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Hannah Robinson

Hannah Robinson born in Derbyshire, is a British songwriter. Her best-known compositions include Rachel Stevens's UK No. 2 hit "Some Girls", Ladyhawke's "My Delirium" and Annie's "Chewing Gum". Hannah began her career as a vocalist and in 2006 she achieved a No. 1 on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart with "Give Me Your Love", a collaboration with Carl Cox.


  • Career 1
  • Discography 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5


Robinson began her career, having no formal music or vocal training, by responding to adverts for session singers in the British music papers the NME and Melody Maker.[1] After an initial struggle she began securing backing vocal work firstly in Italy and then in London where she began working with different producers and increasingly established artists.[1] This career path eventually led to Robinson meeting her manager and then securing a publishing deal.[1]


List of songs written or co-written by Hannah Robinson:

Year Artist Tracks Album
2013 Say Lou Lou "Beloved" Better in The Dark EP
Annie "Hold On" The A&R EP
The Good Natured "5-Ht" 5-Ht
Zara Larsson "In Love With Myself" Introducing EP
2012 Icona Pop "Downtown" Icona Pop
"Rocket Science" [Spotify Exclusive]
Zowie "Anodyne" Love Demolition
Lana Del Rey "Lolita" Born to Die
2011 Christophe Willem "L'amour Me Gagne" Prismophonic
Sophie Ellis-Bextor "Bittersweet" Make a Scene
"Under Your Touch"
"Dial My Number"
CocknBullKid "Yellow" Adulthood
"The Hoarder"
2010 Kylie Minogue "Can't Beat The Feeling" Aphrodite
The Saturdays "Flashback" Ego
2009 Annie "Songs Remind Me of You" Don't Stop
"Marie Cherie"
"I Know UR Girlfriend Hates Me" All Nite EP
The Saturdays "I Can't Wait" Forever Is Over
Anthonio / Heartbreak "Annie" Annie
Annie "Ferret Summer" Anthonio
Natalia "Suspicion" Wise Girl
Saint Etienne "Method of Modern Love" London Conversations: The Best of Saint Etienne
2008 The Saturdays "Why Me, Why Now" Chasing Lights
Heidi "Encore" Audio Ballerina
Electrovamp "Drinks Taste Better When They're Free" How to Lose Friends & Alienate People Soundtrack
Ladyhawke "My Delirium" Ladyhawke
"Dusk Till Dawn"
Jennifer Paige "Best Kept Secret" Best Kept Secret
Stefanie Heinzmann "Masterplan" Masterplan
Michelle "Baby Don't Stop the Music" Melodi Grand Prix 2008
2007 Lorie "Le bonheur a tout prix!" 2lor en moi ?
Dannii Minogue "Feel Like I Do" Club Disco
"No Romeo" Unleashed
Sophie Ellis-Bextor "Me and My Imagination" Trip the Light Fantastic
"China Heart"
"What Have We Started?"
No Angels "Misguided Heart" Destiny
Sarah Nixey "Nothing on Earth" Sing, Memory
2006 Emma Bunton "I Wasn't Looking (When I Found Love)" Life in Mono
Sophie Ellis-Bextor "Dear Jimmy" Popjustice: 100% Solid Pop Music
Jamelia "Real Love" Beware of the Dog
"Do Me Right" Walk with Me
"Window Shopping"
"Ain't a Love"
"Got It So Good"
2005 Rachel Stevens "So Good" Come and Get It
"Crazy Boys"
"I Will Be There"
"Some Girls"
"Waiting Game" I Said Never Again
"Never Go Back" So Good
Geri Halliwell "Love Never Loved Me" Passion
"There's Always Tomorrow"
"Let Me Love You More"
2004 Freeform Five "No More Conversations" Strangest Things
Annie "Chewing Gum" Anniemal
"Me Plus One"
2003 Sugababes "Down Down" Too Lost in You
Liberty X "Everybody Cries" Being Somebody
Dannii Minogue "Hey! (So What)" Neon Nights
"Come and Get It"
S Club 8 "Searching For Perfection" Sundown
"Sail on Through"
2002 S Club Juniors "Only You" Together

See also


  1. ^ a b c "Interview With Hannah Robinson", HitQuarters, 21 December 2009.
  • Discography from Hannah Robinson's official website
  • Discography from Discogs
  • Discography from Swedishcharts
  • Discography from Hannah Robinson's management, This Much Talent

External links

  • Official website
  • Hannah Robinson's management, This Much Talent
  • Interview, HitQuarters Dec 2009
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