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Big Time Rush has recorded a myriad of songs, demos, and alternate versions of tracks that have never been officially released. The following list encompasses studio-quality Big Time Rush recordings that are reliably known to exist. It includes songs not commercially or promotionally released by a reputable label, documented demo versions of songs not released in any form, early demo versions of released songs containing a substantial difference to the released versions (such as completely different melody). Some songs have been given to other artists for recording, and some of these tracks circulate via Internet leaks.

This list is ordered chronologically, by recording date, and does not include non-substantial rehearsal tapes or impromptu "jam sessions". Songs are only included if they have a confirmed title or audio snippet available in some capacity. Some tracks listed under certain album subheaders may not have been recorded for that particular album, but are listed as such simply to note the band's then-current album project at the time of recording.

Sources of information[]

  • United States Copyright Office records, Library of Congress
  • Royalty Collection Agency Records (ASCAP, BMI, CMRRA)
  • Music Publisher Records of BTR and their various collaborators
  • Credible websites and discography information, from reliable songwriters and producers confirmed to have worked with the band
  • Interviews, social media posts, and other material officially authored by or featuring the band
  • Leaked or unofficially released material verified to be legitimate

2007-2008[]

One 4 All (2007-2008)[]

Main article: Big Time Rush#Early development and formation
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"Welcome to Hollywood" Andreas Carlsson
Bryan Todd
2008
  • Demo recorded by Simon Curtis, an early testee "slated" to be in BTR, which was then tentatively known as One 4 All.[1][2] Curtis was asked to demo the song by songwriter Andreas Carlsson, who penned it with fellow project consultant Bryan Todd.[1][3]
  • Also recorded by artists such as Ashlee Simpson and TWiiNS.[4][5] The track was ultimately given to American actor and singer Mitchel Musso, who released it on his self-titled debut album, as well as performed it live with actress Miley Cyrus.[6][7] Curtis' backing vocals were retained in Musso's studio version and live performances, without his permission.[1]

Brand New Day (2008)[]

2009-2013[]

BTR (2010)[]

Main article: BTR (album)
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"One More Moment" Bryan Todd
Unknown
2008-November 2009[8]
  • Mixed and produced by Bryan Todd[9][10]
  • Described as a ballad[11]
"Have a Good Time" Unknown 2009[12]
"So What" Unknown April 2010[14]
  • Written about "having fun and going with the flow of things"[14]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Logan Henderson[14]; Carlos PenaVega recorded on the track as well[15]
"Story of My Life" Kevin Rudolf
Jacob Kasher[16]
July 2010[17]
  • Recorded at the same sessions as "Oh Yeah"[17]
  • ASCAP title code 881855698[16]
"One in a Million" Unknown 2009-July 2010[18]
  • James Maslow described the song as one of his favorites out of songs the band had recorded for their debut album.[18]
"Intermission" Travis Garland
Nick "RAS" Furlong
Adam "Wyshmaster" Cherrington
Aaron Pearce[19]
2010
  • Produced by Aaron Pearce
  • Travis Garland also recorded a demo of the song[20]
  • After the song was leaked onto the Internet in November 2011, producer Nick Furlong confirmed the song had been recorded the previous year[citation needed]
  • ASCAP title code 880830201[19]

Elevate (2011)[]

