Christopher Braide is a Grammy nominated, Ivor Novello and ASCAP award winning British songwriter, record producer and singer based in Malibu, Los Angeles.
A naturally gifted vocalist, pianist and producer, he also plays guitar, bass, drums, programs, writes lyrics, melody and film score. A diverse creator, Christopher works with artists to write and produce original, memorable and moving contributions to music.
First signed as an artist by Dave Stewart in the UK and Craig Kallman at Atlantic Records in the US before relocating to Los Angeles to produce and write for some of the worlds biggest artists, such as Sia, Lana Del Rey, Nicki Minaj, LP, Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez, David Guetta, Marc Almond, Halsey, Wrabel, Robin Schulz, Beth Ditto, Yuna, Beyonce, Jason Mraz, Elle King, Natalie Portman and more.
Christopher is a frequent collaborator of Sia, together they have written for her own projects, movie soundtracks and for many other artists. Notable songs they have written over the years are: Kill and Run for the Great Gatsby movie and soundtrack, Helium for the 2017 Fifty Shades Darker movie and soundtrack, Pretty Isn't perfect/Unstoppable for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, Suitcase for the 2017 movie Ballerina, God Made You Beautiful for the Beyoncé movie Life Is But A Dream, Perfume for Britney Spears, Blank Page for Christina Aguilera, She Wolf (Falling to Pieces) for David Guetta f/ Sia, Big Girls Cry, Eye of the Needle, Confetti, Midnight Decisions, Space Between, Unstoppable for Sia, co - Produced the Sia f/ Labrinth collaboration To Be Human from the Wonder Woman movie and soundtrack, 2018 remix of Helium f/ David Guetta and Afrojack for the 2018 MAC cosmetics campaign, co - wrote and produced the current 2018 single Flames for David Guetta f/ Sia and Produced all of Natalie Portman’s vocals for the movie Vox Lux.
Christopher Braide is published by BMG Music Publishing worldwide/ Magical Thinking BMI
Management: Olivia Braide
Magical Thinking Studios
Andrew Gould - BMG
Magical Thinking BMI