Chris "The Glove" Taylor was a pioneer DJ and producer on the West Coast rap scene in the 1980s Chris "The Glove" Taylor began his career as a Los Angeles area DJ. During his time as the DJ of the world famous Club Radio, ChristheGlove appeared in the movies; Breakin, and Breakin 2 as himself alongside Ice-T. Placing songs in the Breakin movies and producing on the soundtracks gave him his first multi platinum sales awards.
Shortly after, Glove began working with Dr. Dre. This began a relationship that spawned multiple Grammy Awards and millions in record sales with artists such as Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tupac, Ice Cube and Xzibit, and production work on the groundbreaking "The Chronic" and "Doggystyle" CDs. As part of Death Row Records and The Aftermath imprint, Glove produced several artists and songs along with Dr. Dre including the hit singles: "Phone Tap" by "The Firm" which featured Nas, AZ and Foxy Brown, "Doggy Dogg World" by Snoop Doggy Dogg, "Hello" by N.W.A., "Xplosive" by Dr. Dre and more.
Chris The Glove has been music supervisor for the television series "Played By Fame", "Tiny & Toya", "Frankie & Neffie" and "Monica-Still Standing". As a programmer and composer, Glove has worked on many hit series including "The Parkers", "All Of Us", "Just Jordan", "One On One", "Lincoln Heights", "Second Time Around" and "Love,Inc." Also as Asst. composer and programmer/songwriter with True Music, Glove has placements on multiple prime time television shows including: Empire, The Real Husbands of Hollywood, N.C.I.S. Los Angeles, Totally T-Boz, Beverly Hills 90210, Gossip Girl, America's Top Model, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, Lie To Me, Bad Girls, MTV Cribs, Everybody Hates Chris, All Of Us, Girlfriends, Just Jordan, The Game, Who's Got Jokes, Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is, The Parkers, One On One, Lost, King Of Queens, Ghost Whisperer, Love Inc., Second Time Around, Play'D: A Hip Hop Story, Ballers, Cuts, Bet 25th Anniversary Special, Eve, Dance 360. with main titles (Theme Songs) on:
Dance 360 Love, Inc. Just Jordan Baxter and Maguire (Comedy Central Web Cast) The Michael Baisden Show Ballers Rapper Ice-T made his first appearances on Taylor's "Reckless" (from the 1984 breakdancing movie "Breakin'") and "Tibetan Jam" in 1983