Reda Haddioui known as Redah, is an Award-winning French/Moroccan Record Producer, Composer, Songwriter, Audio engineer, and Artist based in Los Angeles, California. His production skills especially on vocals have been widely recognized on major TV shows such as NBC The Voice, American Idol, and on records such as Elliphant’s “To The End" featured in Spider-Man Into The Spider-Verse, which won “Best Animated Film” at the 76th annual Golden Globes, the 91st Academy Awards, and which was nominated for “Best Soundtrack Compilation” at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. In 2021, Singer-songwriter and American Idol winner Chayce Beckham's single "23" produced by Ross Copperman and Redah reached Number One on the worldwide Itunes Charts and Billboard Country digital sales. With over a decade of experience in the field, Redah writes, produces and mixes in a wide variety of genres such as but not limited to Pop, Acoustic, Hip-Hop, Rock, Dance, and Music for Film and TV.
Redah grew up performing as a singer and guitarist in multiple venues and on the radio in Casablanca, Paris, and Boston. His voice has drawn the attention of many singing TV Shows which invited him to audition. Despite their interest, Redah moved to Boston to study music where he graduated with honors from Berklee College Of Music in Music Production & Engineering.
Over the years, Redah has developed his craft learning from and collaborating with Grammy-winning producers, engineers, and artists. He actively writes and produces in collaboration with songwriters, producers and artists published by Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt, APG, Prescription Songs, BMG and AAM. Other highlights include projects for major names such as Big Lots, Wynonna Earp, Wells Fargo, and The Rancon Company.
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