Facilities Coordinator
With over eighteen years producing and engineering in the music industry, Lovell Cooper holds a wealth of knowledge and experience in hip-hop and urban music production. One of the most recognized locally-based producer, his work with triple-platinum rap artist Baby Boy achieved huge commercial success, including a RIAA Platinum-certified single. U-P co-founded New Orleans-based Extreme Entertainment, which later became a subsidiary of Universal Records.
Currently, Lovell is working on a new album for New Orleans rapper Dappa, and is creating an album to fundraise for Song of a Saint, a mentoring program for boys aged 9 to 13 with incarcerated or deceased fathers where U-P also volunteers. He joined the School of Music Industry in 2014 as a part-time instructor, teaching courses in urban music production. In 2015, he also became the full-time Facilities Coordinator of the department's recording and film studios, where he oversees daily operations.
Loyola University New Orleans
School of Music Industry
6363 St. Charles Ave.
Campus Box 122
New Orleans, LA 70118