Who has written the most songs for other artists?

Who has written the most songs for other artists?

Sia may be a successful artist in her own right — earning herself a net worth of over £15 million — but she is also one of the most in-demand songwriters in the world. She has written an astonishing 73 songs for artists throughout her career, including “Diamonds” for Rihanna and “Perfume” for Britney Spears.

Who is considered the best soul singer?

Rolling Stone Readers Pick the Top 10 R&B/Soul Singers of All…

  1. Otis Redding. Like way too many of the soul legends on this list, Otis Redding died tragically young.
  2. Marvin Gaye.
  3. Sam Cooke.
  4. Aretha Franklin.
  5. Ray Charles.
  6. Al Green.
  7. Stevie Wonder.
  8. James Brown.

Who was the best male soul singer?

Final Results! Greatest Male Soul Singers of All Time

1 Marvin Gaye
2 Luther Vandross
3 Stevie Wonder
4 Sam Cooke
5 Teddy Pendergrass

Did Prince write other artists’songs?

While he was making albums of his own, Prince, a prolific songwriter and musician, also wrote and produced songs for other artists. And some of them turned into major hits. There are also quite a few covers of Prince songs that became hits for other artists, like Cyndi Lauper, Sinead O’Connor, and Alicia Keys.

What are some of Prince’s songs that other artists have covered?

In many cases, Prince had a hit, then another artist covered his song and made it a hit again (a good example is “Kiss,” which was a #1 U.S. hit for Prince in 1986 and a top 10 UK hit for Art of Noise featuring Tom Jones in 1989). Here’s some of Prince’s best material, as performed by other artists. 1. “Nothing Compares 2 U”

What songs did Prince write that are similar to Manic Monday?

6. “The Glamorous Life” by Sheila E. Like “Manic Monday,” Prince first wrote this song for Apollonia 6. The creation was eventually given to the singer and percussionist Sheila E., who transformed the song into a top dance hit. 7. “Jungle Love” by The Time

Did you know these Prince songs were originally written for the family?

Interestingly, the song was originally written for The Family, a band largely powered by Prince and including various band members who collaborated with him on other projects. You can listen to O’Connor’s version of the song above, and Prince performing it with Mary J. Blige below. 2. “When You Were Mine”