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Ian Kirkpatrick
Birth nameIan Eric Kirkpatrick
Born (1982-09-20) September 20, 1982 (age 41)
  • Record producer
  • songwriter
Years active2006–present

Ian Eric Kirkpatrick (born September 20, 1982) is an American record producer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. He has produced and written music for many high-profile artists such as Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Dua Lipa, Jason Derulo, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Nick Jonas, Pitbull, Selena Gomez, Shakira, and The Chainsmokers.[1][2] Kirkpatrick's writing catalogue includes songs which have amassed over a billion streams individually on streaming platform Spotify.[3]

Kirkpatrick is managed by Dan Petel of This Is Noise Management.[4]

Early life[edit]

Kirkpatrick identifies as an “Irish Moroccan Jew” due to his mother's Casablanca roots and his father's Irish origins[5]

Kirkpatrick grew up in Encino, Los Angeles. He was first introduced to music at the age of 5 years, when he received a drum set for his birthday. Throughout his teenage years, Kirkpatrick played in some small bands in junior high and high school.[4] He briefly studied economics at the University of California, Santa Cruz while simultaneously producing music, before pursuing music full-time.[5]


In 1997, the Aphex Twin song "Girl/Boy Song" drove Kirkpatrick to use computerised production methods to make similar electronic music.[6] At the start of his career, Kirkpatrick started a recording studio in the garage of Petel's parents where he recorded for local bands before moving to bands on labels such as Hollywood Records, Fearless Records and Drive-Thru Records.[4]

Initially, Kirkpatrick also produced music for Warped Tour groups such as Breathe Carolina, Neon Trees, Young the Giant, and the Plain White T’s, before signing a publishing deal with Warner Chappell Music.[6]

Kirkpatrick’s early success as a producer led to him co-writing with other songwriters and musical artists. In 2015, he met major breakthrough with writing and production involvement in singer Jason Derulo's “Want to Want Me” and went on to collaborate with singer Selena Gomez starting in 2017.[4]

Kirkpatrick has incorporated Steinberg Cubase into his production workflow, utilizing this software on projects such as Dua Lipa's "Don't Start Now".[7] He is able to play keys and guitar, but expresses more familiarity in drums.[4] He cites Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, and Autechre as some of his artistic influences.[6] He is based in Los Angeles.[4]



List of singles written or produced by Ian Kirkpatrick, with selected chart positions, year released and certifications.
Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications
US Pop
2023 "Knockoff"


2020 "Matches"
Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys
2019 "Don't Start Now"

Dua Lipa

2 1 1 2 3 3 12 2
"Look at Her Now"

Selena Gomez

27 29 13 23 20 26
2018 "Back to You"
Selena Gomez
18 4 9 4 4 8 14 13
2017 "New Rules"[8]
Dua Lipa
6 1 13 2 7 3 7 1
"Bad Liar"[1]
Selena Gomez
20 16 13 15 17 23 23
Pitbull ft. Stephen Marley
2016 "If It Ain't Love"
Jason Derulo
67 18 34 37 44 49
"Fresh Eyes"[8]
Andy Grammer
59 9 5 59 8 33 50
"Now and Later"
Sage the Gemini
93 19 45 12 12 17
2015 "Want to Want Me[14]
Jason Derulo
5 1 3 4 5 3 13 1
Jason Derulo
66 18 39 25 42 184
"The Feeling" ft. Halsey[14]
Justin Bieber
31 22 25 20 34 34
Nick Jonas
44 14 79 23 16 46
"Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)"[8]
Andy Grammer
62 12 20
2011 "Blackout"[14]
Breathe Carolina
32 17 94 32
2010 "Rhythm of Love"[8]
Plain White T's
38 20 5 98

Full discography[edit]

