Alex Hope (songwriter)

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Alex Hope
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Background information
Birth nameAlexandra Hope Robotham
Born (1993-11-29) 29 November 1993 (age 25)
London, United Kingdom
GenresPop
Occupation(s)Songwriter, producer, musician, singer
InstrumentsGuitar, bass, vocals, piano
Years active2012–present
LabelsSony ATV Music Publishing
Associated actsTroye Sivan, Broods, Wrabel
Websitehttp://www.alexhope.com.au

Alexandra Hope Robotham (born 29 November 1993), professionally known as Alex Hope, is an Australian ARIA and APRA Award winning producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. She is the daughter of the Gold Dagger awarded author Michael Robotham.

Career[edit]

Alex worked as a producer and writer on Troye Sivan's debut album, Blue Neighbourhood, released in December 2015, and featured as a vocalist on the song 'BLUE'. 'Youth' won Song of the Year at the 2016 ARIA Awards,[1] where Alex was also nominated for Producer of the Year and Engineer of the Year for her work on Blue Neighbourhood.[2]

In 2016, Alex was named Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year at the APRA Awards.[3] In 2017, she became an APRA ambassador [4] and was included in the Spotify 'Secret Genius' campaign as the ambassador for Australia.[5]

Alex is known for her work with a variety of artists including Troye Sivan, Tina Arena, Taylor Henderson, Wrabel, Tove Lo, Jack Antonoff and Broods.[6] [7]

Alex Hope was highlighted for her achievement during the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, alongside Ciara, Audra Mae and Taylor Parks, in partnership with Uber.

Full Discography[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Album Credits
2018 "If I Killed Someone For You" Alec Benjamin Narrated For You Producer, Co-writer
"Chasing Daylight" Mikky Ekko Fame Co-writer
"Let You Down"
"What's It Like Now"
"Lucky Strike" Troye Sivan Bloom Producer, Co-writer
"If We Have Each Other" Alec Benjamin Narrated For You Producer, Co-writer
"Out For Love" Bayli TBA Producer, Co-writer
"M.Y.O.B."
"Back Up Plan" Plested TBA Producer, Co-writer
"Say" Ruel Ready EP Co-writer
"Hallucinate" Missy Higgins Solastalgia Co-writer, Producer
"Red Moon"
"Drink About" Seeb ft. Dagny Nice To Meet You Co-writer
"Strawberries & Cigarettes" Troye Sivan Love, Simon: OST Co-writer
"I Believe You" Fletcher TBA Producer, Co-writer
"Put It On Me" Matt Maeson The Hearse Co-writer, Additional Production
"What's It Like Now" Mikky Ekko Advance Copy EP Co-writer
"Howl" Years & Years Palo Santo Co-writer
2017 "Alien" Tomi Used To EP Producer, Co-writer
"hey, you got drugs?" Tove Lo Blue Lips Producer, Co-writer
"Tell Me Again" Jamie Lawson Happy Accidents Co-writer
2016 "Wild"
(featuring Alessia Cara)
Troye Sivan Blue Neighbourhood Producer, Co-writer
"11 Blocks" Wrabel We Could Be Beautiful EP Producer, Co-writer
"Something" Gnash Single Producer, Co-writer
"Hold the Line" Broods Conscious Producer, Co-writer
"Freak of Nature"
(featuring Tove Lo)
Producer
"Recovery" Co-producer, Co-writer
"One Thing" Nicole Miller Communication EP Producer, Co-writer
2015 "Wild" Troye Sivan Blue Neighbourhood Producer, Co-writer
"Fools" Co-writer
"Dkla"
(featuring Tkay Maidza)
Co-writer
"Cool" Producer, Co-writer
"Heaven"
(featuring Betty Who)
Co-writer
"Youth" Co-writer
"Too Good" Producer, Co-writer
"Blue"
(featuring Alex Hope)
Featured Artist, Producer, Co-writer
"Nirvana" Tuka Life Death Time Eternal Producer, Co-writer
"Right by You"
"My Star"
2014 "When You Were Mine" Taylor Henderson Burnt Letters Co-writer
"Already Gone"
"Brighter Days"
"Piece by Piece"
"The Best Part"
"Burnt Letters" Producer, Co-writer
"Fun" Troye Sivan TRXYE EP Co-writer
"Palace" Jessica Mauboy Beautiful Co-writer
"The Pause" Guy Sebastian Madness Co-writer
2013 "Patchwork Heart" Tina Arena Reset Co-writer
"Don't Look Back"
"Only Lonely"
"Lose Myself"
"Your Eyes" Jai Waetford Jai Waetford EP
"Borrow My Heart" Taylor Henderson Taylor Henderson

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/7588042/flume-troye-sivan-violent-soho-rule-2016-aria-awards
  2. ^ http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/flume-avalanches-pick-noms-2016-aria-artisan-awards/
  3. ^ http://www.news.com.au/entertainment/awards/apras-2016-sia-courtney-barnett-and-tame-impala-win-big-at-awards/news-story/a4a9978303bc3486760018400e963454 APRAS 2016
  4. ^ http://apraamcos.com.au/news/2017/october/10-quick-questions-with-ambassador-alex-hope/
  5. ^ https://news.spotify.com/do/2017/06/08/spotify-launches-secret-genius-to-celebrate-songwriters/
  6. ^ Moran, Jonathon (30 November 2013). "Sydney Confidential takes a look at some of Australia's most accomplished song writers". The Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2014-06-23.
  7. ^ Stone, Jake (13 June 2014). "FEATURE: Jake Stone interviews songwriter Alex Hope". Happy. Archived from the original on 18 June 2014. Retrieved 6 July 2014.

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