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About Poo Bear
Poo Bear, born Jason Boyd, is an American record producer, singer and songwriter. He is famously associated with Canadian singer, Justin Bieber, having collaborated with him in penning many of his hits notable amongst them being Where Are Ü Now, What Do You Mean?, PYD, Hold Tight and All That Matters.
He also co-wrote Usher’s Caught Up. Prior to working with Bieber, he had earned his big break as a composer of Dance With Me and Peaches & Cream for R&B group, 112.
He migrated from Connecticut to Atlanta with his mother after they became homeless as a result of a tornado.
His single, Would You Ever received a Gold certification from Music Canada in 2017.
Besides Justin Bieber and Usher, Boyd has also co-written songs for artists such as Lady May, Amerie, Kelly Rowland, Chris Brown, Lupe Fiasco, Trey Songz, DJ Khaled, David Guetta, Mariah Carey and Jennifer Lopez.
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Poo Bear's Popularity
Poo Bear is a famous American songwriter, who was born on September 4, 1978. As a person born on this date, Poo Bear is listed in our database as the 37th most popular celebrity for the day (September 4) and the 140th most popular for the year (1978).
People born on September 4 fall under the Zodiac sign of Virgo, the Virgin. Poo Bear is the 980th most popular Virgo.
Aside from information specific to Poo Bear's birthday, Poo Bear is the 5881st most famous American.
In general, Poo Bear ranks as the 9581st most popular famous person, and the 38th most popular songwriter / composer of all time. “The Famous Birthdays” catalogs over 25,000 famous people, everyone, from actors to actresses to singers to tiktok stars, from serial killers to chefs to scientists to youtubers and more. If you're curious to see who was born on your birthday, you can use our database to find out who, what, where, when and why. You can search by birthday, birthplace, claim to fame or any other information by typing in the search box, or simply browse our site by selecting the month, the day, the horoscope, or any other clickable option.