Lindy Robbins

Los Angeles, California




Lindy Robbins is an American songwriter. She helped write songs for One Direction's Up All Night and Take Me Home albums. She has also written for the likes of Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and Leona Lewis.


She began singing with her father, Walter Wissman, when she was 3. She became a performer in NYC and LA before becoming a fill time songwriter in 1997. She now resides in Los Angeles, California.


Lindy Robbins' current and recent radio hits include the worldwide hit "Want to Want Me" by Jason Derulo, David Guetta's single "Dangerous" (feat. Sam Martin) which was number 1 in multiple countries, Classic" byMKTO (ASCAP Pop Award winner), "Slow Down" by Selena Gomez, "Skyscraper" by Demi Lovato, the Hot Chelle Rae hit "Tonight, Tonight" (ASCAP Pop Award Winner) and the follow up hit "I Like It Like That" featuring New Boyz, Jason Derulo's top 10 worldwide hit single "It Girl", and "Miss Movin' On" by Fifth Harmony.

She is also well known for writing the top 5 hit singles "Incomplete" by the Backstreet Boys, "What's Left of Me" (ASCAP Pop Award Winner) by Nick Lachey, and the 2006 Disney Song of the Year, "Cinderella" by The Cheetah Girls.

Other key releases include songs recorded by One Direction like "Taken", "Summer Love" and "She's not Afraid" etc, 5 Seconds of Summer, Leona Lewis, One Republic, R5, Faith Hill, Anastasia, Brandy, Jason Mraz, Jordin Sparks, Lucy Hale, Shaggy, Nicole Scherzinger, Westlife, Gloriana, Matthew Morrison, Big Time Rush, Lee DeWyze, Kris Allen, David Cook, Lisa Loeb, Jesse McCartney, Guy Sebastian, Clay Aiken, Toni Braxton, Monica and Audra McDonald.


One Direction

Up All Night

Take Me Home

Midnight Memories


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