Kelly Sheehan

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Kelly Sheehan (born July 26, 1983 to father David Sheehand and multiple Emmy award winning producer mother Carol Scott), also known as "Madame Buttons", is a songwriter and recording engineer from Los Angeles. Kelly Sheehan has written songs for Kylie Minogue, Beyoncé, DJ Khaled, Mary J. Blige and others. She has engineered for Justin Bieber, Mariah Carey, Chris Brown, Katharine McPhee, Tyrese, T.I., The Game, Akon, Ne-Yo, Charlie Wilson, Toni Braxton, Avant, Keri Hilson and others.[1] In 2011, Kelly Sheehan signed to Dr. Luke's Prescription Songs and Sony/ATV as a songwriter[2] as well as BMI.[3] She is managed by Roc Nation.

Recording Engineer Discography[4]

  • Mariah Carey – Touch My Body – Island Def Jam 2008
  • Nelly – La – Universal 2008
  • Girlicious – Like Me – Geffen 2008
  • Electrik Red – How To Be A Lady: Volume 1 – Def Jam 2009
  • Ciara – Fantasy Ride – LaFace Records 2009
  • Snoop Dogg – Malice N Wonderland – Capitol Records 2009
  • Ciara – Ride – LaFace Records 2010

Songwriting Discography

Albums

Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded

  • Young Forever

Jason Derulo - Future History (album)

  • Pick Up The Pieces

DJ KhaledWe the Best Forever

  • It Ain't Over Til It's Over ft. Mary J. Blige, Fabulous & Jadakiss
  • Sleep When I'm Gone featuring Cee-Lo, The Game & Busta Rhymes
  • My Life featuring Akon & B.o.B

Katharine McPhee - Hysteria

  • Hysteria
  • Burn
  • Only One
  • Don't Need Love

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Singles

Kylie Minogue - Into The Blue - Single

Karmin - Crash Your Party - Single

Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) - Single

Beyoncé - Grown Woman - Song

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-08-27. Retrieved 2011-08-05.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Graham, Nadine. "Nicki Minaj 'Young Forever': Kelly Sheehan Speaks on Writing Rapper's New Song — Exclusive". The Boombox. Retrieved 2019-09-24.
  3. ^ "BMI Welcomes Kelly Sheehan". BMI.com. 2010-11-17. Retrieved 2019-09-24.
  4. ^ "Kelly Sheehan". Discogs. Retrieved 2019-09-24.
  5. ^ "Katharine McPhee reveals 'Hysteria' track list and credits". KatharineMcPhee.net. 2015-08-05. Retrieved 2019-09-24.