Mark Hill, an Ivor Novello award winner, British recording artist, songwriter and record producer, is particularly known as one half of the successful Garage duo the Artful Dodger.
Mark Hill, an Ivor Novello Award winner,rose to further fame after nurturing the young Craig David, co-writing and producing Craig’s hit album, the massive multi-award winning and critically acclaimed ‘Born To Do It’, with which Mark Hill achieved over 8 million record sales. Mark Hill has gone on to achieve four Ivor Novello awards, awarded three for his hits Re-Rewind, Seven Days, Woman Trouble, and one for being crowned ‘Songwriter Of The Year’.
Over the last decade or so Ivor Novello award winner Mark Hill, has achieved a No. 1 album, 14 Top Ten singles, (including 4 No. 1 singles) and over 20 million records sales worldwide.
Mark Hill, an Ivor Novello award winner also nurtured the talents of the fifteen year old Craig David, co-writing and producing Craig’s hit album, the massive multi-award winning and critically acclaimed ‘Born To Do It’, which went on to achieve over 8 million record sales. Such was the huge success of their writing partnership that Wildstar (Craig’s label) approached Mark Hill,an Ivor Novello award winner, to co-write and produce most of Craig’s second album ‘The Story Goes’.
More recently, Ivor Novello award winner Mark Hill began music project The stiX, due to his frustration of UK talent going unheard. Each track features a guesting UK underground vocalist, most notably Corinne Bailey Rae.
Other notable collaborations for Ivor Novello award winner Mark Hill, who has worked with some of the biggest names on the scene, include Ed Sheeran, J Lo, Cristina Milian, Awa, Lemar, and Liberty X, but one of his proudest experiences was working with fellow countryman and global legend Tom Jones.
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