Hayley Michelle Aitken (born 11 April 1988) is an Australian singer-songwriter. Her debut album ''Watching TV'' was pushed back several times, due to the sale of Zomba records to BMG Records, currently unreleased. Hayley was then signed to BMG records but asked to be released from her contract in 2004 so she could be free to pursue her own direction.
Her debut single, "That Girl" was featured on an Australian Promo CD for Britney Spears - Stronger.
Her second single "Kiss Me Quick" contained a b-side of a track she wrote when eleven years old ''If I Was To Say''. Hayley co-wrote four tracks which appeared on Australian Idol contestant Ricki-Lee's debut album; "Turn It Up", "Something About You", "Stay With Me" and "Hello". also provides backing bocals to "Something About You", "Stay With Me" and "Hello" on Ricki-Lee's album. After her contract with Jive ended, she was signed by Legit music under a management contract. Legit Music currently still states that she is on their artist roster, however on Hayley's MySpace, she placed her record label as "none". She is currently signed to Sony BMG publishing.
In 1997, she recorded a song following the death of Princess Diana, "Another Tear", written and produced by Reno Nicastro and Molly Meldrum.
In 2002, she recorded a song for the Undercover Angels soundtrack, "(Must Be An ) Angel", written by Erinn Sherlock and Andy Sidari.
In 2007, Hayley, Tamara Jaber and 2006 ''Australian Idol'' contestant, Reigan Derry formed a group called, Scarlett Belle and were signed to US label, Def Jam Recordings. In 2008, the group were dropped from the label. Shortly after Hayley left the group.
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