Herbie Crichlow

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Herbie Crichlow
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Herbie Diamond Crichlow
Background information
Birth name Herbert St. Clair Crichlow
Born (1968-11-26) 26 November 1968 (age 49)
Great Britain
Genres Pop, dance-pop, pop rock, R&B, Europop
Occupation(s) Songwriter, producer, singer
Associated acts Backstreet Boys, Denniz Pop, Max Martin, E-Type, Leila K, Five, Shinee, Super Junior, Ulrich Munther, The Fooo, Stan Walker, Stefanie Hienzmann, F(x), Faky, Danny Fernandes, Abraham Mateo

Herbert "Herbie" Crichlow (born 26 November 1968) is a four-time ASCAP-awarded British music producer and songwriter living in Sweden. Born in England and raised in Barbados, he is best known for his multiple diamond, platinum and gold awarded works. He is also known for his written collaborations with Max Martin, RedOne, Grammy award winner David Franks and Denniz Pop. In 1997, he was awarded the UN Non Violence project Special Award for outstanding works.[1] Crichlow has crafted hits for pop artists like Backstreet Boys, Robyn, Leila K, The Fooo, Drain STH, Five, Al Dimeola and Jessica Folcker, amongst many others. His songs have been Grammy nominated five times.[2]

Discography[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • Mykl – "Vitamin"
  • Zayn – "TiO"
  • Rita Ora – "Kiss Me " (Fifty Shades Darker)
  • CLIQ featuring Alika – "Wavey"
  • Backstreet Boys – "Show Me The Meaning Of Being Lonely"
  • Backstreet Boys – "Quit Playing Games with My Heart"
  • Backstreet Boys – "Nobody But You"
  • Backstreet Boys – "That's The Way I Like It"
  • Backstreet Boys – "We've Got It Going On"
  • Aleandra Burke – "Gotta Go"
  • O-Town – "Sensitive"
  • 3T – Brotherhood – "Gotta Be You"
  • Robyn – Robyn is Here – "Do You Know (What It Takes)"
  • Stefanie Heinzmann – "Diggin' in the Dirt"
  • Sweet California – "GoodLovin"
  • Danny Fernandes – "Overdose"
  • Red Velvet – "Oh Boy"
  • LYSA – "Lights On"
  • Maja featuring Herbie –"All Night"
  • Igloo featuring River – "Never Gonna Take U Back"
  • JIMNY Featuring Ruby Prophet – "Waves"
  • Momo Wu – "My Lips"
  • Faky – "Girl Digger"
  • F(x) – "Toy"
  • TVXQ – "Y3K"
  • Taeyeon – "Up & Down"
  • Shinee – "Destination"
  • Shinee – "Like a Fire"
  • Shinee – "Punch Drunk Love"
  • Super Junior – "Stand Up"
  • Jane Zhang – "Together"
  • 9 Muses – "Hurt Locker"
  • W-ind – "Candle Light"
  • W-Ind –"Midnight Venus"
  • Andy Abrahams – "All around the world"
  • Baseballs – " Let it Go"
  • Private – "Hell aint a bad place to be"
  • Krishane – "Inconsiderate"
  • The Fooo conspiracy – "Build a girl"
  • The Fooo conspiracy – "Fridays are Forever"
  • The Fooo conspiracy – "Jump"
  • Al Di-meola – "Shame" feat. Joe
  • Al Di-meola – "That's the truth" feat. Angie Stone
  • Ulrich Munther – "Crash test Dummies"
  • Stan Walker – "Bully" (feat. Herbie Crichlow)
  • Abraham Mateo – "Señorita"
  • Nataliya – "Gone To Stay"
  • Ng3 Featuring Snap – "Ooops Up"
  • Abraham Mateo – "Who I Am"
  • Kat De Luna – "You Are Only Mine "
  • O-town – "Sensitive"
  • Jessica Folker – "Tell Me Why"
  • Jessica Folker – "Tell Me What You Like"
  • Drain STH – Freaks Of Nature – "Simon Says"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Open Sesame"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Carousel"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Slow Motion"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Glam"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Check the Dan"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Pyramid"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Massively Massive"
  • Leila K – Carousel – "Close Your Eyes"
  • Leila K – Manic Panic – "Electric"
  • Leila K – Manic Panic – "Rude Boy" (feat. Papa Dee)
  • Leila K – Manic Panic – "Come on now"
  • E-Type – Made in Sweden – "Hold Your Horses"
  • E-Type – Made in Sweden – "Me No Want Miseria"
  • 5ive – "It's The Things You Do"
  • 5ive – "Slam Dunk (Da Funk)"
  • 5ive – official song for the N.B.A 1998
  • 5ive – "Everybody Get Up"
  • 5ive – "Partyline 555-online"
  • 5ive – "Shake"
  • 5ive – "My Song"
  • 5ive – "Straight up Funk"
  • 5ive – "Serious"
  • De De – Metaphor "Next To your Heart"
  • De De – Metaphor "I'm In Love"
  • De De – "What Am I Gonna Do"
  • DeDe – I Do – "Say Say Say"
  • DeDe – I Do – "My Lover"
  • De De – "Party"
  • Chuck Anthony – "Baby Come Back"
  • Hatty Keane – "Pointless"
  • Hatty Keane – "In Your Arms"
  • Herbie – "The Rush"
  • Herbie Featuring Maja – "Silver Surfer"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Big Funky Dealer"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Change"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Come Together"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Gangs to the Max"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Rainbow Child"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Right Type of Mood"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Pickit up"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Jessica"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "Free"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "The Skank"
  • Herbie – Fingers – "I Believe"
  • Ng3 – "Holler"
  • Ng3 – "Tainted Love"
  • Ng3 – "Ready Or Not"
  • Ng3 – "The Anthem"
  • Ng3 – "Keep Yo Head Up"
  • Ng3 – "Rumors"
  • Ng3 – "Ng3 for Life"
  • Ng3 – "Nasty Girls"
  • Ng3 – "My Way"
  • Waldos People – "Bounce"
  • Ewa Farna – "Poznasz mnie, bo to ja"
  • Ewa Farna – "Nemám na vybranou (I'm in love)"
  • Dana Dragomir *Pan Dana – "One man Woman"
  • Ewa Farna – " Poznasz mnie, bo to ja"
  • Ewa Farna – "Nemám na vybranou (I'm in love)"
  • Northern Line – "Run For Your Life"
  • Supernatural – "Rock U"
  • Supernatural – "Kryptonite"
  • Supernatural – "Supernatural"
  • Supernatural – "I'm Gonna Love you"
  • Supernatural – "Show me"
  • Supernatural – "Code Red"
  • Supernatural – "Don’t Pop me Down"
  • Supernatural – "Closer I get to you"
  • Supernatural – "Dance”
  • The Graaf Sisters – Graaf – "You Got What I Want"
  • Afro Dite – “Surrender"
  • Deep Fried – "Channel Girl"
  • Southside Rockers – "Jump"
  • Alagami – "Buggin Like Taps"

Awards[edit]

  • Most played song of the year 2001 ASCAP Award winner
  • Most played song of the year 1999 ASCAP Award winner
  • Most played song of the year 1998 ASCAP Award winner
  • Most played song of the year 1997 ASCAP Award winner
  • Special Award for outstanding works 1997 UN Non Violence project

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://www.maxmartinfansite.com/herbie.htm Archived 15 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "Herbie Crichlow". Rebel9999.wix.com. Retrieved 31 March 2013.