Rogét Chahayed

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Rogét Chahayed
Birth nameRogét Chahayed
BornMay 31, 1988
OriginLos Angeles, California
InstrumentsPiano, Keyboards
Years active2010–present
Associated acts

Rogét Chahayed (born May 31, 1988), is a Grammy-nominated American record producer, songwriter, and pianist. He has worked with major artists such as Travis Scott, DRAM, Khalid, Calvin Harris, Lil Yachty, Miguel, Kesha, Halsey, G-Eazy, Bebe Rexha, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre.[1][2]

Chahayed co-produced and cowrote DRAM's multi-Platinum, Grammy-nominated hit "Broccoli," Halsey's multi-Platinum hit "Bad at Love" and Travis Scott's multi-Platinum, Grammy-nominated hit "Sicko Mode," and he is cowriter of Miguel's multi-Platinum hit "Sky Walker."[3] He also cowrote and contributed production to Louis The Child and Wafia's Gold-selling hit "Better Not," MAX's hit "Love Me Less" featuring Quinn XCII, and Joji's hit "CAN'T GET OVER YOU."

Early life and career[edit]

Chahayed has been playing the piano since he was 7. He attended the San Francisco Conservatory of Music on a scholarship, studying under professor Yoshikazu Nagai. He graduated in 2010 with a degree in Piano Performance. He is currently based in Los Angeles, California.[4][5] As a producer, Chahayed has worked with Travis Scott, DRAM, Hit Boy, Miguel, Solange Knowles, Halsey, Lil Yachty, CL, Bruno Mars, ScHoolboy Q, PARTYNEXTDOOR, Jason Derulo, A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, Big Krit, Juan Gabriel, Doja Cat, J Balvin, Jon Connor, Calvin Harris, Moses Sumney, Travis Mills, Kendrick Lamar and Dr. Dre among others.[6][7][8]

Production discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Title Songwriter Producer
2016 Set It Off Upside Down "Life Afraid" ☑Y
"Hypnotized" ☑Y
DRAM Big Baby DRAM "Broccoli"
(featuring Lil Yachty)
☑Y ☑Y
"Monticello Ave" ☑Y ☑Y
"Sweet VA Breeze" ☑Y ☑Y
Travis Scott Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight "way back" ☑Y ☑Y
Travis Mills While You Wait "Believe That" ☑Y ☑Y
2017 Miguel War & Leisure "Sky Walker"
(featuring Travis Scott)
Kesha Rainbow "Boots" ☑Y ☑Y
Halsey Hopeless Fountain Kingdom "Bad at Love" ☑Y ☑Y
Calvin Harris Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 "Cash Out"
(featuring ScHoolboy Q, PartyNextDoor and DRAM)
Volumes Different Animals "Pullin' Shades" ☑Y
G-Eazy The Beautiful & Damned "Crash and Burn"
(featuring Kehlani)
☑Y ☑Y
DRAM #1HappyHoliday "The Christmas Song" ☑Y
"Silver Bells" ☑Y
Bright: The Album "Campfire"
(featuring Neil Young)
☑Y ☑Y
Big K.R.I.T. 4eva Is a Mighty Long Time "Aux Cord" ☑Y ☑Y
"Bury Me In Gold" ☑Y ☑Y
Wafia "Only Love" ☑Y ☑Y
Poo Bear "All We Can Do"
(featuring Juanes)
☑Y ☑Y
Whethan "Aftertaste"
(featuring Opia)
☑Y ☑Y
Ashe "Girl Who Cried Wolf" ☑Y ☑Y
Quinn XCII The Story of Us “60 Seconds” ☑Y ☑Y
Louis The Child "Right To It"
(featuring Ashe)
"Last To Leave"
(featuring Caroline Ailin)
2018 Rich Brian Amen "Flight" ☑Y ☑Y
Louis The Child "Better Not"
(featuring Wafia)
☑Y ☑Y
Travis Scott Astroworld "Sicko Mode"
(featuring Drake)
☑Y ☑Y
Khalid Suncity "Vertigo" ☑Y ☑Y
DRAM "Prototype" ☑Y
Doja Cat Amala "Roll With Us" ☑Y ☑Y
"Cookie Jar" ☑Y ☑Y
Quinn XCII "Iron and Steel" ☑Y ☑Y
Ashe The Rabbit Hole "After Life" ☑Y ☑Y
"Sometimes People Suck" ☑Y ☑Y
(featuring Vic Mensa)
☑Y ☑Y
Col3trane BOOT "Chemicals" ☑Y ☑Y
"Movie Star" ☑Y ☑Y
(featuring Clams Casino)
☑Y ☑Y
MAX "Worship" ☑Y ☑Y
Wafia "I'm Good" ☑Y ☑Y
Imad Royal and Mark Johns "Heart-Shaped Box" ☑Y
2019 MAX "Love Me Less"
(featuring Quinn XCII)
☑Y ☑Y
Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated "Automatically in Love" ☑Y ☑Y
"Right Words Wrong Time" ☑Y ☑Y
Gallant "Gentleman (Remix)"
(featuring T-Pain)
☑Y ☑Y
Quinn XCII From Michigan With Love "U & Us" ☑Y ☑Y
"When I Die" ☑Y ☑Y
Drax Project All This Time "All This Time" ☑Y ☑Y
Drax Project "Natural Selection" ☑Y ☑Y
NIKI "Indigo" ☑Y ☑Y
MAX "Checklist"
(featuring Chromeo)
☑Y ☑Y
Jason Derulo 2Sides (Side 1) "Diamonds" ☑Y ☑Y
"Best Friend"
(featuring Ty Dolla $ign)
☑Y ☑Y


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