Craze and Hoax are a British production duo, based in Ealing Studios and known for their work with Emile Sandé, Sam Smith and Mary J Blige.
The pair achieved their first mainstream success in 2010 with their remix of Emeli Sandé and Wiley's top 10 hit single 'Never Be Your Woman'. In 2013 the pair was awarded two Ivor Novello awards for co-writing and producing the song 'Next to Me'. Craze and Hoax then went on to sign a publishing deal with EMI Music Publishing.
In 2012, Craze and Hoax worked on Emeli Sandé's multi-platinum selling album 'Our Version of Events'. Their work includes co-writing and co-producing on 'Heaven', 'Next To Me', 'Wonder' and additional production on 'My Kind of Love'.
In 2013, Craze and Hoax co-produced the title track on Sam Smith's debut EP, 'Nirvana' with Jonathan Creek. In 2014, the pair worked with Mary J Blige, co-writing and producing 'Long Hard Look' from her album 'The London Sessions'.
They are currently signed to Sony ATV publishing and are working on many exciting new projects.