Odell Vickers Jr. is a Louisiana-based musician who was an in-house musician for Cash Money Records before moving over to No Limit Records.One of the most notable contributions by Odell was his keyboard work on the Mannie Fresh-produced "Drag ’Em N Da River" by U.N.L.V., a Mystikal diss song at the time.
Odell produced a lot of harsh theme dramatic tracks that played on various No Limit movies, including C-Murder first and second albums intro's & outro's. He sang on many Beats By The Pound-produced albums for artists such as C-Murder, Master P, Mystikal, Mr. Serv-On and Mia X.Odell also has a song and video from "Foolish Soundtrack" called "Nothing Stays The Same" featuring Porsha. Present day today Odell has his own record label called Dellsong Music, which he produces and sings on a couple of songs. Also has a artist named Khali which he is feature singing on some tracks off his album "Tragedy And Hope".