Joe Janiak

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Joe Janiak
Genres
Occupation(s)Singer/songwriter
Years active2012 (2012)–present

Joseph Janiak, also known simply as Joe Janiak, is a multi-platinum selling British singer/songwriter[1][2] and record producer[3][4] based in Los Angeles, United States. He is mostly known for being a songwriter for the likes of Ellie Goulding, Tove Lo, Snakehips, Britney Spears, Take That, and Adam Lambert.[5] His most known appearance, as both songwriter and producer, was on the multi million selling 2017 hit single "Don't Leave" by Snakehips and .

Discography[edit]

Featured Appearances[edit]

Single Artist(s) Year Album
"Vibes"
(featuring Joe Janiak)
Tove Lo 2016 Lady Wood
"Bad Reputation"
(featuring Joe Janiak)
Avicii 2019 TIM
"Never Leave Me"
(featuring Joe Janiak)
Avicii 2019 TIM

Songwriting and Production Credits[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album Credits Written with Produced with
"Gold" 2013 Bondax Co-writer Adam Kaye, George Townsend -
"Beating Heart" 2014 Ellie Goulding Divergent: OST Elena Goulding -
"Higher Than Higher" Take That III Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald, Mattias Larsson, Robin Fredriksson -
"The Original High" 2015 Adam Lambert The Original High Adam Lambert, Andreas Schuller, Jonathan West, Karl Schuster, Savan Kotecha, Mattias Larsson, Robin Fredriksson -
"Underground" Alexander Payami -
"There I Said It" Adam Lambert, Alexander Payami -
"Around U" Ellie Goulding Delirium Elena Goulding, Fred Gibson, Tristian Landymore -
"Forever (Pt. II)" Snakehips Forever Pt. II EP Oliver Dickinson, David James -
"Make Me..."[1][3]
(featuring G-Eazy)
2016 Britney Spears Glory Britney Spears, Matthew Burns, Gerald Gillum -
"Vibes"[1]
(featuring Joe Janiak)
Tove Lo Lady Wood Co-writer/Featured Artist Tove Nilsson, Ludvig Soderberg, Jakob Jerlstrom -
"Mayflies" Benjamin Francis Leftwich After The Rain Co-writer/Producer Benjamin Francis Leftwich -
"Groves" Benjamin Francis Leftwich -
"Summer" Benjamin Francis Leftwich -
"Just Breathe" Benjamin Francis Leftwich -
"Don't Leave"
(with )
2017 Snakehips TBA Oliver Dickenson, David James, Cass Lowe, Negin Djafari, Rachel Keen, Cory Enemy, Karen Marie Ørsted Snakehips, Cass Lowe, Cory Enemy, Shaun Barrett
"Tremble" LPX Co-writer Elizabeth Plapinger, James Flannigan -
"Cycles" Tove Lo Blue Lips Tove Nilsson, Ludvig Soderberg, Jakob Jerlstrom -
"Explore" Sundara Karma Youth Is Only Ever Fun
in Retrospect
Producer - -
"Flame" Co-writer/Producer Oscar Pollack -
"Sway" 2018 Tove Styrke Sway Tove Styrke, Maureen McDonald -
"On a Level" Tove Styrke Gustav Nystrom
"Punches" Noah Cyrus Good Cry EP Noah Cyrus, Jenna Andrews -
"Fever" Elley Duhe Dragon Mentality EP Elley Duhe -
"New York Narcotic" The Knocks New York Narcotic Co-writer Benjamin Ruttner, James Patterson -
"Walk Away" Hurts Desire Co-writer/Producer Theo Hutchcraft, Adam Anderson, Hannah Yadi -
"Wherever You Go" Theo Hutchcraft, Adam Anderson -
"Debbie" Your Smith Bad Habit EP Co-writer Caroline Smith -
"Gucci Rock n Rolla"
(featuring Rivers Cuomo & Kyle)
2019 Snakehips Non-album single Oliver Dickenson, James David, Rivers Cuomo, Kyle Harvey -
"In Vain" Sigrid Sucker Punch Co-writer/Producer Sigrid Raabe To be confirmed
"End of the Earth" Marina Love + Fear To be confirmed Marina Diamandis, James Flannigan To be confirmed
"You" To be confirmed Marina Diamandis To be confirmed

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "How a Trip to Nicaragua Inspired a Song on Tove Lo's New Album". EW.com. November 4, 2016. Retrieved December 24, 2017.
  2. ^ Lipshutz, Jason (March 21, 2014). "Ellie Goulding Aches For Downtime: 'I Need To Sort My Life Out'". Billboard. Retrieved December 24, 2017.
  3. ^ a b Kennedy, Gerrick D. (July 15, 2016). "Britney Spears' smooth 'Make Me' sees the pop star exploring a new, mature sound". latimes.com. Retrieved December 24, 2017.
  4. ^ Kennedy, Gerrick D. (September 7, 2016). "Why Britney Spears and her team opted for tradition with the release of 'Glory'". latimes.com. Retrieved December 24, 2017.
  5. ^ Lipshutz, Jason (March 20, 2014). "Adam Lambert Working With Max Martin on New Album". Billboard. Retrieved December 24, 2017.