Lindy Robbins

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Lindy Robbins
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Pop, rock, R&B, dance, EDM, country
Occupation(s) Songwriter (lyric and melody)
Associated acts 5 Seconds Of Summer, MKTO, Jason Derulo, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez, One Direction

Lindy Robbins is a multi-platinum selling songwriter from Los Angeles, whose hits include David Guetta single "Dangerous" feat Sam Martin", MKTO's "Classic", Demi Lovato's "Skyscraper", Hot Chelle Rae's #1 single "Tonight, Tonight" and Jason Derulo's hit single "It Girl", as well as songs recorded by One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer and Leona Lewis (feat OneRepublic).


Lindy started singing with her late, gifted musician father Wally when she was three-years-old, and was an acclaimed performer in NYC and LA before becoming a full time, award winning and multi-platinum selling songwriter in 1997. Robbins now resides in Los Angeles, California.[1]


Lindy Robbins' current and recent radio hits include the worldwide hit David Guetta single "Dangerous" feat Sam Martin", as well as the remix featuring Martin, Chris Brown and Trey Songz,[2] Classic" by MKTO, "Slow Down" by Selena Gomez, "Skyscraper" by Demi Lovato, the Hot Chelle Rae hit "Tonight, Tonight" (ASCAP Pop Award Winner) and the follow up hit "I Like It Like That" featuring New Boyz, Jason Derulo's top 10 worldwide hit single "It Girl", "Miss Movin' On" by Fifth Harmony, and "Invincible" by Borgeous.[3]

She is also well known for writing the top 5 hit singles "Incomplete" by the Backstreet Boys, "What's Left of Me" (ASCAP Pop Award Winner) by Nick Lachey, and the 2006 Disney Song of the Year, "Cinderella" by The Cheetah Girls.

Other key releases include songs recorded by One Direction, 5 Seconds of Summer, Leona Lewis, One Republic, R5, Faith Hill, Anastasia, Brandy, Jason Mraz, Jordin Sparks, Lucy Hale, Shaggy, Nicole Scherzinger, Westlife, Gloriana, Matthew Morrison, Big Time Rush, Lee DeWyze, Kris Allen, David Cook, Lisa Loeb, Jesse McCartney, Guy Sebastian, Clay Aiken, Toni Braxton, Monica and Audra McDonald. [4]



Nova Rockafeller Made in Gold (single) Writer
Borgeous They Don't Know Us (single) Writer


David Guetta feat Sam Martin Dangerous (single) Writer
David Guetta feat Trey Songz, Chris Brown and Sam Martin Dangerous Part 2 Writer
Prince Royce Perdóname Writer
Selena Gomez Mas Writer
Bella Thorne Paperweight Writer
Ella Henderson Beautifully Unfinished Writer
Cash Cash Surrender (single) Writer
G.R.L. Don't Talk About Love Writer
MKTO Classic (single); American Dream (single); Heartbreak Holiday; Wasted; Goodbye song Writer
5 Seconds Of Summer Heartbreak Girl Writer
Breathe Carolina feat. Karmin Bang it Out (single) Writer
Borgeous Invincible (single); Wildfire (single) Writer
Lucy Hale Kiss Me Writer
The Vamps Lovestruck Writer
Girls Generation Goodbye Writer
Roxanna Close Your Eyes (single) Writer


Selena Gomez Slow Down (single); Undercover Writer
One Direction Half a Heart Writer
Demi Lovato Firestarter; Warrior Writer
Fifth Harmony Miss Movin' On (single) Writer
R5 Loud (single); (I can't) Forget About You (single); Fallin For You; One Last Dance; I Want U Bad; Love Me Like That Writer
Sam Bailey Skyscraper (single) Writer
Stooshe Your Own Kind Of Beautiful; Jimmy Writer
Union J Beethoven; Save The Last Dance; Where Are You Now; Skyscraper Writer
David Archuleta Nothing Else Better To Do Writer


One Direction Summer Love; Truly Madly Deeply; Taken Writer
Breathe Carolina Hit and Run (single) Writer
Big Time Rush If I Ruled The World (feat. Iyaz) (single); Cover Girl Writer
Kris Allen Blindfolded Writer
Blush feat. Snoop Dogg Undivided (single) Writer


Demi Lovato Skyscraper (single) Writer[5]
Jason Derulo It Girl (single) Writer
Hot Chelle Rae Tonight, Tonight (single); I Like it Like That (single feat. New Boyz); Beautiful Freaks; Radio (feat. Bei Major) Writer
Javier Colon Stitch By Stitch (single) Writer
Days Difference Down With Me (single) Writer
David Cook Hard To Believe Writer
Victoria Justice All I Want Is Everything (single) Writer
Matthew Morrison Don't Stop Dancing Writer
Bridgit Mendler Somebody (single) Writer
Girls Generation You-a-holic Writer


Selena Gomez and the Scene A Year Without Rain (single); Intuition Writer
Big Time Rush Stuck; I Know You Know (feat. Cymphonique) Writer


Leona Lewis (feat. OneRepublic) Lost Then Found Writer
Demi Lovato Here We Go Again (single); Everything You're Not Writer
Westlife No More Heroes Writer
Gloriana The World is Ours Tonight (single); Come and Save Me Writer
Selena Gomez and the Scene More; I Don't Miss You At All; I Promise You Writer
Jordin Sparks Let it Rain; Papercut; Emergency (911); Faith Writer
Kris Allen Before We Come Undone; I Need to Know Writer
Elliot Yamin You Say; How Do I Know Writer


Brandy Human; Gonna Find My Love Writer
Jason Mraz/Van Hunt/Jon McLaughlin Something To Believe In Writer


Backstreet Boys Inconsolable (single); You Can Let Go; Everything But Mine; One in a Million; Any Other Way; In Pieces; Downpour Writer
Jordin Sparks Next to You; Permanent Monday Writer
JC Chasez You Ruined Me (single) Writer


Nick Lachey What's Left of Me (single); I Can't Hate You Anymore (single); Resolution (single) Writer
Taylor Hicks Just To Feel That Way (single) Writer
Guy Sebastian Unbreakable (single) Writer


Backstreet Boys Incomplete (single) Writer
Shaggy feat. Nicole Scherzinger Supa Hypnotic Writer
Jesse McCartney Best Day of My Life Writer


The Cheetah Girls Cinderella (single) Writer [6]
Monica Just Another Girl (single) Writer
Clay Aiken Shine; I Will Carry You Writer


Faith Hill Back To You Writer
Lisa Loeb The Way It Really Is Writer


Anastacia I Dreamed You Writer


A-1 No More (single) Writer
Audra McDonald Was That You Writer


Michael Feinstein feat. Maynard Ferguson The Rhythm of the Blues Writer


Audra McDonald The Allure of Silence Writer



  1. ^ "American Songwriter Interview". AMERICAN SONGWRITER. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Chris Brown Trey Songz news". Direct Lyrics. Retrieved 8 December 2014. 
  3. ^ "Advanced Alternative Media". AAM. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 
  4. ^ "ASCAP Radar Report". ASCAP. Retrieved 2 August 2014. 
  5. ^ "Skyscraper (song) Wiki page". Wikipedia. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  6. ^ "Cinderella (song) Wiki page". Wikipedia. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 
  7. ^ "Allmusic Lindy Robbins credit". Allmusic. Retrieved 10 August 2014. 

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