Coco Morier is a songwriter, artist, and producer who has assembled a remarkable resume of hits and song placements all over the world. Some of Morier’s best-known work includes five songs recorded by Britney Spears over three albums, including “How I Roll,” which Rolling Stone named the “Best Pop Song of 2011.” Varied artists such as Tom Jones, Selena Gomez, Ellie Goulding and Demi Lovato have engaged Morier’s songwriting skills, leading to chart-topping pop hits in Germany, Australia and Sweden as well as the #1 U.S. Billboard Dance track “Dirty Talk” (Wynter Gordon). In 2011, she penned Lena’s “Taken by a Stranger” for the German entry for Eurovision Song Contest.
As a solo recording artist/producer and with her band Electrocute she’s written and produced for film, television, and video games such as the Spongebob Squarepants Movie, Broad City, Grey’s Anatomy, Mistresses, Radio Shack, Verizon, Crayola, Victoria’s Secret, Kung Fu Panda, Fifa, and The Sims . She also toured as guitarist for legendary French singer/actress Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Coco is currently working from her studio in Los Angeles, writing with various artists and composing film and TV music. She recently co-wrote Super Mario Brothers Theme Song with Galantis and Charli XCX for a Nintendo Theme Park in Tokyo as well as the 200 million + streamed single for Ava Max, Salt. She also produced the two first singles for her new electro pop all-girl band Daughters of Noise! and two full-length albums as Electrocute for Extreme Music.