Main article: Elevate
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"Cruise Control" Daniel Wayne
Cody Williams
Charley Greenberg
Cory Gaddis
Mat Sherman
Wes Jones[21]
January 23, 2011[22][23]
  • Produced by Tekneek, Wes Jones and Matthew "1984" Sherman[24][23]
"Anything Goes" Daniel Wayne
Cody Williams
Charley Greenberg[25]
April 14, 2011[25]
  • Produced by Tekneek and Casanova[25]
  • Described as "about following your dreams and just being true to who you are"[25]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Carlos PenaVega, Cody Williams, and Tekneek[25][26]
"When You Were Mine" Chris Rojas
Lindy Robbins
James Maslow[27]
June 1-2, 2011[28]
  • Produced by Chris Rojas[28]
  • Recorded at RMI Studios in Los Angeles[28]
"Worldwide" (Spanglish version) Eddie Serrano
Emily Phillips
Chris Rojas
June 9-10, 2011[29][30]
  • Produced by Chris Rojas[29]
  • Performed live on October 1, 2011, in Mexico City, Mexico.[31]
  • In 2012, the band floated the idea of releasing an EP of Spanglish songs, suggesting the track may appear on it.[32]
"Heart on Fire" Eddie Serrano
Damon Sharpe
Chris Rojas
Carlos PenaVega[33]
June 20, 2011[34]
  • May have incorporated stadium vocals[35][36]
  • ASCAP title code 883754760[33]
"Party Love" Toby Gad
August Rigo
James Maslow[37]
June 20, 2011[38]
  • Produced by Toby Gad[38]
  • ASCAP title code 883544372[37]
"We Are the Night" Greg Bonnick
Leon Price
Hayden Chapman
Charley Greenberg
Daniel Andrew Wayne
Cody Taylor Williams
Carlos PenaVega
June 21, 2011[39][40]
  • Produced by Greg Bonnick and Leon Price, of the production duo Agent X.[41][42]
  • Vocal production by Chris Rojas[43]
  • Given to the K-pop group MYNAME, who released the song in 2013, on their debut album We Are MYNAME.[44]
"Risk It All" Lucas Secon
Wayne Hector
Carsten Mortensen
Carlos PenaVega
James Maslow[45]
July 10-11, 2011[46]
  • Recorded at Lucas Secon's studio in London[46]
  • ASCAP title code 883596766[45]
"Impossible"[47] Daniel Bedingfield
Adam Fenton
Carlos PenaVega
Logan Henderson
James Maslow
July 27-28, 2011[48][49]
  • Produced by Adam F[49]
  • PenaVega and Henderson started the song in a different session from Maslow.[50]
"Anything" Ryan Tedder
Evan "Kidd" Bogart
Noel Zancanella
Jerrod "SKINS" Bettis[51]
2011
  • Lead vocal by Schmidt and PenaVega, backing by Maslow and Henderson
"I Don't Want to Wait" Big Time Rush
Paula Cole
Unknown[52]
2011[53]
  • Mixed by Miles Walker[53]
  • Interpolates Paula Cole's 1996 single of the same name[52][54]
"Drive" Nick "RAS" Furlong
Unknown
2011
  • Later known as "She Drives"
  • Recorded by Logan Henderson
  • Played by Nicholas "RAS" Furlong in a live Ustream on November 24, 2011
"Wherever You Are"
  • Recorded by Logan Henderson
  • Played by Nicholas "RAS" Furlong in a live Ustream on November 24, 2011
"Words Mean Nothing" Unknown
"Young Love" Jess Cates, Lars Halvor Jensen, Tim McEwan
  • Given to Irish duo Jedward, who released it in 2012, on their album Young Love.[55]

24/seven (2012-2013)[]

