Steve Mac is one of the most successful writer/producers in modern pop; he’s had 30 No 1 singles in the UK alone and been associated with over 240 hit singles and albums internationally.
From his Rokstone Studios base in London's Parsons Green, Mac has provided hits for artists as diverse as Ed Sheeran, Pink, Bastille, Liam Payne, Rita Ora, Tom Walker, Chvrches, Anne-Marie, Jess Glynne, Clean Bandit, Little Mix, Years & Years, Westlife, Cobra Starship, One Direction, Susan Boyle, The Wanted and Kelly Clarkson amongst others.
Mac is currently enjoying International chart success with; 'A Woman Like Me' – Little Mix, 'Happier' – Marshmello & Bastille and 'Thursday' - Jess Glynne.
In 2018 Steve Mac was the recipient of the Songwriter of the Year Award from Music Week, Producer of the Year Award from Music Business Worldwide, a Brit Songwriter of the Year Award, an Ivor Novello Song Of The Year Award for Shape Of You, Songwriter of the Year Award from ASCAP along with six other ASCAP awards including Song Of The Year and Top Digital Song for Ed Sheeran’s 'Shape Of You'. Mac won three awards in the Hot 100 Winning Songs category for 'Strip That Down', Liam Payne's debut solo single featuring Quavo, 'What About Us' by Pink and the continued success of 'Rockabye' by Clean Bandit featuring Sean Paul and Anne-Marie which spent nine weeks at the top of the UK singles chart. 'Rockabye' also won in the EDM Winning Songs category, alongside another single co-written by Mac, 'Symphony' by Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson.