Lindy Robbins

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Lindy Robbins
Origin Los Angeles, California
Genres Pop, rock, R&B, dance, theatre, country
Occupations Songwriter (lyric and melody)

Lindy Robbins is a songwriter from Los Angeles.

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Robbins resides in Los Angeles, California.[1] Her current and recent radio hits include "Classic" by MKTO, "Slow Down" by Selena Gomez, "Skyscraper" by Demi Lovato (also the UK Christmas number one by Sam Bailey), the Hot Chelle Rae hit "Tonight, Tonight", Jason Derulo's top 10 worldwide hit single "It Girl", "Miss Movin' On" by Fifth Harmony, "Invincible" by Borgeous and "Close Your Eyes" by Roxanna.[2] She is also known for writing the worldwide hit single "Incomplete" by the Backstreet Boys, the award winning top 5 single "What's Left of Me" by Nick Lachey, and the 2003 Disney Song of the Year, "Cinderella" by The Cheetah Girls.

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