Yak Bondy is a chart-topping writer/producer based in London, England. His astounding breadth of work ranges from out-and-out pop compositions for Spice Girl Emma Bunton to multiple collaborations with Academy/Grammy Award-winning A.R. Rahman. His music and production skills have resulted in multiple Platinum Awards for Mel C and S Club 7.
Though classically trained Yak soon fell in love with synthesizers, drum computers and sequencers. Combining orchestral scores with cutting-edge electronica demonstrate his unique approach to sound design and arrangement. As a versatile and accomplished lyricist he defines essence and direction of musical projects on all levels.
Most Notable Awards
Credits include: George Clinton, Roy Ayers, Lisa Stansfield, Annie Lennox, Mark Morrison, M-People, Billie Piper, Cathy Dennis, Amy Studt, Madison Avenue, Rachel Stevens, BBC, ITV, Channel 4, National Geographic, Mercedes-Benz, Tropicana and Pokèmon.
|2014||Siren Call (single): Syrena||Writer/Producer|
|2008||The Return of the Spice Girls||Writer/Producer|
|2006||You Give Me Wings: Hady Mirza||Writer/Producer|
|2005||Girls on Top (album): BoA||Writer/Producer|
|2004||Free Me (album): Emma Bunton||Writer/Producer|
|2004||Here I Am (album): Alexander||Writer/Producer|
|2003||Maybe (single): Emma Bunton||Writer|
|2003||False Smile (album): Amy Studt||Writer/Producer|
|2003||Funky Dory (album): Rachel Stevens||Writer/Producer|
|2002||Disneymania (1 album)||Writer/Producer|
|2002||Just a Little Girl (single): Amy Studt||Writer/Producer|
|2001||Sunshine (album): S Club 7||Writer/Producer|
|2000||I Turn To You: Mel C||CoProducer|
|2000||Who The Hell Are You (single): Madison Avenue||Arranger/Programming|
|1997||Who's The Mack (single): Mark Morrison||Producer|
|1997||Vande Mataram (album): A. R. Rahman||Arranger/Programming|
|1997||Maa Tujhe Salaam (single): A. R. Rahman||Arranger/Programming|
|1994||Renaissance (single): M People||Remix Producer|
|1992||Steamin' Hardcore '92: Zero G||Writer/Producer|