Jamie Scott is a British singer, songwriter and producer. Scott has had multiple incarnations as a performing artist. In 2007 he released “Park Bench Theories” (Polydor) with Jamie Scott & The Town. 2010 saw the beginning of his collaboration with producer TommyD on Graffiti6; the duo released ‘Colours’, “The Bridge” and the hit US single “Free” (Capitol). Scott then returned to his solo act with 2014’s “My Hurricane” (Virgin), and most recently he co-wrote and featured on Martin Garrix & David Guetta’s “So Far Away’ (STMPD, 2017).
In 2009 Scott started actively working as a songwriter for other artists, his first break coming from a song called 'Don't Go' on JLS’s 5x platinum debut album. He quickly followed this with Enrique Iglesias’s hit single "Heartbeat" featuring Nicole Scherzinger. In 2010 Scott penned a song called 'More Than This' which was pitched to a new boyband called One Direction; this was the start of Scott's working relationship through all five of their albums, including co-writing their singles, 'Story of my Life', 'Night Changes' and 'Drag Me Down' amongst others.
As a writer and producer Scott has sold over 50 million albums, 50 million singles, has had 9 UK No.1 albums, 4 US Billboard No.1 albums and 3 Number 1 UK singles. Scott’s works include Major Lazer & Justin Bieber’s “Cold Water”, Rag’N’Bone Man’s “Skin”, Rudimental’s “These Days” & Niall Horan’s “This Town”. Scott has had songs released with artists including, Jess Glynne, Kieth Urban, Callum Scott, Tom Odell, Birdy, Izzy Bizu, Nelly Furtado, Gavin James, Michael Kiwanuka, Ron Sexsmith, 5SOS, The Vamps, Little Mix, Olly Murs, Ella Henderson, Jessie Ware, Christina Perri and Ed Sheeran.