The song “Don’t run away” is by Tyler James Williams. The single was released on April 20, 2012, featuring IM5, a 3-member boy group consisting of Cole, Gabe, and Dana, but later disbanded in 2016.
Williams is an American actor, hip hop recording artist, martial artist, musician, music video director, film director, and graphic designer from America. He is famously known for playing the Chris Rock-inspired sitcom; Everybody Hates Chris.
He is the songwriter Cyrus DeBarge in the Disney Channel movie Let It,
Shine. Williams featured on nine songs on the film’s soundtrack, showing off his rapping skills, including “Don’t Run Away,” “Me and You,” “Guardian Angel,” “Let It Shine,” and “Moment of Truth.”
Quick points of the song
Song – Don’t run away
Singer– Tyler James Williams
Featuring – IM5
Produced by – Tim James, Antonina Armato
Written By – Antonina Armato, Tim James, In-Q, Thomas Sturges, Jon Vella
Released Date – April 20, 2012
Birth Name: Tyler James Williams
Date of Birth: October 9, 1992
Place of Birth: Westchester County, New York, U.S.
Age: 30 years (as of 2022)
Occupation: Actor and Rapper
Years active: 1996-present
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Who is the producer of the song?
“Don’t run away” is produced by Tim James and Antonina Armato. Tim James is a singer, songwriter, and record producer from America. Likewise, Antonina Armato is an American songwriter, record producer, music producer, and businesswoman. James and Armato are partners and founders of Rock Mafia.
Who wrote the song Don’t run away?
Antonina Armato and Tim James co-wrote the song with In-Q, Thomas Sturges, Jon Vella. Sturges is an American music executive, teacher, speaker, and author.
The other writer IN-Q is the stage name of Adam Schmalholz, an American songwriter and National Poetry Slam champion from Los Angeles, California. John Vella is a composer, songwriter, producer, frontman, lead singer, and guitarist for Sydney group Tenderfoot.