The website of Fraser T Smith
Fraser T. Smith (born 8 February 1971, Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England) is an award winning English record producer, songwriter, mix engineer and guitarist. He is responsible for songs such as James Morrison's "Broken Strings" featuring Nelly Furtado, the second single from his album, Songs for You, Truths for Me; "Number 1" Tinchy Stryder ft. N-Dubz which spent 3 weeks at number in in April 2009 ,"Take Me Back" (Tinchy Stryder ft. Taio Cruz), "Hot Stuff (Let’s Dance)" from Craig David's fourth album, Trust Me; as well as Kano's "Typical Me" from his debut album, Home Sweet Home and "This Is The Girl" from his second album, London Town. He is currently working with Tinchy Stryder, McLean, Zarif and Taio Cruz and has recently co-written, produced and mixed "Strong Again" - the third single from N-Dubz's album platinum selling album, Uncle B. Fraser recently remixed Jennifer Hudson's "If This Isn't Love" which was released on 23/03/09.
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