Autumn Rowe is a New York based singer/songwriter who was born and raised in the Bronx. She honed her skills as part of the New York City Housing Authority Choir which also featured future hit songwriters, Claude Kelly and Lil Eddie, with whom Autumn established early friendships.

By 2009, Autumn's career as a songwriter began to take flight, after signing with B-Room/Water Music Publishing, which led her to a joint deal including Steller Songs/Stargate Productions(Rihanna "Rude Boy", Beyonc� "Irreplaceable")/EMI UK. The result of their collaboration was the first single, "Happiness", on Stargates new artist, Alexis Jordan, in a co-venture with rapper Jay-Z's new label, Star Roc/Roc Nation/Sony. The song was written and produced by Stargate in conjunction with dance music DJ/Producer, Deadmau5. FiFa and Sony Music Entertainment has named the single, "Happiness" the Official Song of the 2011's FIFA Women's World Cup in Germany. Autumn has also penned Jordan's second and third singles "Good Girl," which charted at #1 on the Billboard Dance/Club Play Songs chart and "Hush Hush" respectively which were again co-written and produced by Stargate with French producer Sandy Vee.

Autumn has also been busy working in the studio with numerous other producers on a slew of major label projects slated for release over the next several months. Artists she has recently worked with include Alexandra Burke, Leona Lewis, The Saturdays, Estelle, Cher Lloyd and Tanya Lacey. Autumn's newest releases are "Swagger Jagger" (Syco/Sony), performed by Cher Lloyd (co-written with The Runners) and "Collide" performed by Leona Lewis (Syco/Sony) and co-written with Tim Berg (aka Avicii) and produced by Sandy Vee. Her most recent USA releases are Rachel Crow "Mean Girls" and the current Karmin Single "Hello".


Rachel Crow "Mean Girls"
Karmin "Hello"
Leona Lewis "Collide"
The Saturdays "30 Days"
Alexis Jodan "Happiness"
Alexis Jordan "Good Girl"
Alexis Jordan "Hush"
Cher Lloyd "Swagger Jagger"
Cher Lloyd "Talking That"
Chipmunk "Picture Me"
Mya "Kiss"
Alexandra Burke "Fire"
Benga "Icon"