David Brook (songwriter)

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David Brook is a Grammy Award[1] winning American Songwriter from Marblehead, Massachusetts. He is best known for co-writing Eminem's Legacy, Jason Derulo's "Broke" featuring Stevie Wonder and Keith Urban, Charlie Puth's Some Type of Love, and OneRepublic & Galantis 's Bones". Upon graduating Northeastern University, David moved to New York City where he was signed to Universal Music Publishing Group.[2]

Selected Songwriting discography[edit]

Artist Song Album (label year)
Eminem "Legacy" The Marshall Mathers LP2 (Interscope 2013)
Jason Derulo "Broke" featuring Stevie Wonder & Keith Urban Everything is 4 (Warner Bros. 2015)
Charlie Puth "Some Type Of Love" Nine Track Mind (Atlantic 2016)
Coyote Kisses "Waiting for You" feat. Madison Love (Big Beat/Atlantic 2016)
Mr. Probz ”Space for Two" (RCA 2018)
Gia Woods "Jump The Fence" (Disruptor/Sony Records 2019)
One Republic & Galantis "Bones" (Big Beat/Atlantic 2019)
Kygo & Chelsea Cutler "Not Ok" (RCA/Ultra 2019)



References[edit]

  1. ^ http://boston.forward.com/articles/186649/he-wrote-the-song/
  2. ^ "Universal Music Publishing". www.umpg.com. Retrieved 2016-03-04.