AJ Junior

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Achraf Janussi
(AJ Junior)
Birth name Achraf Janussi
Also known as AJ Junior, AJ Janussi, A Janussi, AJ Jannusi
Occupation(s) Songwriter, Producer
Years active 2002–present

Achraf Janussi better known as AJ Junior also known as AJ Janussi, is a well-known songwriter and music producer based in Sweden. The credits may also use A Janussi, Ashraf Janussi and sometimes Jannusi as well). He closely cooperates with record producer RedOne and at many times with Bilal Hajji (also known as Bilal "The Chef" Hajji).

Janussi wrote hits for the A-Teens in 2002, and co-produced the American singer Vanessa Hudgens's album V in 2006, the German pop group No Angels and the British X Factor winner Shayne Ward's album Breathless in 2007 and co-wrote the song "Tell Him" for Ward. He also technically assisted on 4 tracks in Westlife 2007 album Back Home.

He later on concentrated on songwriting, writing or co-writing many charting hits that appeared on the official charts in many countries. Notable artists include Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull in "On the Floor", "Dance Again" and "Live It Up",[1][2] as well as for Mohombi, Cher Lloyd, Nicole Scherzinger, Shayne Ward, JLS, Taio Cruz, Khaled, One Direction, Paulina Rubio, Havana Brown and Skitszo. AJ Junior also co-wrote the 2013 qualifying song for Russia by Alexey Vorobyov entitled "Get You".[3]


(Selective - songs written or co-written)[4][5]



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