David Siegel (musician)

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David "The Steelist" Siegel
Born Miami, Florida
Genres Hip hop, rock, pop, latin, jazz/fusion
Occupation(s) Producer, songwriter, musician
Instruments Keyboard, bass guitar
Years active 2000–present


[Twitter @davethesteelist]

David Siegel is an American producer, songwriter and musician based in Los Angeles, CA. He is best known for co-writing Escape recorded by Enrique Iglesias in 2002, as well as co-writing a three-times certified platinum song by the RIAA.[1] Whatever You Like recorded by T.I. in 2008, which remained #1 in the Billboard Hot 100 for seven non-consecutive weeks.[2]

Siegel placed #3 in the Top Ten Songwriters Chart listed in Billboard Magazine's First Publishers Quarterly Edition issued in May 2009.

He has songs written with writers/artists/producers such as: Beyonce, Kara DioGuardia, Christina Aguilera, Cathy Dennis, Shelly Peiken, Linda Perry, Shepp Soloman, Rico Love, Jim Jonsin, Mutt Lang, Rico Beats, Ron Fair, Steve Morales, Bilewa Mohammed, and Mike Caren.

He is the only writer/producer whose repertoire spans from pop divas such as Celine Dion/Christina Aguilera/Jessica Simpson, to rap artists the likes of Pusha T, T.I., and Soulja Boy. Not to mention doing work for several prominent Latin American crossover artists, as well as notable jazz artists like Kurt Elling and Arturo Sandoval.


Discography and song credits[edit]

Touring and television appearances[edit]

  • Flo Rida
  • Pit bull
  • Arturo Sandoval
  • Chayanne
  • SkeeTV
  • The Voice
  • Ellen
  • The View
  • Good Morning America
  • The Source Awards


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