Richard Daniel Roman

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Richard Daniel Roman
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Born (1965-03-16) 16 March 1965 (age 50)
London, England
Residence Marbella, Spain
Occupation Songwriter, record producer, multi-instrumentalist

Richard Daniel Roman (born 16 March 1965, Kings Cross, London) is a British songwriter, record producer and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work with pop musicians.


Roman was born in 1965 to Spanish parents. In 1992 he moved to Spain where he established himself as a major Latin pop songwriter and producer, working with some of the biggest names in entertainment.

Roman worked with Paulina Rubio ("Vive El Verano"), Adele ("Rolling In The Deep", "Don't You Remember", "Someone Like You", "Set Fire To The Rain" and "Skyfall"), David Bowie ("Where Are We Now?"), Lady Gaga ("Just Dance", "Poker Face", "Paparazzi", "Bad Romance", "Alejandro" and "Monster"), Lorde ("Royals"), Miley Cyrus ("Wrecking Ball"), Taylor Swift ("State of Grace"), Ellie Goulding ("Burn"), Katy Perry, Juicy J ("Dark Horse"), Lana Del Rey ("Summertime Sadness"), Coldplay ("Clocks"), Green Day ("Boulevard of Broken Dreams"), Beyoncé ("Halo"), Shakira ("Hips Don't Lie", "Dare (La La La)" and "Whenever, Wherever"), Wyclef Jean, Carlinhos Brown, Celine Dion ("Loved Me Back To Life"), Eminem, Rihanna, ("Love The Way You Lie"), John Legend ("All Of Me"), Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Claudia Leitte ("We Are One (Ole Ola)"), Sia ("Chandelier"), Xuxa, Rebeca, Lorena Rojas,[1] Shaila Durcal,[2] Cristian Castro,[3] Jerry Rivera and others.

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Television soundtracks[edit]


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  2. ^ "Shaila Durcal",, 19 March 2010, retrieved 2011-07-20
  3. ^ "Cristian Castro en Estudio Billboard", El Dia News, 2011, retrieved 2011-07-20