Information from The Daily Boxsta (London Based Producer | Songwriter | Mixer.)
Dated 12th January 2011 ~ JadeEwenFan
Recording with Sugababes @ Matrix Studios - sounding awesome ! All three girls completely killed their parts in the first 3 or 4 takes - fantastic singers !
And from the 4th December ~JEF
Boxsta Recording Sessions - Jade (Sugababes) and I and our new iPads, aah love at first sight ! :)
By the time he relocated to London in 2001, Pete “Boxsta” Martin had written over 15 No 1’s and countless top 10’s becoming one of South Africa’s most sought after multi- platinum selling producer/songwriters. Not surprisingly, it wasn’t long before he was snapped up by Universal Island UK, signing his first international label deal writing, producing and developing fresh UK talent with his innovative cutting edge style. He also showed versatility by remixing the likes of Britney Spears, Mary J Blige, Puff Daddy and Bob Marley to name a few.
Today he is not only a multi-talented producer songwriter, but is a sought after mix engineer with productions and mixes on a variety of top selling artists such as Sugababes, Dannii Minogue, Shola Ama, Big Brovaz, The Brand New Heavies to name a few. After recently signing a 3 year international deal with Chrysalis Music Publishing UK, he has written with an array of top UK and US songwriters such as Ruth Anne Cunningham (JoJo, Pixie Lott) ,Pam Sheyne (Christina Aguilera), Lamont Dozier (Motown Legend), Steve Lee (Britney Spears) and Tom Nichols (Jessica Simpson/Celine Dion)
He also ventured into new territory working with film composer Klaus Badelt on Catwoman Starring Hale Berry, remixing and lending his distinctive cutting edge style to the movie soundtrack.
2010 proved to be very successful with Top 10 International releases in the US and UK, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia (Check out Discography).
2011 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Pete “Boxsta” Martin with a host of new productions and collaboration’s with an array of new and established international artists and groups .