Top 15 Hit songs you didn’t know were written by other famous artists

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Bebe Rexha: 'The Monster' by Eminem ft. Rihanna Before making it on her own, Rexha penned many songs for bigger stars.

Jessie J: 'Party in the USA' by Miley Cyrus Jessie J, who is notably not from the USA, famously said that the royalties.

Ryan Tedder: 'Halo' by Beyoncé This track was such a massive success and a defining hit for Queen Bey.

SZA: 'Feelin Myself' by Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé Producer Hit-boy revealed SZA was responsible for writing.

Pharrell: 'Hot In Herre' by Nelly Nelly revealed that he'd felt unsatisfied with the final cut of his album 'Nellyville.

Kesha: 'Till the World Ends' by Britney Spears Kesha has said that this song “was written specifically for Britney.

Taylor Swift: 'You'll Always Find Your Way Back Home' by Miley Cyrus Swift is another artist who has a legacy of her own but continues.

John Legend and Kanye West: 'I Want You' by Janet Jackson These two music geniuses have made names.

Ed Sheeran: 'Love Yourself' by Justin Bieber Sheeran worked with Bieber to write this track. He also penned One Direction.

Katy Perry: 'I Do Not Hook Up' by Kelly Clarkson Katy Perry is another pop star who has co-written a few songs.

Bruno Mars: 'Forget You' by CeeLo Green Bruno Mars started writing this song with his Smeezingtons production partner Philip Lawrence.

Lady Gaga: 'Elevator' by The Pussycat Dolls Before cranking out hit after hit for herself, Lady Gaga penned hits.

Harry Styles: 'Just a Little Bit of Your Heart' by Ariana Grande Grande herself told MTV she was in the studio recording her album 'My Everything' in 2014.

Mike Posner: 'Don't Tell Me You Love Me' by Big Sean The 'Cooler Than Me' singer has written for many artists, including co-writing.

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