[Musicians’ Galore] Wayne Hector

5 Jan

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Wayne Hector is a British songwriter who is best known for his work with pop artists such as Nicki Minaj (“Starships”), One Direction (“Steal My Girl”), The Wanted (“Glad You Came”), Olly Murs (“You Don’t Know Love”), Jess Glynne (“Take Me Home”), Cover Drive (“Sparks”), The Vamps (“Last Night”), Anne-Marie (“Alarm”) and The Veronicas (“On Your Side”).

His extensive resume boasts further works with Melodi Brown (“Naked”), Carrie Underwood (“I Just Can’t Live a Lie”), Toni Braxton (“Woman”), Craig David (“Just My Imagination”), Britney Spears (“Out from Under”), Christina Aguilera (“Just a Fool”), Fleur East (“Serious”), Sean Paul (“Hey Baby”), Emeli Sande (“Highs & Lows”) and Jason Derulo (“Time of Our Life”).

Amongst the fellow songwriters Hector has teamed up with are Michelle Bell, Ali Tennant, Ina Wroldsen, Ed Drewett, Shelly Peiken, Iain James, Ayak Thiik, Claude Kelly, Autumn Rowe, Ross Golan, Camille Purcell, Talay Riley, Julie Frost, Eric Bellinger, Victoria Horn, Shep Solomon, Erika Nuri, Clarence Coffee Jr., Hillary Lindsey, Jacob Attwooll, Stacy Barthe, and Bryn Christopher.

He also collaborated with top producers including Soulshock & Karlin, Cutfather, Bloodshy & Avant, Future Cut, RedOne, Mojam, Digital Farm Animals, Robopop, Stargate, Benny Blanco, Kasper Larsen, Ricky Reed, TMS, Jack Splash, Fraser T. Smith, Chuck Harmony, Wayne Wilkins, Toby Gad, Rodney Jerkins, Greg Kurstin, Jonas Jeberg, Richard Stannard, David Guetta, and Steve Mac.

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

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