Under the brown paper bag and blonde bob is a reserved Australian artist who shied away from the spotlight while writing some of our favourite pop songs. Sia is well-known for her personal hits "Chandelier," "Destiny," and "Cheap Thrills," and she has had considerable success as a pop composer. Having collaborated with everyone from Shakira to Katy Perry to create massive hits or deep-cut gems.  However, not everyone is aware of the number of songs she has written for other singers.

Artists from all walks of life want to collaborate with a pop professional who has no trouble concocting chart-topping songs – some of which she can crank out in under an hour, such as the 14-minute brainstorm that resulted in Rihanna's "Diamonds"

(more on that later).

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“Pretty Hurts” by Beyoncé

It was originally written for Katy Perry, but she never heard it. As a result, Sia forwarded it to Rihanna and Beyoncé. Sia didn't settle for boilerplate preachiness about rejecting unfair beauty standards in this song, despite the fact that pop music has no shortage of flaws-and-all anthems. Instead, she wrote what appears to be a stirring personal confession of a lifetime of body-image issues. Even when it comes from a performer whose relentless pursuit of perfection has practically annexed the term "flawless" to her brand.

“Diamonds” by Rihanna

Pop's everlasting bad girl had not a lot to do, apart from the vocals of this gleaming No. 1 smash. Rihanna followed the demo's blueprint so closely that Sia thought the final product featured her own vocals. But that’s because Rihanna didn’t have to do much, the song’s sky-high chorus already rises to the near-top of Sia’s hit list.

“Making the Most of the Night” by Carly Rae Jepsen

The Manic Pixie Dream Girl trope is bad for movies but clearly good for pop songs: here comes Carly Rae Jepsen, swooping into your life for a spontaneous, after-house adventure designed to get you saying yes to life. The song's sparkling melodies are just as transformative in their charms as she tries to turn your night around.

“Bound to You” by Christina Aguilera 

Sia made a significant breakthrough as a pop songwriter in 2010, primarily with Christina Aguilera on the former Disney star's Bionic album. Aguilera's foray into electropop came the same year she appeared in Burlesque alongside Cher. Aguilera performs this moving, epic ballad in that musical film, in one of her finest, most emotionally wrought scenes in an otherwise damp film. Not only did the performance showcase Aguilera's singing and acting abilities, but it also highlighted Sia's serious songwriting abilities.

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"Radioactive" by Rita Ora

Despite her seemingly out-of-nowhere rise, she's produced some excellent pop songs. "Radioactive," Ora's best song, was written by Sia and longtime collaborator Greg Kurstin in a one-two punch. Rita Ora's third single from her debut album in the United States,“Radioactive is the ideal clubbing soundtrack. It is better than  perfect for a Sia-lover who wants to let it all out on the dance floor. The song ended up becoming the fourth single from Ora’s debut album.

“Sexercize” by Kylie Minogue

Sia made her debut as an executive producer on Kylie Minogue's highly anticipated 12th studio album, Kiss Me Once. She mostly sat out the album's writing, though she did contribute to a few songs, including the campy throwback "Sexercize." Minogue praised Sia's masterfully written piece of art when asked about their collaboration.

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