Year Artist Title Label Role
2024 The Chainsmokers & Elio No Hard Feelings ("Bad Advice") Columbia Records Writer, producer
Dua Lipa Radical Optimism ("Falling Forever", "Anything for Love") Warner Records Writer, producer, drums, programmer, guitar
Leigh-Anne No Hard Feelings ("Stealin' Love") Warner Records Writer, producer, programmer
2023 Troye Sivan Something to Give Each Other ("Got Me Started", "Silly") EMI Records Writer, producer
Olivia Rodrigo GUTS ("get him back!") Geffen Records Co-producer, drum programmer, engineer, synthesizer
U-KNOW Reality Show - The 3rd Mini Album ("Spotlight") SM Entertainment Writer
Poppy Zig ("Knockoff") Sumerian Records Writer
Kim Petras Feed the Beast ("uhoh") Republic Records Writer, producer, programmer
Faouzia "Plastic Therapy" Atlantic Records Writer
Céline Dion Love Again ("I'll Be") Sony Music Canada Writer
The Chainsmokers & 347aidan Summertime Friends ("Up & Down") Columbia Records Writer, producer
Miley Cyrus Endless Summer Vacation ("You") Columbia Records Writer
Lizzo & SZA "Special (Remix)" Atlantic Records Writer, producer, engineer, keyboards, programmer, instrumentation
Philmon Lee & Young Thug "Baby Don't Cry" Epic Records Writer, producer
2022 Olivia O'Brien A Means to an End ("What Are We") Island Records Writer, producer, programmer, recording engineer
Julia Michaels "Sorry to Me Too" Republic Records Writer, producer
Phoenix Alpha Zulu ("Alpha Zulu") Glassnote Records Producer
KEY & JENO Gasoline ("Villain") SM Entertainment Writer
Lauv All 4 Nothing ("Time After Time") Virgin Records Writer
Lizzo Special ("Special", "Everybody's Gay", "Naked") Atlantic Records Writer, producer, engineer, keyboards, programmer, instrumentation
John Legend & JID LEGEND ("Dope") Republic Records Writer, producer, bass, keyboards, percussion, programmer
The Chainsmokers So Far so Good ("Riptide", "iPad", "Maradona", "Solo Mission", "Something Different", "I Love U", "If You're Serious", "Channel 1", "I Hope You Change Your Mind", "Cyanide", "The Fall" with Ship Wrek) Columbia Records Writer, producer
Charli XCX "Sweat" Atlantic Records Writer, producer
CRASH ("Move Me")
Writer, producer, recording engineer
2021 Leah Kate What Just Happened? ("Veronica") Independent Writer[24]
Ben Platt Reverie ("childhood bedroom", "leave my mind") Atlantic Records Writer, producer, programmer[25]
Shakira "Don't Wait Up" Sony Music Latin Writer, producer, recording engineer[26]
Teddy Swims Unlearning ("Will It Find Me") Warner Records Writer[27]
Zara Larsson Poster Girl ("FFF") Epic Records Writer, producer, engineer[28]
Sophia Messa Ice Cream & Cigarettes ("Not That Kind of Love") Arista Records Writer, producer, programmer[29]
2020 Britney Spears & Backstreet Boys Glory (2020 Deluxe Edition) ("Matches") RCA Records Writer, producer
Connor Bvrns "WRECK MY NIGHT" Create Music Group Writer[30]
Dua Lipa & Angèle "Fever" Warner Records Writer, producer
Katy Perry Smile ("Champagne Problems") Capitol Records Writer[31]
The Chicks Gaslighter ("March March") Columbia Records Writer[32]
Jasmin Abraha "Make It like It Was" Famouz Records Writer[33]
MAX CHANGMIN Chocolate - The 1st Mini Album ("Chocolate") SM Entertainment Writer[34]
Dua Lipa Future Nostalgia ("Don't Start Now", "Pretty Please") Warner Records Writer, producer, vocal producer, engineer, programmer, background vocalist, guitar, keyboards[35]
Kelsea Ballerini kelsea ("the way i used to") Black River Entertainment Writer[36]
Selena Gomez Rare ("Look at Her Now", "A Sweeter Place" ft. Kid Cudi, "Souvenir", "Bad Liar", "Back to You") Interscope Records Writer, producer, co-producer, vocal producer, arranger, engineer, background vocalist, instrumentation[37][38]
2019 The Chainsmokers World War Joy ("Push My Luck") Columbia Records Producer[39]
Tove Lo Sunshine Kitty ("Really don't like u" ft. Kylie Minogue) Universal Writer, producer, programming[40]
Sean Paul "When It Comes to You" Island Records Writer, producer, engineer[41]
