Adam Midgley is an English songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist whose credits include Loick Essien, Just Jack, Cee-Lo, VV Brown, Talib Kweli, Aloe Blacc, Sincere, Rox, Olly Murs and Jess Mills.
After featuring on several notable underground UK Hip-Hop projects such as Skinnyman's ‘Council Estate Of Mind’ album, Adam found his first big break in commercial music working with former Brit and Mobo award winning artist Lemar.
In the years that followed, more success came through collaborations ranging from internationally acclaimed hip hop artist Talib Kweli to established UK pop artists such as Just Jack and VV Brown.
2011 was a breakthrough year when Adam achieved numerous chart successes in the UK; contributing guitar and programming for the UK Release of Aloe Blacc's 'I Need A Dollar' (which spent over two months in the top ten), writing one of the biggest hits of the year in 'How We Roll' by Loick Essien, and providing additional production and instruments to Cee Lo’s Top 40 hit 'I Need You'. July 2011 saw the release of Adam's co-written track 'Live For What I'd Die For' by Jess Mills on Island Records.
Having already contributed heavily to 'The Wait' mixtape, in 2012 Adam entered the studio with L.Marshall ('Traktor' - Wretch 32) working on his debut album for Mercury.