Dsign Music

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Dsign Music AS
Type Aksjeselskap
Industry Music & entertainment
Genre J-pop, K-pop, dance-pop, electropop, pop, Rock, teen pop, Musicals, Bubblegum pop
Founded Trondheim, Norway (2006 (2006))
Founders
  • Robin Jenssen
  • Anne Judith Wik
  • Nermin Harambašić
  • Ronny Svendsen
Headquarters Trondheim, Norway, USA, Korea
Number of locations Los Angeles, Seoul, Trondheim
Area served Worldwide
Key people Robin Jenssen: CEO
Services Entertainment
Parent Universal Music Publishing Group (2008-present)
Website www.dsignmusic.com

Dsign Music is a songwriting/production company originally from Trondheim, Norway. Today the core team is based in Los Angeles [US] and Seoul [Korea]. Dsign Music was formed in 2006 by Robin Jenssen, Anne Judith Wik, Nermin Harambašić and Ronny Svendsen. The core team was signed to Universal Music Publishing Group in 2008. Since the beginning they have been involved in numerous #1 singles worldwide, a total of 15 #1 on the US Billboard and multiple platinum and diamond albums. Dsign Music are also involved in other ventures such as musicals, TV-shows and movie scores.[citation needed]

  • Robin Jenssen (CEO)
  • Anne Judith Wik (topliner/composer/producer)
  • Nermin Harambašić (topliner/composer/producer)
  • Ronny Svendsen (trackmaker/composer/producer)

Dsign Music family[edit]

Dsign music manages and publishes songwriters and producers worldwide.

  • Jin Suk Choi (Head of Asia / Creative Manager)
  • Denny Marte (Head of Publishing / Manager)
  • Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (Head of A&R)

Additional songwriters and producers that are a part of the Dsign Music family:

  • Greg Fitzgerald aka Mr. G Sings (songwriter/producer/vocalist) based in UK
  • Courtney "Jenaé" Woolsey (Songwriter/vocalist) based in Los Angeles
  • Stephen Stahl (songwriter/producer) based in Los Angeles
  • Jin Suk Choi (songwriter/producer/composer) based in Seoul
  • Kei Kwang Wook Lim (songwriter/producer/composer) based in Seoul
  • Tesung David Kim (songwriter/producer) based in Seoul
  • Andrew Choi (songwriter/vocalist) based in Seoul
  • Martin Mulholland (songwriter/producer/vocalist) based in Norway
  • Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen (songwriter/producer/composer) based in Los Angeles
  • Tomas Smågesjø (Songwriter/producer) based in Norway
  • Jan Hallvard Larsen (Songwriter/producer) based in Norway
  • Eirik Johansen (Songwriter/producer) based in Norway
  • Charite Viken (songwriter/vocalist) based in Norway
  • Claus Holm (songwriter/producer) based in Denmark
  • Rewan Riko (songwriter/producer) based in Denmark
  • Sigurd "Ziggy" Røsnes (songwriter/producer) based in Los Angeles
  • Erik Fjeld (Songwriter/producer/vocalist) based in Norway

Artists signed to Dsign Music[edit]

  • Alex Karlsson based in Los Angeles
  • Xin Xin Gao based in Los Angeles

SONG:EXPO[edit]

Dsign Music are hosts for the annual songwriting camp called Song:Expo, a writing camp with approximately 100 writers attending over a one-week period every year. Dsign Music are also involved in other songwriting camps both in Asia (MU:CON & Seoul Calling) and in the USA (LA:EXPO).[citation needed]

Production Highlights[edit]

AWARDS[edit]

[citation needed]

  • "Best 3 Albums of Asia" at the 28th Japan Golden Disk Awards in 2014
  • "Video of the year" at YouTube Awards 2013 with Girls' Generation - "I Got a Boy"
  • "Best song of the year" at the "Melody Music Awards" in 2013 with Jolin Tsai and the single “The Great Artist”
  • "MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARD" in Japan 2011 for “Genie” (BEST GROUP VIDEO)
  • "MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARD" in Japan 2011 for “Genie” (BEST KARAOKE SONG)
  • "Golden Disk Awards" - "Record of the year", Grand prize in Digital Releasing (Genie) in 2011
  • Platinum Award for “OH!” – GIRLS GENERATION (SM ENTERTAINMENT, S-KOREA)
  • 2 X PLATINUM AWARD FOR “FAST CAR” – NAMIE AMURO (AVEX TRAX, JAPAN)
  • PLATINUM AWARD FOR “ROOTS TO GROW” – STEFANIE HEINZMANN (UNIVERSAL, GERMANY)
  • PLATINUM AWARD FOR “TELL ME YOUR WISH” – GIRLS GENERATION (S.M. ENTERT., KOREA)
  • GOLD AWARD FOR “I AM” – MONROSE (WARNER MUSIC, GERMANY)
  • 2X GOLD AWARD FOR “STRICTLY PHYSICAL” - MONROSE (WARNER MUSIC, GERMANY)

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