DJ Snake Carte Blanche ("No More" ft. ZHU) Geffen Records Writer[42]
Julia Michaels Inner Monologue Part 2 ("Hurt Again") Republic Records Producer
Austin Mahone "Dancing with Nobody" Elektra Records Writer, producer[43]
JHart "Temporary" Writer[44]
Kiiara "Open My Mouth" Atlantic Records Writer, producer
Ellie Goulding Brightest Blue ("Sixteen") Polydor Records Co-producer[45]
Ally Brooke "Low Key" ft. Tyga Atlantic Records Writer, producer[46]
Backstreet Boys DNA ("Is It Just Me") RCA Records Writer, producer[47]
Julia Michaels Inner Monologue Part 1 ("Anxiety" ft. Selena Gomez, "Happy", "Deep", "Apple", "What a Time" ft. Niall Horan) Republic Records Writer, producer[48]
2018 Steve Aoki Neon Future III ("Why Are We so Broken" ft. blink-182) Ultra Records Writer[49]
Lauv "There's No Way" ft. Julia Michaels AWAL Writer[50]
L Devine Peer Pressure ("Runnin'") Warner Bros. Records Writer, producer[51]
Julia Michaels "In This Place" Walt Disney Records Producer[52]
Abir MINT ("Lose Me" ft. Buddy) Writer[53]
New Hope Club "Crazy" Virgin EMI Records Writer, producer[54]
Vice and Jason Derulo "Make Up" ft. Ava Max Atlantic Records Writer, producer[55]
Chromeo Head Over Heels ("Count Me Out", "Slumming It") Writer, producer
Shawn Mendes Shawn Mendes ("Mutual") Island Records Writer, producer[8]
Kimbra Primal Heart ("Like They Do on the TV") Warner Bros. Records Writer[8]
Keith Urban Graffiti U ("Gemini") Capitol Records Writer, producer[8]
2017 Jacob Sartorius "Skateboard" RCA Records Writer, producer[8]
Rachel Platten Waves ("Loveback", "Hands", "Fooling You") Columbia Records Writer, producer[8]
Fifth Harmony Fifth Harmony ("Don't Say You Love Me") Epic Records Writer, producer[8]
Dua Lipa Dua Lipa ("New Rules") Warner Music Group Writer, producer[8]
Andy Grammer The Good Parts ("Spaceship", "Fresh Eyes") S-Curve Records Writer, producer, arranger[56]
Pitbull Climate Change ("Options" ft. Stephen Marley, "Educate Ya" ft. Jason Derulo) RCA Records Writer, producer[14]
The Band Perry "One Last Look" Interscope Records Writer[57][58]
2016 Jason Derulo "If It Ain't Love" Warner Bros. Records Writer, producer[8]
Jon Bellion The Human Condition ("Morning in America") Capitol Records Writer, producer[8]
Britney Spears Glory ("Hard to Forget Ya" and "If I'm Dancing") RCA Records Writer, producer[8]
Gavin DeGraw Something Worth Saving ("Thank You", "Technicolor") RCA Records Producer[59]
Sage the Gemini Bachelor Party ("Now and Later") Atlantic Records Producer
Fleur East "More and More" Syco Music Producer[8]
2015 Hilary Duff Breathe In. Breathe Out. ("Night like This" ft. Kendall Schmidt, "Outlaw") RCA Records Producer, writer[8]
Nick Jonas Nick Jonas X2 ("Levels", "Area Code") Island Records Writer, producer
Justin Bieber Purpose ("The Feeling featuring Halsey") Def Jam Recordings Writer, producer[14]
Chris Brown Royalty ("Fine by Me") RCA Records Writer, producer
Jason Derulo Everything Is 4 ("Want to Want Me", "Cheyenne" and "Love Me Down") Warner Bros. Records Writer, producer[14]
Andy Grammer "Good to Be Alive (Hallelujah)" S-Curve Records Writer, producer
Plain White T's American Nights ("You Belong") Megaforce Records Writer, producer[60]
Nico & Vinz Cornerstone ("Our Love") Warner Records Writer, producer[61]
Jake Miller Rumors ("Yellow Lights") Warner Records Writer, producer, programmer, instrumentation[62]
Olly Murs Never Been Better ("Stevie Knows") Syco Music, Epic Records Writer, producer[63]
Prince Royce Double Vision ("Handcuffs") RCA Records Writer, producer[8]
Ace Wilder The Wild Card ("Do U Like") Warner Records Writer
Bebe Rexha "24/7" Warner Records Writer[64][65]
2014 Bella Thorne Jersey ("Paperweight") Hollywood Records Writer, producer
SHINee I'm Your Boy ("Boys Meet U") Universal Writer, programming, instrumentation[66]
Nick Jonas Nick Jonas ("Nothing Would Be Better," "Wilderness") Island Records Producer, writer
Tanner Patrick The Waiting Home ("Sideways Figure Eights") Producer, writer, mixer[67]