Main article: 24/seven
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"Midnight Somewhere" Kendall Schmidt
Unknown
April 2012
  • An EDM-influenced pop track, described as a "party song"[56]
  • Schmidt created the song after Columbia Records asked each of the individual band members to write a "summer single", with the intention of choosing one to release.[57] All four were turned down, and "Windows Down" was picked instead.[58]
"All Over the World" Daniel Wayne
Jeremy Thurber
James Maslow
Carlos PenaVega[59]
April 10-11, 2012[60]
  • Produced by Tekneek[60]
Unknown Daniel Wayne
Charley Greenberg
Carlos PenaVega[61]
April 15, 2012[61]
  • Instrumental played in an April 15 YouTube video[61]
"First Time" Daniel Wayne
Charley Greenberg[62]
Carlos PenaVega[63]
Kendall Schmidt[64]
April 19-23, 2012[63][64]
  • Produced by Tekneek[63]
  • Worktape demo; Lead vocal by Pena and Schmidt
  • CMRRA work code #22416819[62]
"Featuring You" Damon Sharpe
Jeremy Skaller
Kendall Schmidt
Logan Henderson
November 13, 2012[65]
  • Produced by Orange Factory Music
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson
  • Features "rapping" by Schmidt[66]
"Next Step" Matthew Thiessen
Brian Lee
Kendall Schmidt
Logan Henderson[67]
November 16, 2012[67]
  • Produced by Brian Lee[67]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson
"7,000,000,000" Jason Evigan
Mitch Allan
Damon Sharpe
Carlos PenaVega[68]
November 19, 2012[69]
  • Produced by The Suspex[68]
  • ASCAP title code 887926852[68]
"My Song for You" Jimmy Burney
Dave Bassett
Carlos PenaVega[70]
November 29, 2012[71]
  • Produced by Jimmy Burney[71]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Pena and Burney[72]
  • ASCAP title code 884773038[70]
"Do It All Again" Jeff Halavacs
Fransisca Hall
Kendall Schmidt
Logan Henderson
November-December 2012
  • Produced by Halatrax
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson
  • Given to the American rap rock band Emblem3, who released it on their album Nothing to Lose in 2013.[73] Jacob Kasher, Matt Squire, Johan Carlsson, Jeff Halavacs, and Fransisca Hall are credited as writers.[74]
"Rich Girl" Damon Sharpe
Logan Henderson
Kendall Schmidt
Chris DeStefano[75]
December 2012-March 2013[76][77]
  • Produced by Damon Sharpe
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson[78]
  • Given to the Japanese rock band All City Steppers. They re-titled the song "Witch", with lyrics translated by shungo, and released it on their 2014 debut album SEXY VIRGIN RIOT.[78][79]
  • ASCAP title code 885157937[75]
"Unnatural" Chris DeStefano
Ashley Gorley
Carlos PenaVega[80]
December 2012[81]
  • Produced by Chris DeStefano[80]
  • ASCAP title code 885157932[80]
"Everyday Girl" Chris DeStefano
Ashley Gorley
Kendall Schmidt[82]
December 2012[83]
  • Produced by Chris DeStefano[82]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt
  • ASCAP title code 885157933[82]
"Tip of Your Tongue" Chris DeStefano
Ashley Gorley
Kendall Schmidt[84]
  • Produced by Chris DeStefano
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt[85]
  • Lyrically, described as written about "a girl who was trying to tell you something and just... isn't saying it, and you're basically saying, I'll catch you if you fall. Just say whatever you want to say."[85]
  • ASCAP title code 885157936[84]
"Unarmed" Toby Gad
Kendall Schmidt
Logan Henderson
Carlos PenaVega
December 14, 2012[86]
  • Produced by Toby Gad
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson[87]
  • Scrapped from 24/seven due to sounding "older" and unfitting for the overall album.[87] Afterwards, the song given to New Zealand boy band Titanium, who released it on their 2013 album All for You.[88]
"Can't Get Enough" Chris DeStefano
Lee DeWyze
Marty James
James Maslow
Carlos PenaVega[89]
December 17, 2012[90]
  • Produced by DeStefano and Martel James[90]
  • Unrelated to the 2023 single of the same name
  • ASCAP title code 885157939[89]
"3 2 1" Damon Sharpe
Eric Sanicola
Kendall Schmidt
Carlos PenaVega
James Maslow
January 29-30, 2013[91]
  • Written for 24/seven, with a fourth season episode of Big Time Rush in mind, but was scrapped in favor of another song.[92]
  • Given to the K-pop group SHINee, who recorded and released the song on their 2013 album I'm Your Boy.[93] The lyrics for their version were re-translated by Natsumi Kobayashi.
"As Long as I Believe" James Maslow
Unknown
2012-March 2013
  • James Maslow mentioned the song in a 2013 interview with Twist! Magazine, saying "There's a song that I wrote called 'As Long As I Believe' that is one of my favorites. It's very inspirational."[citation needed]
"Don't Stop" Unknown 2012-2013[94]
  • Played during a TikTok livestream on April 28, 2022.[94]
"Music Surf" Damon Sharpe
Dave Bassett
Logan Henderson[95]
2012-2013
  • Produced by Damon Sharpe
  • Given to the Japanese rock band All City Steppers, who released it on their 2014 album SEXY VIRGIN RIOT.[96]
  • ASCAP title code 886864578[95]

2020-2023[]

