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Mary Weitz
Mary Weitz

Mary Weitz is a Los Angeles-based songwriter originally from Durham, North Carolina. She moved to New York City at 18 as a student at New York University’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.

Soon after graduating, Mary moved to Los Angeles and landed early cuts including Normani’s debut single “Waves” featuring 6LACK and Bea Miller’s single “it’s not u it’s me,” which also featured 6LACK. Since then, Mary has worked with numerous other artists ranging from Disclosure, SG Lewis, Channel Tres to BENEE, mxmtoon, Blu Detiger, and more. Most notably, Mary co-wrote six songs on Alina Baraz’s debut album It Was Divine, Fletcher’s single “Bitter,” which was remixed by Trevor Daniel, Remi Wolf’s single “Disco Man,” and multiple songs on Wolf’s upcoming debut album.