Jaymes Young Habits of My Heart ("What Should I Do") Atlantic Records Writer[68]
Colton Dixon Anchor ("Fool's Gold") Sparrow Records Writer[69]
iSH Up & Up ("Light Up" ft. Daniel Richter) Warner Music Canada Writer, producer, mixer[70]
Breathe Carolina Savages (all tracks) Fearless Records Producer, engineer, mixer[2][71]
The Ready Set The Bad & The Better Razor and Tie Records Producer[8]
2013 Simple Plan Get Your Heart On - The Second Coming! ("Outta My System") Atlantic Records Writer, additional producer, additional engineer[72]
Plain White T's Should've Gone to Bed ("Helium") Hollywood Records Writer[73]
Blake Shelton Based on a True Story... ("Do You Remember") Warner Bros. Nashville Writer[14]
The Summer Set Legendary ("Lightning in a Bottle", "7 Days") Fearless Records Writer, producer
Carly Paige "Too Good", "Tell Me", "It's over Now" Writer, producer
Kris Allen "All We Need Is the Love" RCA Records Writer[74][75]
2012 William Beckett Winds Will Change ("Warriors", "Scarlett (Tokyo)") YIKE Records Writer[76][77]
Breathe Carolina Punk Goes Pop Volume 5 ("Billie Jean") Fearless Records Producer, engineer, mixer[78]
Go Radio Close the Distance ("Over Me", "Live, Learn, Let Go") Fearless Records Writer[79]
GOLDHOUSE All Night Long (all songs) Producer, writer, mixer[80]
2011 Breathe Carolina Hell Is What You Make It (all tracks except "Chemicals") Fearless Records Producer, engineer, mixer[2][71]
Stephen Jerzak Miles and Miles ("Miles N' Miles", "Cute", "Hot over Summer", "Queen", "She Said" ft. Leighton Meester, "Peace Out") Universal Republic Records Producer, writer, engineer[81]
The Ready Set Feel Good Now Sire Records Producer, writer, mixer[2]
Plain White T's "The House on Shady Lane" Hollywood Records Writer, producer[82]
Let's Get It Masters of the Universe ("Audacity of Dope") Fearless Records Writer[83]
Dia Frampton Red ("Walk Away") Universal Republic Records Producer[2]
Young the Giant Young the Giant Roadrunner Records Engineer, additional production[84]
2010 This Century Hopeful Romantic Sampler ("Young Love") Sire Records Writer, producer, mixer[85]
Valencia Dancing with a Ghost ("Days Go By") I Surrender Records Writer[86]
IAMMEDIC The Tale of Abigale Withers (all songs) Authentik Artists Writer, producer, engineer[87]
Breathe Electric Lovestruck (all songs) Producer, writer[88]
Almost Alice (Alice in Wonderland soundtrack) "Welcome to Mystery" (Plain White T's song) Buena Vista Records Producer[89]
Artist Vs Poet Favorite Fix ("Favorite Fix") Fearless Records Writer[90]
Neon Trees Habits ("1983," "Girls and Boys in School" and "In the Next Room") Mercury Records Producer, engineer, mixer[91]
Call the Cops Call the Cops (all songs) MySpace Records Writer, producer, engineer[92][93]
Plain White T's Wonders of the Younger (all songs) Hollywood Records Producer, engineer[2][71]
The Scissors You Can Make It Dangerous (all songs) Mastering[94]
2009 Mitchel Musso Mitchel Musso ("Hey") Walt Disney Records Keyboards, programming, vocal editing[95]
Call the Cops Motion Sickness (all songs) Writer, producer, engineer[92]
Bidwell Something Real (all songs) Writer,[96] producer
Vogue in the Movement Vogue in the Movement ("Head over Heels", "Get It", "Attire on Fire", "Guilty Pleasure") Writer, producer[97][98]
Sink to See 2012 ("2012") Writer[99]
2008 Plain White T's Disneymania 6 ("When I See an Elephant Fly") Walt Disney Records Producer, mixer[100]
Them Terribles Rock, Paper, Terribles (all songs) Producer
Plain White T's Big Bad World ("1234," "Natural Disaster") Hollywood Records Writer, producer, horn arranger[2]
2007 Stacy Clark Apples & Oranges (all songs) Writer, producer, arranger[101]
2006 Stacy Clark Unusual ("Never") Writer, producer, arranger[102]
2005 Stephen Cohen, Novica Bozunovich & Ian Kirkpatrick "Never Get Out Alive" (From the Motion Picture Mortuary) Swollen Foot Music Writer, performer[103]


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