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Isaac Hasson

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Isaac Hasson
Background information
OriginToronto, Ontario, Canada
GenresPop, rock, dance
Occupation(s)Songwriter, producer, songwriter
InstrumentsGuitar, vocals, bass guitar, piano, programming

Isaac Hasson is a professional musician, songwriter and record producer who is active in Los Angeles.


In 2004 Isaac packed up his truck, ended his nomadic lifestyle, and made the big move to Los Angeles. Previously a successful artist in the Boston area he decided to focus his attention on songwriting and production. He got his first big break by writing and co-producing Cassie Steele’s critically acclaimed album Destructo Doll. From there he went on to produce and cowrite Demi Lovato's “Here We Go Again”, “U Got Nothin On Me” and Selena Gomez's “I Promise You”, “More” and “Live Like There’s No Tomorrow.” Continuing to grow as a writer and producer, Isaac began collaborating with a number of accomplished writers. He has written songs with such hitmakers as, Jeffrey Steele, Lindy Robbins, Shelly Peiken, Gary Burr, Carmen Key, Kevin Kadish, Ron “Neffu” Feemster, Sheppard Solomon, Shy Carter, James Slater, DJ Snake and many others. He has also written and produced music for movies such as Justin Bieber's “Never Say Never” and Selena Gomez's “Ramona and Beezus.” Isaac is also very passionate about developing and working with artists both signed and unsigned. He has currently been in the studio with artists, Rachel Crow, Hot Chelle Rae, Kris Allen, Naya Rivera, Diane Birch (S Curve), It Boys! (EMI), Alysha Brillinger, BC Jean, Jordan Jansen (Kite Records), Delta Rose, Cassie Steele.[1]

Division St.[edit]

Isaac Hasson formed the band Division St. along with pianist and acoustic-guitarist Jeffrey Scott Bluestein, bassist Thom Scheller, and drummer John Dorizzi.[2] The band released two full-length releases and one six-song EP: Standing on Ceremony (Plaid Cat Records, 1995), Harbour in the Static (Plaid Cat, 1997), and Division St. EP (Red-Crush Records, 2000).



  • Heinz Winckler - “24/7/365” (BMG): "Weight Of The World” (writer)
  • Chrizaan - “Verslaaf aan jou” (EMI Music): Spaceman (writer)

TV and film[edit]


  1. Isaac Hasson - IMDb
  2. "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-10-11. Retrieved 2014-09-26. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)

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