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  1. Go on Girl

    Go on Girl (2007)


    "Go On Girl" is a song written by Ne-Yo, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Espen Lind and Amund Bjørklund, for Ne-Yo's second studio album Because of You. It was released to radio as the fourth single on December 4, 2007. It has so far has peaked at number 29 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, giving Ne-Yo his tenth top forty hit on the chart. Also, to date, it has peaked at number 96 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  2. Wet

    Wet (2011)


    "Wet" is a song by American recording artist Nicole Scherzinger, taken from her debut studio album Killer Love (2011). The song was written by Ester Dean and Traci Hale, co-written and produced by Norwegian duo StarGate (Tor E. Hermansen and Mikkel S. Eriksen) and Sandy Vee. The song was sent to Australian radio on September 26, 2011.

  3. Miss Independent

    Miss Independent (2008)


    "Miss Independent" is a 2008 single by American pop/R&B singer Ne-Yo. It is the second single from his album Year of the Gentleman and was produced by Stargate. It samples the song "Forget About Me" by Lil Bit. The song was written by Ne-Yo and co-written by Stargate. It was released as a music download on August 26, 2008 and physical release in September 2008.

  4. So Sick

    So Sick (2006)


    "So Sick" is a song by American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo. The track was produced by Norwegian production team Stargate for Ne-Yo's debut album In My Own Words.

  5. Tattoo

    Tattoo (2007)


    "Tattoo" is a song by American recording artist Jordin Sparks, taken from her self-titled debut album. Written by Amanda Ghost, Ian Dench and StarGate, with the latter also producing the song, "Tattoo" was released on August 27, 2007 as the lead single from the album.

  6. Peacock

    Peacock (2010)


    "Peacock" is a song by American recording artist Katy Perry, taken from her third studio album, Teenage Dream (2010). Because the song was filled with suggestive lyrics pertaining to male genitalia, Perry's record label initially went against the idea of including it on her record. Similar to what happened with another song of hers – "I Kissed a Girl" (2008) – she refused. "Peacock" was met with generally negative reviews and, musically, was compared to the 1980s hit "Mickey" by Toni Basil, and Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" (2005).

  7. Right Now

    Right Now


    "Right Now" is a song by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna from her seventh studio album, Unapologetic (2012). The song features French disc jockey David Guetta. Rihanna co-wrote the song with R&B singers Ne-Yo and The-Dream, while their longtime collaborators, Norwegian production duo StarGate, co-produced the track alongside Guetta and his own longtime collaborators Nicky Romero and Giorgio Tuinfort. It was sent to contemporary hit and rhythmic radios in the United States as the fifth single from the album on May 28, 2013. Musically, "Right Now" draws influence from electronic and dance music. The lyrical content features Rihanna chanting to live life in the current moment.

  8. Come Back To Me

    Come Back To Me (2009)


    "Come Back to Me" is a pop and R&B song by Japanese American pop singer Utada. The song was written by Utada and Stargate and was produced by Utada, Stargate and her father, Sking U. "Come Back to Me" is the first single from her second English-language album This Is the One. In the United States, the song has peaked at number five on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play and number 93 on the Pop 100 chart.

  9. Half of Me

    Half of Me


    "Half of Me" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna for her seventh studio album Unapologetic (2012). It was written by Emeli Sandé, Naughty Boy and Stargate, with production done by the latter two. It is a chamber pop song that sees Rihanna deliver vocals in an "experimental" fashion. Its lyrics have been described as a "personal essay", with lyrics that discuss Rihanna's unrepentant attitude in letting people into her life. She references Oprah Winfrey in the line "You saw me on the television". The song garnered positive reviews from music critics, some of whom felt that it is "heartfelt" and "psychedelic". Upon the release of Unapologetic, the song charted in Canada, France, Ireland, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. It debuted at number 10 on the UK R&B Chart.

  10. Jump



    "Jump" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna for her seventh studio album, Unapologetic (2012). It was written by Kevin Cossom, M. B. Williams, StarGate and Chase & Status, with production done by the latter two and Kuk Harrell. It is a dubstep song which samples the lyrics of "Pony" (1996), a song performed by Ginuwine. Its composition and structure received comparisons to not only Justin Timberlake's song "Cry Me a River" and Magnetic Man, "I Need Air", but also to some of Rihanna's previous songs, including "Rude Boy" and "Red Lipstick". A remix of the song called "Jump (Club Cheval Rap Remix)" by rapper Theophilus London was leaked onto the internet. "Jump" was serviced to Australian radio on January 24, 2014 as the album's fifth Australian single and seventh overall.

  11. Talk That Talk

    Talk That Talk


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  12. I Am

    I Am (2009)


    "I Am" is a song taken from American R&B singer-songwriter Mary J. Blige's album Stronger with Each Tear. The song was written by Blige, Johntá Austin, Ester Dean, Tor Erik Hermansen, Mikkel Eriksen with musical production from Stargate and was released as the second single from the album.

  13. Wait for You

    Wait for You


    "Wait for You" is a song by former American Idol contestant Elliott Yamin. It is the first official single from his self-titled album Elliott Yamin (following the retail-only promotional hit "Movin' On").

  14. Always Come Back To Your Love

    Always Come Back To Your Love (2000)


    "Always Come Back to Your Love" is the third single from Gotta Tell You, the debut album of the Irish singer Samantha Mumba. The single was produced by Norwegian production team Stargate, who are best known for working with the likes of Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Jordin Sparks and Chris Brown.

