It is not a secret that behind every successful artist is a genius songwriter with a strong vision. Gregory Watton has been a mastermind behind many pop songs that we have enjoyed for over a decade. His extensive credits include writing tracks for a European boyband US5 back in 2008, as well as some of the biggest names in K-pop music. Gregory Watton has a profound gift of tailoring the song specifically for a given artist. This writer knows how to get the listener hooked as soon as the beat drops.
Let’s take a closer look at some of the biggest hits written by Gregory Watton.
Park Jung Ah – “Fly Away”
This is a pop song with a rock twist. The main emphasis in the melody is on the electric guitar, giving it spice and drive. On a day that you are feeling like a rockstar, this would be your “go to” song.
Tae Yang – “Sinner”
Singer Tae Yang definitely made the right move when he chose the song “ Sinner” to be in his repertoire. This single is a funky track that will make your head bop even without understanding the lyrics. The melody will get stuck in your head from the first listen. This is a great instrumental for a hip-hop dance routine. We applaud Tae Yang’s performance along with Gregory’s mixing and mastering.
Kim Hyun Joong – “Please”
This uplifting mid-tempo song has become one of Kim Hyun Joong’s leading singles. The song starts with a simple and gentle piano riff that sets the mood and tone of the track. This motive is present from beginning to the end and it’s perfect for Kim Hyun Joong’s voice. The overwhelming positive feedback from the fans speaks for itself, as many have noted that this is the song that got them into loving K-pop!
To find out more about Gregory Watton, check out his website and Instagram.