John Hill (record producer)

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John Hill
Associated acts

John Graham Hill is an American record producer, songwriter, remixer and musician.[2][3]

He was nominated for "Producer of the Year" for the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.[4]

He has worked at Sonora Recorders in Los Feliz, California.[5]


Artist Release Record label Credit
BANKS "Poltergeist" from The Altar Harvest Co-writer
AlunaGeorge "Jealous" and "Wanderlust" from I Remember Island Producer/co-writer
Florence + the Machine "What Kind of Man" from How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful Universal Producer/Co-writer
Elle King "Where the Devil Don't Go" & "Song of Sorrow" RCA Producer
Charli XCX "Gold Coins" & "Breaking Up" Neon Gold/Atlantic Producer
Eminem "Guts Over Fear (feat. Sia)" Shady/Interscope Producer
Kimbra "Goldmine" Warner Brothers Producer
Bleachers Strange Desire RCA Producer
Birdy "All You Never Say" Atlantic Producer
Birdy & Jaymes Young "Best Shot" Atlantic Producer
Mr Little Jeans "Mercy" & "Don't Run" Harvest Producer
Tune-Yards "Real Thing" 4AD Additional Production
Tune-Yards "Water Fountain" 4AD Co-producer
Christina Perri "Burning Gold" & "I Don't Wanna Break" Atlantic Producer
Skaters Manhattan Warner Brothers Producer
Shakira "Can't Remember to Forget You feat Rihanna" RCA Producer/Writer
Phantogram Voices Republic Producer
Bleachers "I Wanna Get Better" RCA Producer
Phantogram "Fall in Love" Universal Republic Producer
Phantogram "Lights" Universal Republic Producer
Skaters "Deadbolt" Warner Brothers Producer
Phantogram Phantogram – EP Universal Republic Producer
The Vaccines Melody Calling – EP Columbia UK Producer/Remix
Empire of the Sun "DNA" Capitol CoW
Mikky Ekko "Kids" - Single RCA CoProducer/CoWriter
Mayer Hawthorne "Robot Love" Universal Republic CoP/CoW
Mayer Hawthorne "Fool" Universal Republic Producer
Snoop Lion Torn Apart feat. Rita Ora RCA Producer/ CoW
Wavves Afraid of Heights Mom + Pop Producer
P!nk "All We All We Are" RCA Producer/CoW
Santigold "Freak Like Me" "This Isn't Our Parade" "Never Enough" Downtown/Atlantic Producer/CoW
Santigold "Look at These Hoes" Downtown/Atlantic Additional Production
Rihanna "You Da One" Island Def Jam CoW
Lissy Trullie Lissy Trullie Downtown/Wichita Producer/CoW
Theophilus London "Last Name London" "Love Is Real" Reprise Producer/CoW
Natasha Bedingfield "Run Run Run" "Little Too Much" Domino Co-Producer / Mix
Shakira "Devocion" "Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)" Epic Producer/CoW/CoP
Shakira ""Gordita" "Tu Boca" Epic Additional Production
Portugal. The Man In the Mountain in the Cloud Atlantic Producer
MIA Vicki Leekx N.E.E.T. Recordings Producer/CoW
Devo "Don't Shoot" "Fresh" Warner Brothers Producer
Christina Aguilera "Bionic" "Elastic Love" "Monday Morning" "Bobblehead" Sony Producer/CoW
Crookers feat. Yelle "Cooler Couleur" Lektroluv CoP/CoW
Tinie Tempah "Illusion" EMI Produce/CoW
MIA "Born Free" "Lovealot" "Teqkilla" XL/Interscope Producer/CoW
Amazing Baby "Bayonet" Shangri La Producer
Shakira "She Wolf" "Men in This Town" "Loba" "Mon Armour" "Gordita" Epic Producer/CoW
Shakira "Long Time" "Spy" "Good Stuff" "Why Wait" Epic Additional Production
Jay-Z feat. Santigold "Brooklyn Go Hard" Bad Boy CoW
Kings of Leon "Knocked Up (Lykke Li/John Hill Remix)" RCA Producer/Engineer
Primary 1 "In the Midde" Atlantic Producer/Mixer/Engineer/CoW
Amanda Blank "A Love Song" Downtown CoW
Lykke Li "Breaking It Up (John Hill Remix)" Atlantic Producer/Engineer/CoW
Santigold "L.E.S. Artistes" "You'll FInd a Way" "My Superman" "Lights Out" "Starstruck" "I'm a Lady" "Anne" "Shove It" "Say Aha" Downtown/Atlantic Producer/Mixer/Engineer/CoW
Santigold "Unstoppable" Downtown Producer
Shitake Monkey Street Beef Outlook Producer/Writer/Mixer/Engineer
Elkland Golden Sony Mix / Producer/Mixer/Engineer
Dr. Israel and Seven Fiction Dougl Producer/Mixer/Engineer
Wu Tang "JahWord" Sony Mixer
Nas Street Disciple Columbia Mixer
Charli XCX "Babygirl" from Number 1 Angel Asylum Producer/Mixer
Demi Lovato "Tell Me You Love Me" Island / Hollywood / Safehouse Co-writer/Producer

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "John Hill". Archived from the original on January 22, 2013. Retrieved October 14, 2013. 
  2. ^ "John Hill". Retrieved October 14, 2013. 
  3. ^ "John Hill (5)". Retrieved October 14, 2013. 
  4. ^ "John Hill earns Grammy Producer of the Year nomination!". Retrieved May 7, 2017. 
  5. ^ Diehl, Matt (April 4, 2013). "Gear: John Hill's Playground of Sound". Billboard.