Traci Hale is an Atlanta-based American pop and R&B songwriter and vocalist who’s known for co-writing Mya’s “Case of the Ex,” Britney Spears’ “Selfish,” Nivea’s “Okay,” Rihanna’s “What’s My Name,” Brandy’s “Top of the World,” Nicole Scherzinger’s “Wet,” and Neon Hitch’s “Bad Dog.”
Hale’s extensive resume boasts further works with Usher (“Love Em All”), Keri Hilson (“Perfect World”), Sean Kingston (“Dutty Love”), Chante Moore (“You Can’t Leave Me”), Ginuwine (“How Far Will You Go”), Blu Cantrell (“The One”), Ray J (“Why I Lie”), Kandi Burruss (“Sucka for You”), Charlie Wilson (“I Can’t Let Go”), and Conor Maynard (“Word for Life”).
Fellow songwriters Hale has worked with are Ester Dean, Erika Nuri, Keri Hilson, Lucie Silvas, Penelope Magnet, Hillary Lindsey, Midian Mathers, LaShawn Daniels, J. Que, Thabiso Nkhereanye, Rico Love, and Ezekiel Lewis.
Hale also teamed up with producers Tricky Stewart, The-Dream, Jazze Pha, Rodney Jerkins, Fred Jerkins, Polow Da Don, Soundz, The Corna Boyz, Lil Jon, Benny Blanco, Future Cut, Syience, Bryan Michael Cox, Kendrick “Wyldcard” Dean, Scott Storch, Kwame Holland, Brett James, Nathan Chapman, Troy Verges, Sandy Vee, Cutfather, Peter Wallevik, and Stargate.
Hope you enjoy the following playlist dedicated to Traci Hale’s work!