Oh, Hush!

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Oh, Hush!
Birth name Chris Sernel
Born (1985-06-04) June 4, 1985 (age 33)
Origin Los Angeles, California, United States
Genres
  • Pop
  • Rock
  • Dance
  • Electro
Occupation(s) Singer, record producer
Instruments
  • Drums
  • Guitar
  • Percussion
  • Sampler
  • Vocals
  • Keyboard
  • Drum Machine
Years active 2007—present
Labels Atlantic, Warner Chappell, Artist Publishing Group
Associated acts Escape From Earth
Website www.ohhushmusic.com

Chris Sernel, also known as Oh, Hush!, is a recording artist and Grammy-nominated producer.[1]

Oh, Hush! is known for being unknown. Since 2007, this “secret artist” has never played a show nor posted a single photograph of himself. Heavily reliant on the music alone, fan relationships, and social media,[2] Oh, Hush!’s aura of mystery is in direct opposition to music industry norms.

Shortly after the release of the debut The Yellow Album, Oh, Hush! was signed by Mike Caren of Artist Publishing Group.[3]

Discography[edit]

Studio Albums[edit]

  • Oh, Hush! The Yellow Album (LP)
  • Oh, Hush! Don’t Judge A Record By Its Covers (EP)
  • Oh, Hush! Criminal (EP)
  • Oh, Hush! The Purple (EP)
  • Oh, Hush! Hush! The Herald Angels Sing (EP)
  • Oh, Hush! The White Christmas Album (EP)
  • Oh, Hush! Christmas Vacation (EP)

Cuts[edit]

Song Artist/Album Record Label Credits
"Friends Are Family" Oh, Hush! Feat. Will ArnettLego Batman Movie WaterTower Music Writer / Artist / Producer / Mixer
"Found My Place" Oh, Hush! Feat. Jeff Lewis – Lego Ninjago Movie WaterTower Music Writer / Artist / Producer / Mixer
"Happy Hour" WeezerPacific Daydream Atlantic Records Writer / Producer - Awards: Top 10 Alternative Radio
"What Part of Forever" Cee Lo Green Eclipse Atlantic/Chop Shop Writer / Producer – Awards: Grammy Nomination; Gold Record
"Tattoo" Jason DeruloTattoos Warner Bros Writer
"Concrete" Britt Nicole – #BrittNicole Capitol Records Writer / Producer
"I Dare You" Bea MillerNot An Apology Syco, Hollywood Writer / Producer
"Can't Take Back The Bullet, Smash Into You" Hey Violet – I Can Feel It EP Hi Or Hey Records, Capitol Records Writer / Producer / Mixer
"Beautiful Life" Cobra Starship - Single Fueled By Ramen Writer / Producer / Mixer
"Not Gonna Let You Walk Away" Tennessee Mix Lolo – Single Crush Music / Atlantic Producer
"The Fruitful Darkness LP" Trevor Hall (singer) - The Fruitful Darkness Independent Mixer
"Girl Like You" Union JYou Got It All Epic Writer / Producer / Mixer
"See You Again" Loreen – Heal Warner Music Sweden Writer - Award: SWE Platinum[4]
"Infatuated" Sweet California - "Break of Day" Warner - Spain Writer - Awards: #1 Album; Gold Record
"Faith Hope Love Repeat (radio mix)" Brandon Heath - Faith Hope Love Repeat Reunion Producer / Mixer
"Stardust" Family Force 5 - El Compadre Word Writer / Producer
"Just A Friend" Jamie Grace - Ready to Fly Gotee Records Writer / Producer
"Wiser," "Hate You More," "Death of Me" Madilyn Bailey - Wiser EP Writer / Producer / Mixer
"People of A Second Chance," "On Again Off Again" Group 1 Crew - Power Word Writer / Producer
"Upside Down" Ross Lynch / Austin & Ally – Turn It Up (Soundtrack) Disney Mixer
"Me And You" Laura Marano / Austin & Ally – Turn It Up (Soundtrack) Disney Mixer
"Better In Stereo" Dove CameronLiv and Maddie Theme Song Disney Mixer
"Too Much" ZendayaZapped Soundtrack Disney Mixer
"Start A Fire" BP Rania – single DR Music Writer / Producer
"Intro", "Chasing Daylight", "Bittersweet Surrender", "Perfect Mistake", "Some Kind of Miracle", "A Way Out" Makeshift Prodigy - Illuminate Atlantic Writer / Producer / Mixer
"World's Gonna End" Megan & Liz – This Time Collective Sounds Writer / Producer / Mixer
"When You Were Mine" Megan & Liz – Bad For Me EP Collective Sounds Writer / Producer / Mixer
"Be The Change", "Superstars" Shuree – Be The Change EP BEC Recordings Writer / Producer / Mixer
"V.I.P.", "King of Mercy", "Good News" Manic Drive - V.I.P. Whiplash/BEMA Writer / Producer / Mixer - Awards: Juno Award, #1 Christian Rock
"Lights Out" Silverline - Lights Out Dream Records / EMI Writer – Awards: #1 Christian Rock

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Blume, Jason (28 July 2014). "Writing and Placing Songs Internationally". Broadcast Music, Inc. Retrieved 25 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Frost, Kayla. "Oh, Hush!" AzTeen Magazine. Dec. 2007
  3. ^ , Wilhelm, Alex. "Oh, Hush! Sign…” Crazed Hits..
  4. ^ "Veckolista Album - Vecka 45, 9 november 2012" (in Swedish). Sverigetopplistan. Archived from the original on 9 November 2012. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 

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