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STUART CRICHTON'S TRACES IN DNA
2/4/19

With a handful of writing and production credits on the Backstreet Boys' chart-topping DNA, Stuart Crichton is proof it's never too late to catch fire. 

The Milk & Honey repped writer/producer penned hit single "Don't Go Breaking My Heart" with Steven Wrabel and Jamie Hartmann, which ended up going top 10 at AC. The Backstreet Boys' career-renaissance parallels Crichton's recent run of success. 

Prior to his DNA success, Crichton wrote and produced on Kesha's most recent album Rainbow, along with credits for acts Kygo and Conrad Sewell