David Kreuger is a Swedish songwriter and music producer.
David Kreuger began at Cheiron Studios in the spring of 1993. During the period 1993-1997, he worked with Per Magnusson on several projects. Together, they produced and wrote songs for Swedish artists such as E-Type and Leila K, but also for international groups such as Solid Harmonie and Lyte Funkie Ones. Kreuger, Magnusson, and Jörgen Elofsson worked with Boyzone on their album Where We Belong in 1997, and Britney Spears's debut studio album in 1999.
He also co-produced Leah Haywood's debut single We Think It's Love, which was a top ten single in Australia. Kreuger also co-wrote the second #1 hit, "If I Let You Go", by Westlife.
|2012||Youngblood||"Youngblood"||Fredrik Kempe||Second Chance|
|2014||Alcazar||"Blame It on the Disco"||Fredrik Kempe, Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah||3rd|
|Oscar Zia||"Yes We Can"||Fredrik Kempe, Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah||8th|
|Sanna Nielsen||"Undo"||Fredrik Kempe, Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah||1st|
|2015||Eric Saade||"Sting"||Arash Fahmi, Fredrik Kempe, Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah||5th|
|Kristin Amparo||"I See You"||Kristin Amparo, Fredrik Kempe||Second Chance|
|2016||Samir & Viktor||"Bada nakna"||Fredrik Kempe, Anderz Wrethov||12th|
|2017||Robin Bengtsson||"I Can't Go On"||Hamed "K-One" Pirouzpanah, Robin Stjernberg||1st|
|2018||Jessica Andersson||"Party Voice"||Fredrik Kempe, Niklas Carson Mattsson, Jessica Andersson||11th|
|2019||Jon Henrik Fjällgren||"Norrsken (Goeksegh)"||Fredrik Kempe, Niklas Carson Mattsson, Jon Henrik Fjällgren||4th|
|2020||William Stridh||"Molnljus"||Markus Lidén, Christian Holmström, William Stridh||5th (Semi-final)|
|2021||Jessica Andersson||"Horizon"||Fredrik Kempe, Marcus Lidén, Christian Holmström||5th (Semi-final)|
|Klara Hammarström||"Beat of Broken Hearts"||Fredrik Kempe, Niklas Carson Mattson, Andreas Wijk||6th|
|2017||Isabell Otrębus||"Voiceless"||Fredrik Kempe||4th|
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