Leading pop songwriter Wayne Hector on his ambition to work with bands

Paul Williams

Even by his own high standards hit songwriter Wayne Hector hit a purple patch in 2012 with co-writes for Nicki Minaj and The Wanted becoming two of the biggest global smashes of the year.

Between them Starships, penned with Minaj, RedOne and Swedes Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk, and Glad You Came, written with Ed Drewett and his long-time collaborator Steve Mac, have sold something like 12 million downloads. And that is in addition to him landing songs on latest ...

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