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|Birth name||Kasia Livingston|
|Associated acts||Britney Spears, Pussycat Dolls|
Kasia 'KC' Livingston is an American songwriter who has written for Britney Spears, Whitney Houston, Jessica Simpson, the Pussycat Dolls and other artists, and has been nominated for Grammy and Soul Train Awards.
Livingston began writing songs at age 10. She was discovered by the record producer David Foster, and went on to work with artists including Britney Spears, Whitney Houston, the Pussycat Dolls, New Kids on the Block, Flo Rida, The Wanted, Jessie J, Big Time Rush, Jordin Sparks, Jessica Simpson and Toni Braxton, as a songwriter and background vocalist.
Livingston joined the Los Angeles College of Music faculty in 2010 as a songwriting instructor.
Livingston is a credited contributor on the following songs and albums:
- Dream, "How Long" from It Was All a Dream (2001)
- Eden's Crush, "Love This Way" from Popstars (2001)
- Gloria Gaynor, "I Never Knew" from I Wish You Love (2002)
- Jessica Simpson, "Everyday See You" and "Be" from In This Skin (2003)
- Emma Roberts, "Dummy" from Unfabulous and More (2005)
- The Pussycat Dolls, "Stickwitu" from PCD (2005)
- Jordin Sparks, "Save Me" from Jordin Sparks (2007)
- The Pussycat Dolls, "Love the Way You Love Me" from Doll Domination (2008)
- Britney Spears, "Unusual You" and "Amnesia" from Circus (2008), "Scary" from Femme Fatale (2011)
- New Kids on the Block, "2 in the Morning" and "Don't Cry" from The Block (2008)
- Clay Aiken, "Weight of the World" from On My Way Here (2008)
- Whitney Houston, "Nothin' But Love" from I Look to You (2009)
- Toni Braxton, "Hero" from Pulse (2010)
- Flo Rida, "Club Can't Handle Me" from Only One Flo (Part 1) (2010)
- The Wanted, "Replace Your Heart" from The Wanted (2010)
- Big Time Rush, "Count on You" from BTR (2010)
- Jessie J, "Rainbow" from Who You Are (2011)
- Charice, "Bounce Back" from Infinity (2011)
- Cheryl, "Love Killer" from A Million Lights (2012)
- Mandy Capristo, "Pulse" from Grace (2012)
- Pixie Lott, "Cry Baby" from Pixie Lott (2014)
- "From Whitney to Britney, the Contemporary Hit Maker is LAMA's Newest Songwriting Instructor". Los Angeles College of Music. Archived from the original on April 20, 2014. Retrieved June 1, 2015.