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Diane Warren

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Seaside Diane Warren, Rita Ora, Sofía Reyes, Reik 03:20
Not Prepared For You Diane Warren, Lauren Jauregui 03:52
Live On Love Armin van Buuren, Diane Warren, My Marianne 02:51
Grow Old With Me Diane Warren, Leona Lewis, James Morrison 03:21
Sweet Diane Warren, Jon Batiste, Pentatonix 02:17
Superwoman Diane Warren, Céline Dion 03:41
She's Fire Diane Warren, G-Eazy, Santana 03:33
Sweet Jon Batiste, Pentatonix, Diane Warren 02:38
I Save Me Diane Warren, Maren Morris 03:12
You Go First Diane Warren, James Arthur 03:31

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Since her debut as a songwriter in the early '80s, American musician and producer Diane Warren has maintained a strong, steady presence on the US pop charts, penning songs for the likes of Aerosmith, Cher, Céline Dion, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, and Aretha Franklin, just to name a few. Born on September 7, 1956, in Van Nuys, California, she began writing songs at the age of 11 and continued to hone her craft during her adolescence. After graduating from California State University, Northridge in 1978, Diane Warren kicked off her songwriting career by providing English lyrics to Laura Branigan's Top 10 single "Solitaire" (1983), an English version of Martine Clémenceau's 1981 song of the same name. In 1985, her reputation as a true hitmaker was solidified after penning the chart-topping title track for R&B group DeBarge's fourth studio album, Rhythm of the Night. During the late '80s, Diane Warren partnered with UK label EMI and became the first songwriter in the history of Billboard magazine to simultaneously land seven hits by different artists on the chart. This success extended well into the '90s, with a Grammy award for Céline Dion's "Because You Loved Me" (1997) and three Billboard Songwriter of the Year awards in 1997, 1998, and 1999. A Passion For Music, a six-CD box set with some of her biggest hits, was released in 1998. Thanks to the cultural impact of her work, she was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2001 and secured a spot at the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012. In 2021, Diane Warren released her star-studded studio debut Diane Warren: The Cave Sessions Vol. 1, which included cameos by Carlos Santana, Rita Ora, Ty Dolla $ign, Céline Dion, and Luis Fonsi, among others. "Sweet," one of the singles from the album featuring Jon Batiste and Pentatonix, peaked at Number 30 on the US Adult Contemporary chart.