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Jenna Andrews (born May 13, 1986)[1] is a Canadian singer-songwriter and record producer from Calgary, Alberta.[2][3][4] Andrew's debut single, “Tumblin Down” charted on Billboard charts Urban AC and the Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart and was featured on the television show, Grey's Anatomy.[5][6] Andrews has also recorded with Drake, Jennifer Lopez, Jessie J, Lily Allen, Dua Lipa, Little Mix, and others.[7][5][6]

Contents

DiscographyEdit

Extended playsEdit

SinglesEdit

Title Year Album
"Tumblin' Down" 2010 Non-album single
"Kiss and Run" 2012 Kiss and Run EP
"Weapon"
"Unhappy Ending" 2013

Featured appearancesEdit

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"One Thing"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)
2013 Lapalux Nostalchic
"Repetition"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)
2015 Redlight X Colour
"Sweat"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)
2016 Cash Cash Blood, Sweat & 3 Years

Songwriting and Production CreditsEdit

Title Year Artist(s) Album Credits Written with Produced with
"One Thing"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)[8]
2013 Lapalux Nostalchic Featured artist/Co-writer Stuart Howard -
"Walking Away"[9] Sick Puppies Connect Co-writer Shimon Moore, Emma Anazi -
"I Want You Back"[10] Yuna Nocturnal Yunalis Zarai -
"Goodbye"[11] 2014 Girls' Generation Mr. Mr. EP Lindy Robbins, Brent Paschke -
"A Place Like This"[12] Majid Jordan A Place Like This EP Majid Al Maskati, Jordan Ullman -
"Run"[13][14] Marsha Ambrosius Friends & Lovers Marsha Ambrosius, Dillon Pace -
"Forever"[15] Majid Jordan A Place Like This EP Majid Al Maskati, Jordan Ullman -
"U"[16] Co-writer/Additional producer Majid Al Maskati, Jordan Ullman Majid Jordan
"Personal"[17][18] Jessie J Sweet Talker Co-writer Gabrielle Varner, William Wiik Larsen -
"You & the 6"[19] 2015 Drake If You're Reading This It's
Too Late
Aubrey Graham, Anderson Hernandez, Allen Ritter, Matthew Samuels, Noah "40" Shebib, Ramond Ibanga Jr., Majid Al Maskati, Jordan Ullman -
"Bottled Up"[20] Tori Kelly Unbreakable Smile Victoria Kelly, Charles Harmon -
"현기증 (Vertigo)"[21] TVXQ Rise as God Maxwell Schneider, Dillon Pace -
"Live Forever"[22] The Band Perry My Bad Imagination Kimberly Perry, Neil Perry, Reid Perry, Nadir Khayat, Jakke Erixson, Karl-Ola Kjellholm -
"Bring Me to Life"
(featuring Kalin and Myles)[23]
Skylar Stecker This is Me Skylar Stecker, Nadir Khayat, Jakke Erixson, Kalin White, Myles Parrish -
"Submarine"
(featuring Sevyn Streeter)[24]
Cal Scruby House in the Hills Callum Scruby, Thomas Meredith, Mason Levy, Chandra Uber, Amber Streeter -
"Repetition"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)[25]
Redlight X Colour Featured artist/Co-writer Hugh Pescod -
"Make It Work"[26] 2016 Majid Jordan Majid Jordan Co-writer/Vocal producer Majid Al Maskati, Jordan Ullman, Andrea Landis, Dillon Pace Majid Jordan
"Control"[27] SoMo The Answers Co-writer Joseph Somers-Morales, Michael Holmes, Jordan Evans -
"All About Us"[28] Jordan Fisher Jordan Fisher EP Francesco Yates, Rory Andrew, Dillon Pace -
"Cruel Life"[29][30] Jule Vera Waiting on the Sun Anesley Newman, Bryan Fryzel -
"Sweat"
(featuring Jenna Andrews)[31]
Cash Cash Blood, Sweat & 3 Years Featured artist/Co-writer Samuel Frisch, Alexander Makhlouf, Jean Paul Makhlouf -
"Mind Games"[32] Banks The Altar Co-writer Jillian Banks, Christopher Taylor, Timothy Anderson -
"Mother Earth"[33] Jillian Banks -
"Stay in the Dark"[34] 2017 The Band Perry My Bad Imagination Kimberly Perry, Neil Perry, Reid Perry, Benny Cassette -
"Curve"[35] SoMo The Answers Joseph Somers-Morales, Donald Tarpley Jr. -
"Don't Love Me"[36] Janine 99 Janine Foster, Cecil Bernardy, Jonathan Dorr, Kerry Brothers Jr. -
"Stay Together"[37] Noah Cyrus Non-album single Additional producer - Digital Farm Animals, Hudson Mohawke
"I'm Stuck"[38] Co-writer/Vocal producer Noah Cyrus, Timothy McKenzie, Samuel Romans Labrinth
"All Falls Down"
(featuring Noah Cyrus and
Digital Farm Animals)
[39]
Alan Walker Different World Vocal producer - Alan Walker, Mood Melodies, The Six, Gunnar Greve, Chris "TEK" O'Ryan, Alex Holmberg
"Slow"
(featuring Noah Cyrus)[40]
Matoma One in a Million Producer - Matoma, Jayson DeZuzio, MAG, Scott Robinson
"My Way"
(with Noah Cyrus)[41]
One Bit Non-album single - One Bit, Joe Ashworth
"On a Body Like You"
(featuring Rachel Salvit)[42][43]
2018 Felix Jaehn I Co-writer Felix Jaehn, Rachel Salvit, James Nosanow -
"Team"
(with Max)[44]
Noah Cyrus Non-album single Co-writer/Producer Noah Cyrus, Maxwell Schneider, Mike Elizondo, Emily Weisband Mike Elizondo
"Numb"[45] Janine 99 Co-writer Janine Foster, Cecil Bernardy, Jonathan Dorr -
"Everything to Feel
Something"[46][47]
Lily Allen No Shame Lily Cooper, Benjamin Garrett, Eliza Caird -
"Lately"[48]
(featuring Tanner Alexander)
Noah Cyrus Non-album single Producer - Tanner Alexander
"Wanted"[49] Tyler Shaw Intuition Co-writer Tyler Shaw, Alexander Vujic -
"Mad at You"
(with Gallant)[50]
Noah Cyrus Good Cry EP Producer - Kid Harpoon
"Punches"
(with LP)[51][52]
Co-writer Noah Cyrus, Joseph Janiak -
"Sadness"[53] Producer - Rob Grimaldi
"Remember"
(with Zohara)[54][55]
Gryffin TBA Co-writer Daniel Griffith, Rachel Salvit, Deiderik van Elsas, Parrish Washington -
"PRFCT"[56] Sabrina Carpenter Singular: Act I Sabrina Carpenter, Robert Persaud -
"Love a Girl Right" Little Mix LM5 Vocal producer - Chris Loco, Joe Kearns, Kamille
"American Boy" - The Six, Louis Bell, Aaron Hibell
"Motivate"[57] Co-writer/Vocal producer Leigh-Anne Pinnock, Jade Thirwall, Perrie Edwards, James Norton, Hanni Ibrahim, Patrick Patrikios, Javier Gonzalez Loosechange, Yei, S1, Jameil Aossey, Lonestarrmuzik, Joe Kearns
"Notice" Vocal producer - Mike Sabath, John Hill, Joe Kearns
"The Cure" - TMS, Joe Kearns
"Forget You Not" - Jorgan Odegard, Electric, Kamille, Joe Kearns
"The Cure (Stripped)" - TMS, Joe Kearns

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