Ernest Dion Wilson, professionally known as No I.D. (also known as Immenslope), is an American hip hop and R&B music producer from Chicago, Illinois. Wilson is also a disc jockey (DJ), music arranger and rapper, having released an album in 1997, titled Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album), under Relativity Records. He is perhaps best known for his early work with Chicago-based rapper Common. He has since become a heavily sought-out and high-profile producer, producing hit singles such as "Smile" by G-Unit, "Outta My System" and "Let Me Hold You" by Bow Wow, "Heartless" by Kanye West, "D.O.A. (Death of Auto-Tune)" by Jay-Z, Daughters by Nas and "My Last" by Big Sean. Wilson, who has served as a musical mentor for several artists, such as Kanye West, is considered "The Godfather of Chicago hip hop".