Another Life (2020-present)[]

Main article: Another Life
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"How You Like Me Now" Jacob Michael Aronson, L. Henderson, J. Maslow, Max Matluck, K. Schmidt, Nick Seeley April 2020-August 2021[97][98]
  • ASCAP title code #909170594[99]
  • Produced by Jake Davis
  • One of about 20 songs[100] written remotely between 2020 and 2021.[98] The band held writing sessions over Zoom, while recording vocals individually, from their own homes.[101]
"Something 'Bout Your Love" J. Aronson, Jose Carlos Garcia Jr., L. Henderson, J. Maslow, K. Schmidt, N. Seeley
  • ASCAP title code #909170607[102]
  • Produced by Jake Davis
  • One of about 20 songs[100] written remotely between 2020 and 2021.[98] The band held writing sessions over Zoom, while recording vocals individually, from their own homes.[101]
"Doctor" J. Michael Aronson, K. Schmidt, L. Henderson
  • MLC title code #DA68TP[103]
  • Produced by Jake Davis
  • One of about 20 songs[100] written remotely between 2020 and 2021.[98] The band held writing sessions over Zoom, while recording vocals individually, from their own homes.[101]
"Show Me" (re-recording) Wayne Hector, Lucas Secon, Donald McLean August–December 2021[97]
  • Reproduced by Will Ventres[104]
  • Re-recording of previously released track from Elevate (2011). Ahead of the Big Time Rush Live tour, the band were unable to obtain the original stem files, and were forced to fully re-record the song for live performances.[97] They later teased the possibility of releasing this new version, saying “it came out even better than the original."[105]
"Moodring" A. Korbesmeyer, K. Schmidt, L. Henderson 2021-April 28, 2022[106]
"Want Right Now"
"Love Me Again" (re-recording) Damon Sharpe, Eric Sanicola, Talay Riley, CJ Holland June 1, 2022[107]
  • Reproduced by Will Ventres[107]
  • Re-recording of previously released track from 24/seven (2013). The band recorded it for live performance on the Forever Tour, with alternate lyrics based on an earlier concept for the original version.[108]
Unknown A. Korbesmeyer, K. Schmidt, L. Henderson October 6, 2022[109]
  • Produced by cut&dry[109]
  • Drums played by Schmidt[109]
Unknown October 14, 2022[110]
Unknown A. Korbesmeyer, N. Furlong, W. Ventres, K. Schmidt, L. Henderson, C. PenaVega, J. Maslow January 24, 2023[111]
  • Produced and/or engineered by Nick "RAS" Furlong, Will Ventres, and Adam Korbesmeyer[111]

Untitled Spanglish EP (2022)[]

Main article: Untitled Spanglish EP
Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"Buena" Carlos Peralta, JENCARLOS, PenaVega, Maslow, Schmidt, Henderson April 21–25, 2022[112][113]
  • Produced by Maffio[113]
  • Recorded at Rebel 11 Studios, Doral, FL[113]
  • Described as a "BTR merengue"[112]
"Casi Boom Boom" April 22–25, 2022[112][114]
  • Produced by Maffio[114]
  • Recorded at Rebel 11 Studios, Doral, FL[114]
  • Features vocals by Maffio[114]
  • Described by Kendall Schmidt as "a dance song, that I don't think necessarily [has] like, a specific Latin style."[112]

Other recordings[]

Song Writer(s) Recording date(s) Additional notes
"It Is What It Is" Unknown 2009-2013
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt
"Redlight, Greenlight"
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt and Henderson
"Right Now"
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Maslow and PenaVega[115]
"Scissors"
  • Mentioned during an April 2022 TikTok live[116]
"Tonight Is a Fairytale"
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Schmidt
"What It Feels Like" Lars Halvor Jensen
Martin Larsson
Jess Cates
  • Sold to the Irish duo Jedward, who released it on their album Young Love.[117]
"Will You Be There?" Carlos PenaVega[118]
  • The first track PenaVega ever "built" by himself; instrumental played during a 2023 YouTube video[118]
"You're Not the Same" Eric Sanicola[119]
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Logan Henderson[119]
Unknown Unknown
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Maslow
  • Partly played during an April 2022 TikTok stream[120]
Unknown
  • Demo; Lead vocal by Maslow
  • Partly played by Schmidt during a 2017 Facebook livestream[121]