  15. Walk Away

    Walk Away


    "Walk Away (Remember Me)" is the second single from Paula DeAnda. It was released in the United States in 2006 and features The D.E.Y., and was written by Ne-Yo and Christina Milian together with producers Stargate. The song is about feelings from an old relationship that have resurfaced once the protagonist has seen her ex's new girlfriend.

  16. Bossy

    Bossy (2008)


    "Bossy" is a song by American recording artist Lindsay Lohan. The song was written by Shaffer Smith, known by his stage name Ne-Yo, while additional writing and song production was done by Stargate members Mikkel Storleer Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen. After leaking online in the beginning of May 2008, Universal Motown officially released the song to media outlets, while its digital single was released on May 27, 2008. The song draws musical influence from the electropop and dance-pop genres; it is about a woman being strong enough to get what she wants when she wants it. "Bossy" attained generally mixed critical reception upon release. Critics generally praised the attitude of the song, but considered the song less catchy than Lohan's previous efforts. "Bossy" managed to peak at number 77 on the Canadian Hot 100, and became Lohan's first song from her entire career to reach number one on the United States' Billboard Hot Dance Club Play.

  17. Roc Me Out

    Roc Me Out


    "Roc Me Out" is a song recorded by Barbadian recording artist Rihanna for her sixth studio album Talk That Talk (2011). It was written by Ester Dean, Robert Swire, Gareth McGrillen, Mikkel S. Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen. The track was produced by StarGate (Eriksen and Hermansen) and Knife Party (Swire and McGrillen). "Roc Me Out" is a synthpop song reminiscent of Rihanna's previous singles "Rude Boy" and "S&M". It is set in "chugging" tempo and features heavy synths, "contagious" hooks and West Indian nuances. Lyrically, the song features Rihanna sexually seducing her lover, while revealing her "nasty secrets".

  18. One Love

    One Love


    "One Love" is a song recorded by English boy band Blue. Written by the, it was released in the United Kingdom on 21 October 2002 as the lead single from their second studio album, One Love (2002). It reached number three on the UK Singles Chart. The song has received a BPI silver certification representing shipments at least 200,000 copies in the United Kingdom. The song contains a sample from Ja Rule's hit "Always on Time".

  19. Letting Go

    Letting Go


    "Letting Go (Dutty Love)" is a song by American recording artist Sean Kingston. It was produced by Stargate, and features Trinidadian recording artist Nicki Minaj. The song is the second single from Kingston's third studio album, which is yet to be titled. The song samples Rihanna's "Te Amo" which was also produced by the same production team, Stargate. To date it has sold more than 377,000 copies.

  20. One Word

    One Word


    "One Word" is the second official single from his self-titled album Elliott Yamin (following his first single "Wait for You" and the radio-only promotional hit "Movin' On")

  21. Scandalous



    "Scandalous" is a song by British R&B group Mis-Teeq. It was written by band members Su-Elise Nash, Alesha Dixon, and Sabrina Washington along with frequent collaborators Rustan Hallgeir, Tor Erik Hermansen, and Mikkel Eriksen for their second studio album, Eye Candy (2003), with production handled by the latter two. First released in 2003, the up-tempo R&B song became a hit throughout Europe and Oceania, reaching the top ten in Australia, Denmark, Ireland, New Zealand, and in the United Kingdom. "Scandalous" has sold 195,000 copies in the UK, becoming the group's biggest-selling single.

  22. Lose Control

    Lose Control


    "Lose Control (Let Me Down)" is a song performed by American recording artist Keri Hilson featuring Nelly, taken from her second studio album, No Boys Allowed (2010). The song was produced by Norwegian duo StarGate, who wrote the song with Nelly and Ester Dean. "Lose Control" was sent to rhythmic contemporary radio in the United States on May 10, 2011, as the album's fourth single.

  23. The Last Goodbye

    The Last Goodbye (2002)


    "The Last Goodbye" is a song by British girl group Atomic Kitten. It was composed by Daniel Poku, Espen Lind, Mikkel Storleer Eriksen, Tor Erik Hermansen, Hallgeir Rustan, and Peter Björkl and produced by Stargate for the band's second album Feels So Good (2002). The pop ballad was released as the third single from the album in 2003; in Ireland and the United Kingdom it was released as a double-A side with "Be with You". The song peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart in December of that year.

  24. I'm That Chick

    I'm That Chick (2008)


    "I'm That Chick" is a song by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, included as a track on her eleventh studio album, E=MC² (2008). Written by Carey, Mikkel S. Eriksen, Tor E. Hermansen, Johntá Austin, Rod Temperton, and produced by the former three, the song draws influence from soul, pop and disco music genres. "I'm That Chick" features a strong bass-line, and heavy disco-flavored production, and incorporates a sample of Michael Jackson's "Off the Wall". The song's lyrics finds the protagonist describing a relationship with their lover, as well as all the good qualities they can offer him. Additionally, the song features Carey wooing her significant other with a positive description of herself, while repeating 'I'm that chick you like'.

  25. Be with You

    Be with You (2003)


    "Be with You" is a song by British girl group Atomic Kitten. The song was written by Greg Wilson, Tracey Carmen and Martin Foster and is an adaptation of Electric Light Orchestra's song "Last Train to London", written by Jeff Lynne. Released in 2002 as a double a-side with "The Last Goodbye", the third single off their second album Feels So Good in the UK. The song was not part of any UK release of Feels So Good but was included on international editions and eventually on the third album Ladies Night in 2003. As a standalone single, the song became a hit in Australia, peaking at number ten, and number 15 in New Zealand.

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