Jiant

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Jiant
Origin England
Genres Pop, Dance-pop, Pop rock, Rock, R&B, urban pop
Occupation(s) Producing
Years active 2001-2008
Associated acts Hear'Say, Monrose, No Angels, Room2012, Sugababes
Website AudiomediaPro.com
Members Tim Hawes
Pete Kirtley
Dave Valler
Tim Hart

Jiant was a British record production and songwriting team, headed by Tim Hawes and Pete Kirtley, working in the genres of pop, R&B and dance. Following their formation in 1999, the team expanded to a maximum of seven writers, including Dave Valler and Tim Hart.

In 2002 they received an Ivor Novello Award for their work on "Pure and Simple", the fastest-selling UK single of 2001.

Selected production discography[edit]

2001[edit]

2003[edit]

2006[edit]

  • Joana Zimmer - "What It the Good in Goodbye"
  • Monrose - "Do That Dance"
  • Monrose - "Live Life Get By"
  • Monrose - "Oh La La"
  • Monrose - "Shame"
  • Sugababes - "Now You're Gone"

2007[edit]

  • Lisa Bund - "All That I Am"
  • Lisa Bund - "In My Head"
  • Monrose - "Everbody Makes Mistakes"
  • Monrose - "Leading Me on"
  • Monrose - "Rebound"
  • Monrose - "Strictly Physical"
  • Monrose - "What You Don't Know"
  • Monrose - "Yesterday's Gone"
  • Mutya Buena - Strung Out
  • No Angels - "Make a Change"
  • No Angels - "Misguided Heart"
  • Room2012 - "Chuckoo Brain"
  • Room2012 - "Don't Let the Sun"
  • Room2012 - "Fresh"
  • Room2012 - "Head Bash"
  • Room2012 - "Mr. DJ"
  • Room2012 - "Naughty but Nice"
  • Room2012 - "Simple Things"

2008[edit]

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