Allan Eshuijs

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Allan Eshuijs
OriginZaanstad, Netherlands
GenresPop, Dance music, Electronic music, Dance-pop
Occupation(s)songwriter, producer
Years active2000–present
Associated actsChris Willis, Chad Wolf, Curtis Richa, Gary Pine, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Tiesto, Lost Frequencies, Fedde Le Grand, Cascada, Madcon, Estelle, Do, Taio Cruz, Macy Gray, Tjeerd Oosterhuis

Allan Eshuijs (born 31 May 1976, Zaanstad) is a Dutch songwriter, (vocal) producer and vocalist. He started his songwriting career writing mainly for Dutch and German artists, including Cascada, Yvonne Catterfeld, Ch!pz and Sandy Mölling, but he now also works with US and international artists such as Madcon, Estelle, Taio Cruz, Lost Frequencies, Fedde Le Grand, Dannii Minogue and Macy Gray. His most successful hits to date are "Crazy"[1] by Lost Frequencies & Zonderling, "Evacuate the Dancefloor" by Cascada, which reached #1 in the UK and the Netherlands, and Ch!pz' "1001 Arabian Nights".


Vocalist and music production[edit]

Eshuijs began his career as a vocalist after obtaining a bachelor's degree in Vocal Performance at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam in 2000.[2] He founded the music production company GEMINI Music and started working as a backing vocalist and keyboardist for a number of successful national and international artists, including Oleta Adams, Jocelyn Brown, Trijntje Oosterhuis, Candy Dulfer and Ruth Jacott.


Song Artist Released Chart Position
Don't Look Away Chemical Surf feat. Allan Eshuijs 2018
Crazy Lost Frequencies feat. Zonderling 2017 Nr. 1 German Airplay Chart, Nr 1 Belgian Airplay Chart
Spread The Fire Lost Stories (DJs) feat. Marc Wulf 2017
Go 2.0 Burak Yeter feat. Ryan Riback 2017
Happy Burak Yeter 2016
Send Her My Love Lost Frequencies 2016
Down On Me Fedde Le Grand 2016
Dreamin' Ralvero & Kill The Buzz 2015
Once You Go Up Nungwi 2015
Feel Good Ladies of Soul 2015
Hollywood Kinderen voor Kinderen 2015
Dit Is Pas Het Begin Katrina (Junior Songfestival 2015) 2015
The Harder They Fall Joey Dale 2015
Make It Count Fame Academy (NL) 2015
Not Our Day To Die Do 2015
Anything Goes Disfunktion 2015
Oxygen Bass Modulators 2015
Una Noche Alessandro 2015
Flaschengeist Tanja Kreutmayer & Kilian Scheyer 2014
Madness Cascada feat. Tris 2014
Wings Tom Swoon feat. Taylor Renee 2013
Never Comes Back Reepublic 2013
Where Nobody's Gone Before Madcon feat. Estelle 2013
Shameless Luca Hänni 2013
Jump Start The Party Luca Hänni 2013
Don't Stay It's Too Late Luca Hänni 2013
In Libben Yn'e Rock & Roll Johannes Rypma 2013
Till The Morning Alina (Dance) 2013
Let Out Da Freak Spencer & Hill feat. Mimoza 2012
A Stalker Rochelle Perts 2012
Touching A Stranger Wildboyz 2011
My Miss America Jedward 2011
Kom Terug Bij Mij Jaap Reesema 2011
I Hate Goodbyes Jaap Reesema 2011
Stalker Cascada 2011
Au Revoir Cascada 2011
Secret Girl Ralf Mackenbach 2010
Doe De Smoove! Ralf Mackenbach 2010 Nr. 55 Dutch Single Top 100
Ik Leef Mijn Droom Gerard Joling 2010 Nr. 1 Dutch Single Top 100
Alweer Een Goal Gerard Joling 2010 Nr. 6 Dutch Single Top 100
Under Arrest Danzel 2010
Pyromania Cascada 2010
Click Clack Ralf Mackenbach 2009 Nr. 7 Dutch Single Top 100
Je Bent Bij Me Raf van Brussel 2009
Zolang Je Winnen Kan Quincy 2009 Nr. 21 Dutch Single Top 100
She Knows Jozephine 2009
Meer Dan Een Fantasie Jim 2009
What About Me Cascada 2009
Ready Or Not Cascada 2009
Evacuate The Dancefloor Cascada 2009 Nr. 7 Dutch Single Top 100
Sterker Dan Ooit Antje Monteiro 2009 Nr. 18 Dutch Single Top 100
Memory Of Us Udo 2008
Afterparty Cru5h 5 2007
Perfect Day Cascada 2007
Kenn Ich Dich Yvonne Catterfeld 2006
Can't Stop The Rain Cascada 2006
Love Is Killing Me Do 2004 Nr. 11 Dutch Single Top 100
1001 Arabian Nights Ch!pz 2004 Nr. 1 Dutch Single Top 100


  1. ^ "Lost Frequencies celebrates billion streams with new single Crazy". DJ Mag. 24 November 2017. Retrieved Feb 5, 2018.
  2. ^ "Interview with Allan Eshuijs". HitQuarters. 6 September 2010. Archived from the original on 29 March 2012. Retrieved Sep 7, 2010.