Savan Kotecha

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Savan Kotecha
Birth name Savan Harish Kotecha
Origin Austin, Texas
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Website http://www.kananisongs.com/

Savan Harish Kotecha is an American songwriter and record producer of Indian descent, from Austin, Texas.[1] Kotecha has co-written such hits as:

among others. The recipient of 9 BMI Awards 9 ASCAP Awards and 2 Billboard Music Awards, Kotecha’s songs have achieved number-one status all over the world, having sold more than 200 million copies. Kotecha was seen on the American version of Simon Cowell's The X Factor as a vocal producer, a role reprised from the original UK show; Kotecha aided and developed the show's budding talent.

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Adam Lambert

"Evil in the night" "The Original High" "Things That I didn't Say"

Alexandra Burke
Allison Iraheta
Ariana Grande
Backstreet Boys
  • "In a World Like This"
BC Jean
  • "I’ll Survive You"
Britney Spears
Carolina Liar
  • "All That Comes Out Of My Mouth"
Carrie Underwood
  • "Quitter"
  • "Inside Your Heaven" (US #1)
Cassadee Pope
  • "Easier To Lie"
Celine Dion
Cher Lloyd
Christian TV
  • "Love2Baby"
Christina Aguilera
Danni Minogue
  • "Love Fight"
  • "Vibe On"
Days Difference
  • "Speakers" (#29 Hot AC)
Delta Goodrem
Demi Lovato
Ellie Goulding
  • "Love Me Like You Do" (UK #1) (US #3)
  • "On My Mind"
Enrique Iglesias
  • "Ring My Bells"
Emblem3
Fifth Harmony
  • "Better Together"
Geri Halliwell
Glee
Hilary Duff
  • "All About You" (US Mainstream Top 40 - #38)
Il Divo
  • "Sempre Sempre"
  • "Una Noche"
  • "Mama"
Jennifer Lopez
  • "First Love"; (US CHR: 20)

Jessie James

  • "I Look So Good (Without You)" (US CHR #43)
  • "Burn It Up"
Jessie J
JLS
Jordan Pruitt
  • "My Shoes" (Radio Disney #11)
Justin Bieber
Ke$ha
  • "All That Matters (The Beautiful Life)"
Laza Morgan
  • "One by One"
Leona Lewis
Lesley Roy
  • "Psycho B**ch"
Lindsay Lohan
  • "Disconnected"
  • "Symptoms Of You"
Miranda Cosgrove

iCarly Soundtrack

  • "Stay My Baby" (Radio Disney #19)
  • "Oh Oh"
Madonna
  • "Devil Pray"
  • "Addicted"
  • "Borrowed Time"
Maroon 5
Megan & Liz
  • "Release You"
MKTO
  • "Forever Until Tomorrow"
Natalie La Rose
  • "Around The World"


Prince Royce
  • "Back It up" (feat PitBull) (US #98)
One Direction
Paul Potts
  • "Mamma"
Paula DeAnda
  • "Roll The Credits" (US CHR #37)
R5
  • "Lets Not Be Alone Tonight"
Robin Thicke
  • "Back Together" (feat Nicki Minaj)
Sage The Gemini feat. Nick Jonas
Shayne Ward
Shontelle
Tammin Sursok
The Vamps
  • "Somebody To You" (UK #4)
Tori Kelly

"Expensive" "California Lovers"


Tata Young
  • "Sexy, Naughty, Bitchy"
  • "Call Him Mine"
Usher
Victoria Justice
Vanessa Hudgens
  • "Say OK" (US #61)
  • "Whatever Will Be" (Tammin Sursok cover)
The Weeknd

"In The Night"

"Shameless"

Westlife
  • "Where We Are"
  • "No More Heroes"
  • "Us Against the World" (UK #8)
  • "Something Right"
  • "The Easy Way"
  • “Pictures In My Head”
  • "Amazing" (UK #4)
  • "Colour My World"
  • "Hit You With The Real Thing"
  • "Maybe Tomorrow"
  • "Miss You When I’m Dreaming"
  • "Still Here"
  • "Obvious" (UK #3)
  • "Heal"
  • "When a Woman Loves a Man"
  • "I Get Weak"

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Lindvall, Helienne (11 November 2010). "Behind the music: Who's the guy with the silly wigs on The X Factor?". The Guardian. Retrieved 12 November 2010. 
  2. ^ discography | Kanani Songs

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