Todd Wright (musician)

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Todd Wright
Origin Leesburg, Virginia
Genres Pop, Rock, R&B, dance, Country
Occupation(s) Songwriter (lyric, melody, music)

Todd Wright is an American music composer, songwriter and producer from the Washington D.C. area. Todd has collaborated with artists such as Butch Walker, Toby Lightman, Lucy Woodward, Audra Mae, Cazzette and numerous Korean Pop Stars VIXX and Luna. In addition to Todd's domestic and international chart success, he is credited with many songs placements in TV and Film



Todd Wright is an American music composer, songwriter and producer from the Washington D.C. area. Todd has collaborated with artists such as Celine Dion, Johnny Hallyday, Butch Walker, Toby Lightman, Lucy Woodward, Audra Mae, Cazzette and Korean Pop Stars VIXX, Luna and Amber Liu (singer). In addition to Todd's domestic and international chart success, he is credited with many songs placements in TV and Film. His songwriting has been streamed more than 70 million times and certified Platinum and Gold in Canada, France and Belgium.


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