Theron Feemster aka Neff-U is a Grammy-award winning songwriter/ producer/ composer who has worked with Michael Jackson, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Ne-Yo, Justin Bieber, and Sia among countless others.

Born and raised in Grover, North Carolina, Theron started playing the drums and piano at 2 years old. Early on it was obvious that he was blessed with an incredible musical gift. Having grown up in his father’s non-denominational, North Carolina church, Neff-U's music performance led him from gospel to classical orchestras and symphonies to Top 40 mainstream music.


After graduating high school, Theron went on to Boston's well renowned Berklee College of Music. It was there in his dorm that he composed a musical composition that made its way into the hands of Will Smith, which became the theme song for Men In Black II. In 2001, Neff-U moved to Los Angeles where he came under the mentorship of both Dr. Dre and Michael Jackson and began working with artists across multiple genres over the next few years.  His work led him to sign a publishing deal with Universal Publishing where he continues to write and produce for major label artists, most recently Justin Bieber, Train, Khelani, David Guetta, Sofia Reyes, Fantasia and more, as well as for film and TV, including ads for Toyota and music scoring for FOX TV.