Tracklacers

Tracklacers are a Grammy nominated British music production and songwriting team, consisting of Jon Keep and Steve Daly, based in London and Los Angeles. Known for their unique pop music style, recent notable collaborations include: Christina Aguilera, Pink, Lana Del Rey, The Saturdays, Afrojack, andDanja.

Tracklacers work edwith Christina Aguilera on her new album Lotus, producing the song 'Army Of Me' which she performed at the 2012 American Music Awards.

Tracklacers are nominated for a grammy for their work with Pink on her sixth studio album, The Truth About Love producing the song 'Where Did The Beat Go' with Billy Mann . The album was released on September 18, 2012 and was Pinks first ever number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, selling more than 280,000 copies in its first week.

In September 2012, Tracklacers were called upon to work with Sir Paul McCartney, One Direction, Chris Martin, Snow Patrol, Olly Murs, JLS, Robbie Williams, Rizzle Kicks, Ronan Keating, and Gary Barlow producing a pop song for actor James Corden's wedding reception.

The duo produced and co-wrote two songs ('Wish I Didn't Know' and 'Promise Me') on The Saturdays third studio album On Your Radar. They also produced 'Spender' for UK rapper Smiler ft Lana Del Rey, Released in June and named by BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe as the "Hottest record in the world.

Through their production company New Track City they signed and developed UFO, who then went on to become JLS due to a name change on The X Factor, Naming themselves after the sound 'Jack The Lad Swing' which Tracklacers and the boys had developed together.