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Hannah V/Hannah Vasanth

Hannah V
Born Hannah Vasanth
Germany
Education Royal Academy of Music
Occupation Music Producer, Songwriter

Hannah V (full name Hannah Vasanth) is a London-based music producer and songwriter signed to Pitched Up under Sony UK. She was previously a session keyboard player for many major pop acts including Rihanna, Jessie J, Jason Derulo, Taio Cruz, Jay Sean, Sugababes and Anastacia.

Contents

  • Early life 1
  • Career 2
  • Live Credits 3
  • Production/Studio Credits 4
  • Awards 5
    • Endorsements/Affiliations 5.1
  • References 6

Early life

Hannah V was born in Germany to South Indian parents. She briefly lived in India (Vellore), but spent the majority of her childhood in Berlin. Having been classically trained as a child, Hannah regularly accompanied bands and choirs in school and church. Inspired by an introduction to Jazz records in her teens, Hannah moved to London to study at the Royal Academy of Music to pursue a career in music.

Career

After graduating, Hannah began her career playing keyboards for various pop artists. A stint with Broken Beat group Bugz in the Attic sparked her interest in music production, which she began teaching herself in her spare time. In 2014 Hannah signed to Pitched Up Records as an artist/producer and decided to shift her focus from session keyboard playing to production. Her debut EP “Version 2.0” was released in early 2015.

Live Credits

Hannah has played and toured with Jessie J (2011–2013) Rihanna (“Last Girl on Earth” World Tour 2010), Anastacia (“Heavy Rotation” European Tour 2009), Lalah Hathaway, The Girls Aloud, Nicola Roberts, Sugababes, Jason Derulo, Jon Lord, Jay Sean, Taio Cruz, Daniel Merriweather, ABC, Will Young, David Jordan, Bugz in the Attic and Charlotte Church. She played in the House Band of Sky 1′s hit TV Show “Don’t Forget the Lyrics” spanning 3 series. She has played stages such as Wembley Stadium, Madison Square Garden and The Staples Centre.

Production/Studio Credits

Hannah has recorded, produced and written with artists such as Mousse T, Andreya Triana, JP Cooper, Alani Gibbons, Alex ‘Cores’ Hayes, Leo the Lion and Cherri V.

Awards

ARAM from the Royal Academy of Music

Endorsements/Affiliations

Production/Songwriting/Recording Credits

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References

  1. ^ Year Title Artist Release Credit 2009 Santa Baby Sugababes Christmas Single Piano/Keyboards
  2. ^ 2012 Done With It Cherri V Madame Rouge EP Writer/Producer
  3. ^ 2014 Colour Me in Gold JP Cooper Keep the Quiet Out EP Piano/Keyboards
  4. ^ 2014 Closer JP Cooper When the Darkness Comes EP Piano/Keyboards
  5. ^ 2014 When The Darknesss Comes JP Cooper When the Darkness Comes EP Piano/Keyboards
  6. ^ 2014 Closer JP Cooper When the Darkness Comes EP Piano/Keyboards
  7. ^ 2014 Satellite JP Cooper When the Darkness Comes EP Piano/Keyboards
  8. ^ 2015 Version 2.0 Hannah V Version 2.0 EP Producer/Writer
  9. ^ 2015 Make It Last Longer Hannah V Version 2.0 EP Producer/Writer
  10. ^ 2015 Grown Up Hannah V Version 2.0 EP Producer/Writer
  11. ^ 2015 Together We’re Like Hannah V Version 2.0 EP Producer/Writer
  12. ^ 2015 Gold Andreya Triana Giants Album Writer
  13. ^ 2015 Rollercoaster Cherri V Athagazagoraphobia
  14. ^ Producer 2015 It Ain’t Right Hannah V Single Producer/Writer
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