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Andrew Lane is a pop-hip hop-R&B songwriter and record producer. He was born in San Diego, California.

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Lane has worked with artists such as Backstreet Boys and Irene Cara. As a producer and songwriter, Lane has received gold and platinum accreditations for his work with R&B artists Speech, Keith Sweat, and Alsou. He also worked on the platinum-accredited records High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Disneymania 4, and Manny Fresh.

2012 Billboard Awards Winning producer Andrew Lane has teamed up with MP3 Music Awards to offer US Demo Recording contracts to the 2012 BUA Award Winner - Best Unsigned Act

In 1995, Lane relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, and formed the company Drew Right Music, Inc. In the fall of 1998, Lane received a producing-songwriting credit for three songs on Keith Sweat's Didn’t See Me Coming album.

Between 1998 and 2001, Lane produced and wrote songs for Universal, Elektra. and EMI.

In 2000, Lane's song "Solo" was performed by Russian pop star Alsou and released on Universal Music Russia. It became Russia’s highest selling single of 2000.

In 2003, Lane produced and co-wrote the song “Don’t Even Try”, which was used in the Disney movie Pixel Perfect, and became part of the soundtrack that charted for several weeks on the Billboard Top 200.

In 2006, Lane, along with several other writers and producers, worked on the High School Musical and Hannah Montana soundtracks. Lane produced, mixed, and programmed B5’s version of “Get Your Head in Tha Game” which sold over 4.7 million copies.

In 2007–2009, Lane discovered and produced the Clique Girls, who landed a record deal with Interscope Records.

Lane has 11 songs featured in the film Bring It On (Fight to the Finish).

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Writer/producer

  • Montana Tucker, featuring Flo Rida
  • "Turn it up"
  • Lisa Left Eye Lopes
  • Eye Legacy (2009)
  • "Neva Will I Eva"
  • "Listen"
  • Bring It On soundtrack (2009)
  • "Turn the Lights Out"
  • "Burn"
  • "Fuerte Fuerte"
  • "Dale"
  • "Candy Swirl"
  • "Famous"
  • "Boy Hunter"
  • "Drop It Hot"
  • "We Are the Dream Team"
  • "Boom"
  • "Oh Oh Here We Go"
  • Princess Diaries DVD game (2008)
  • "Incredible"
  • Clique Girlz
  • "Girls Rock" (2008)
  • Pamela Stacey
  • "You Don’t Know" (2008)
  • Kim Kline
  • "Gotta Let u Know" (2008)
  • Bring It On: In It to Win It soundtrack (2008)
  • "Don’t you Think I'm Hot"
  • UK Girls
  • "Do You Deliver"(2007)
  • Abusivo (2007)
  • La Costa Nuestra
  • "La Ciudad"
  • Collin Raye
  • Power in You (2007)
  • "Power In You"
  • Nakanomori Band
  • "Wanna" (2006)
  • Chis Doran
  • Eurovision Winn (2006)
  • "You know You Want It"
  • Springtime of Faith (2006)
  • "Fly to Heaven
  • Hannah Montana Soundtrack (2006)
  • Shining Star
  • Coco Brown
  • Parlane (2006)
  • Ohh Wee"
  • Beauty 24 Soundtrack (2006)
  • "Have you ever been here before"
  • Pop Stars Germany (2006)
  • Bomb Thang
  • "Like This"
  • High School Musical Special Edition (2006)
  • "Head in the Game"
  • Disneymania 4 (2006)
  • "Big Bad Wolf"
  • Bratz (2005)
  • Rock Angelz
  • "You Think"
  • Pixel Perfect Soundtrack (2004)
  • "Don’t Even Try It"
  • Keith Sweat
  • Didn’t See Me Coming (2000)
  • "Real Man"
  • "Don’t Have Me" feat. Dave Hollister
  • "He Say, She Say” feat. T-Boz*Alsou
  • "Solo"
  • Keith Sweat
  • Rebirth (2002)
  • "Somebody" (Japanese release)
  • Backstreet Boys
  • Millennium (1999)
  • "Back To Your Heart"
  • References

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