Fraser T Smith
Fraser T Smith in the studio
February 8, 1971
Birth place
Taplow, Buckinghamshire, England
Grime, pop, hip hop, indie rock, progressive rock
Record producer, songwriter, musician
Guitar, bass, drums, keyboards
70Hz, My Audiotonic
Fraser Lance Thorneycroft-Smith (born February 8, 1971), known professionally as Fraser T Smith, is an English record producer, songwriter and musician.

He is responsible for co-writing "Set Fire to the Rain" with Adele for her sophomore album, 21. He also produced and mixed the song.

On September 1, 2014, additional songs that Smith recorded with Adele were leaked onto the Internet. It was revealed that they actually collaborated on three songs, although only "Set Fire to the Rain" made the album. The other two songs were titled "You'll Never See Me Again" and "Never Gonna Leave You." Some of the lyrics from "Never Gonna Leave You" were used on other songs that were included in the final version of 21.

Work with AdeleEdit

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