Other registered songs[]

Song Writer(s) Additional notes
"2 in the Morning" Robert T. Gerongco
Samuel T. Gerongco
Damon Sharpe
Jimmy Burney
Jedediah Harper
  • APRA AMCOS title code GW43897371[122]
  • BTR is credited as a performer alongside American pop group Girlicious, who released the song on their album Rebuilt (2010).[123]
"Blink" Damon Sharpe
Eric Sanicola
Shanna Crooks
  • ASCAP title code 883674330.[124]
  • BTR is credited as a performer alongside English dance-pop duo U.V.U.K. and German dance act Cascada, who released versions of the track in 2012 and 2014, respectively.[125][126]
"Change for You" Matt Squire
Martin Johnson
Sam Hollander
  • ASCAP title code 884883123[127]
"Heya" Matt Squire
Victoria Horn
David Archuleta
  • ASCAP title code 882755409[128]
  • Alternate titles "Speed of Light" and "Heya (Speed of Light)"
  • Registered with BTR as the performer in or prior to March 2011.[129] Co-writer David Archuleta wrote several songs (including outtakes) with Victoria Horn and Matt Squire for his 2010 album, The Other Side of Down.[130]
"Miss Moving On" Mitch Allan
Jason Evigan
Lindy Robbins
Julia Michaels
  • ASCAP title code 885279957[131]
  • BTR is credited as a performer alongside American girl group Fifth Harmony, who released the song as their debut single in 2013.[132]
"Stars Align" Toby Gad
Kendall Schmidt
  • ASCAP title code 886219645[133]
  • Early title for "Parallel", released by Heffron Drive in 2014.[134]
  • Schmidt intended the song for "any" of his projects, ultimately deciding to release it under Heffron Drive.[134]

Formerly unreleased songs[]

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Navigation

v · d · e Big Time Rush
Discography · Videography · Awards and nominations · Songs · Live performances
Members Kendall Schmidt · James Maslow · Carlos PenaVega · Logan Henderson
Studio albums BTR (2010) · Elevate (2011) · 24/seven (2013) · Another Life (2023)
Compilations The Greatest Hits (2016) · L'Intégrale (2016) · Ultimate Fan Edition (2016)
Extended plays Best of Season 1 (2010) · Holiday Bundle (2010) · Big Time Movie Soundtrack (2012) · Untitled Spanglish EP (2023)
Concert tours Big Time Rush in Concert · Better with U Tour · Big Time Summer Tour · Summer Break Tour · Live World Tour · Forever Tour · Can't Get Enough Tour
Promotional tours Big Time Rush & Walgreens · Big Time Rush Live
Virtual concerts Big Time Rush: The City Is Ours
Television 7 Secrets with Big Time Rush · Big Time Rush: Live from Times Square · Big Time Rush: Party All Night · BTR: Music Sounds Better with U · Big Time Tour
v · d · e Unreleased songs by Big Time Rush
Discography · Songs (Unreleased) · Covers
BTR (2010) "Have a Good Time" · "So What" · "Intermission"
Elevate (2011) "Cruise Control" · "Anything Goes" · "Worldwide" (Spanish vocal) · "We Are the Night" · "Impossible" · "Anything" · "I Don't Want to Wait" · "She Drives" · "Wherever You Are" · "Words Mean Nothing" · "Young Love"
24/seven (2013) "Midnight Somewhere" · "First Time" · "Featuring You" · "Next Step" · "My Song for You" · "Do It All Again" · "Rich Girl" · "Everyday Girl" · "Tip of Your Tongue" · "Unarmed" · "3 2 1" · "Don't Stop" · "Music Surf"
Untitled Spanglish EP (2022) "Buena" · "Casi Boom Boom"
Miscellaneous "It Is What It Is" · "Redlight, Greenlight" · "Right Now" · "Stars Align" · "Tonight Is a Fairytale" · "Welcome to Hollywood" · "What It Feels Like" · "You're Not the Same"
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