[Musicians’ Galore] Priscilla Renea

15 Dec

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Priscilla Renea Hamilton is an American singer-songwriter.

She is known for co-writing singles including “Promise This” (Cheryl), “Who Says” (Selena Gomez), “Thumbs” (Sabrina Carpenter), “California King Bed” (Rihanna), “Infinity” (Mariah Carey), “V.S.O.P.” (K. Michelle), “Don’t Mind” (Mary J. Blige), “Worth It” (Fifth Harmony), “Don’t Wake Me Up” (Chris Brown), “Bacon” (Nick Jonas), “Popular Song” (Mika) and “Timber” (Pitbull).

Her extensive resume boasts further works with Kelly Rowland (“Work it Man”), Melanie Fiona (“Running”), Chrisette Michele (“Snow”), Tamar Braxton (“Tip Toe”), Demi Lovato (“Fix a Heart”), Bridgit Mendler (“All I See is Gold”), Charlie Puth (“River”), Miranda Lambert (“Somethin’ Bad”), Fantasia Barrino (“When I Met You”) and Sabi (“Where They Do That At?”).

Amongst the fellow songwriters Renea has teamed up with are Jean Baptiste Kouame, Meleni “Polly A.” Smith, Breyan Isaac, Simon Wilcox, LaShawn Daniels, Anne Preven, Jaramye Daniels, Taylor Parks, Andre Merritt, Ilsey Juber, Justin Tranter, Alja Jackson, Thomas Lumpkins, and Erika J. Coulter.

Moreover, she has collaborated with top producers such as Soulshock & Karlin, Rodney Jerkins, William Orbit, Steve Mac, Salaam Remi, Jerry Duplessis, Wayne Wilkins, Greg Wells, Toby Gad, Warren “Oak” Felder, Andrew “Pop” Wansel, Steve Mostyn, Diplo, Alan Nglish, Nolan Lambroza, Eric Hudson, Dapo Tormiro, Alex Da Kid, David Guetta, Robopop, Al Shux, Da Internz, Captain Cuts, Mattman & Robin, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, and Stargate.

Hope you enjoy the following playlist dedicated to Renea’s work!

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