Madison Love

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Madison Love
Born
Madison Emiko Love

(1995-04-19) April 19, 1995 (age 26)
Alma materClive Davis Department of Recorded Music at New York University Tisch School of the Arts
Occupation
  • Songwriter
  • singer
Musical career
OriginLos Angeles, California, U.S.
GenresPop
LabelsAPG

Madison Emiko Love is an American songwriter and singer from Los Angeles. She is signed to Artist Publishing Group.

Early life[edit]

Madison Emiko Love was born and raised in Los Angeles.[1][2] Her father, Roger Love, is a vocal coach.[3] Love moved to New York and started her career writing songs while attending the Clive Davis Department of Recorded Music at New York University Tisch School of the Arts, where she later graduated.[1][4][5] In 2014, Love was featured in the Teen Vogue series, Bryanboy Goes to College.[6]

Career[edit]

Writing credits[edit]

Love co-wrote the 2016 song "Bad Things" by Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello, while she was a student at New York University (NYU).[4] Love also co-wrote the 2017 song "Him & I", by G-Eazy and Halsey.[7][8] "Him & I" peaked at number one on the Billboard Pop Songs Airplay Chart in 2018.[9] Love's first executive produced song was Ava Max's 2018 song "Sweet but Psycho", the latter artist coincidentally collaborated with Love during their time in college and were also friends.[4] The song reached number one in 17 countries including Germany and the United Kingdom, a position it held on the UK Singles Chart for four consecutive weeks.[10]

Vocal credits[edit]

As a vocalist, Love was featured alongside G-Eazy on the track "Mama Always Told Me", "Hurt People" by Two Feet, "No Filter" by Black Coast, "Waiting For You" by Coyote Kisses, and "I Love You" by Axwell & Ingrosso.[citation needed]

Discography[edit]

Writing[edit]

Year Artist Song Album
2021 Bring Me the Horizon "Die4U" Post Human 2
Daya "Bad Girl" The Difference
Demi Lovato "Easy"
(with Noah Cyrus)
Dancing with the Devil... the Art of Starting Over
"My Girlfriends are My Boyfriend"
(featuring Saweetie)
2020 Katy Perry "Teary Eyes" Smile
Not the End of the World
Ava Max "Who's Laughing Now" Heaven & Hell
Lady Gaga "Sour Candy"
(with Blackpink)
Chromatica
Selena Gomez "Rare" Rare
"A Sweeter Place"
(featuring Kid Cudi)
"Souvenir"
2019 Ava Max "Torn" Heaven & Hell
Zara Larsson "Wow" Poster Girl
Ally Brooke "Lips Don't Lie"
(featuring A Boogie wit da Hoodie)
TBA
Kim Petras "Personal Hell" Clarity
"Another One"
2018 Arizona "What She Wants" What She Wants
Ava Max "Sweet but Psycho" Heaven & Hell
Bazzi "Star" Cosmic
Benjamin Ingrosso "Behave" Identification
Camila Cabello "In the Dark" Camila
Niykee Heaton "Mascara" N/A
Hayley Kiyoko "Wanna Be Missed" Expectations
Madison Beer "Heartless" As She Pleases
"Beautiful Wreck" Forever Neverland
2017 Axwell & Ingrosso "I Love You" More Than You Know
Ava Max "Not Your Barbie Girl" N/A
Madison Beer "Dead" As She Pleases
G-Eazy and Halsey "Him & I" The Beautiful & Damned
Pitbull and Fifth Harmony "Por Favor" Fifth Harmony
Astrid S "Think Before I Talk" Leave It Beautiful (Complete)
Jasmine Thompson "Someone's Somebody" Wonderland
Baby Ariel "Aww" N/A
Jeff Lewis "Friends Are Family" The Lego Batman Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Greg Pajer, Aris Archontis, Madison Love "Do You See This" xXx: Return of Xander Cage (Music from the Motion Picture)
Nicky Blitz "Walk" N/A
DJ Vice "Pinata" N/A
Wingtip "Walls"
(featuring Delacey)
N/A
2016 Machine Gun Kelly and Camila Cabello "Bad Things" Bloom
Coyote Kisses "Waiting for You"
(featuring Madison Love)
N/A
Jason Derulo "Kiss the Sky" Platinum Hits
Scavenger Hunt "Slow Dancing" Shapes and Outlines
Tritonal, Jenaux "Broken"
(featuring Adam Lambert)
N/A

Vocals[edit]

Year Artist Song Album
2018 G-Eazy "Mama Always Told Me" The Beautiful & Damned
Two Feet "Hurt People"[11] A Twenty Something Fuck
Axwell & Ingrosso "I Love You"[12] More Than You Know
Black Coast "No Filter"
2019 Machine Gun Kelly "Waste Love" Hotel Diablo
Jax Jones "Cruel" Snacks (Supersize)

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role
2013 "Begin Again" Singer Songwriter #1

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Hightman, Hannah (October 26, 2018). "Meet Madison Emiko Love: The Golden Hand Behind The Pop Music Scene". V. Retrieved December 10, 2018.
  2. ^ Parisi, Paula (April 23, 2018). "UMPG Is Publisher of the Year; Desmond Child, Lana Del Rey Honored at ASCAP Pop Awards". Variety. Retrieved December 1, 2018.
  3. ^ "Singer/Songwriter Madison Emiko Love Co-Writes Pop Hits 'Bad Things'". Songwriter Universe. March 12, 2018. Retrieved October 14, 2019.
  4. ^ a b c Hissong, Samantha (June 15, 2021). "Powerhouse Songwriter Madison Love — Future 25". Rolling Stone. Retrieved June 17, 2021.
  5. ^ Hudson, Sarah (February 14, 2019). "Womxn Are Writing Today's Biggest Hits. Meet 15 Of Them". Paper. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  6. ^ "When Tailored Chic Meets Normcore: Bryanboy and NYU Singer Make Sweet Music". Teen Vogue. Retrieved October 14, 2019.
  7. ^ Kawashima, Dale (March 12, 2018). "Singer/Songwriter Madison Emiko Love Co-Writes Pop Hits "Bad Things" (Machine Gun Kelly & Camila Cabello) And "Him & I" (G-Eazy & Halsey)". Songwriter Universe. Retrieved December 3, 2018.
  8. ^ Alysse, Bianca (December 13, 2017). "G-Eazy's Confessional 'The Beautiful & Damned' Strikes Compelling Balance Between Rap & Pop". Billboard.
  9. ^ Trust, Gary (March 12, 2018). "G-Eazy & Halsey's 'Him & I' Hits No. 1 on Pop Songs Airplay Chart". Billboard. Retrieved February 26, 2019.
  10. ^ Copsey, Rob (January 18, 2019). "Ava Max's Sweet But Psycho scores a fourth week at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart". Official Charts Company. Retrieved March 8, 2019.
  11. ^ Bieggar, Justin (19 July 2018). "TWO FEET ENLISTS MADISON LOVE FOR "HURT PEOPLE"". allthingsgomusic.com.
  12. ^ Staff Writer. "Axwell / Axwell /\ Ingrosso / Ingrosso / Sébastian Ingrosso I Love You". Allmusic.com. Retrieved 31 January 2019.

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