Bekuh BOOM

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Bekuh BOOM
Birth name Rebecca Rose Johnson
Also known as Bekuh BOOM
Born (1994-06-21) June 21, 1994 (age 24)
Orange County, California, U.S.
Genres Pop, R&B, dance, K-pop, Rap
Occupation(s) Solo Singer, Songwriter
Years active 2013–present
Website www.bekuhboom.com

Rebecca Rose Johnson, professionally known as Bekuh BOOM, is an American singer-songwriter. She has co-written several number one singles in the United States, Europe and Asia,[1] and featured on two co-written singles: "I Won't Let You Down"[2] by Danish singer Christopher, which charted at #1 on Tracklisten, the official Danish music charts[3] and also #1 on Denmark iTunes,[4][5][6][7] and "Money"[8] by Norwegian electronic duo Broiler, which peaked at #3 on Norwegian music charts.[9] As of 2016 she has co-written (7) songs reaching the #1 position on various music charts including iTunes.

Johnson signed her first publishing deal to Warner/Chappell Music at the age of 18.[10]

Songwriting credits[edit]

Year Song title Artist
2013 "Cookie" R. Kelly
"Skipping a Beat" Jordin Sparks
"Pop a Bottle (Fill Me Up)" Jessica Mauboy
2014 "Eyes, Nose, Lips" Taeyang
"I'm Different" Hi Suhyun
2016 "Golden" Brandon Beal (feat. Lukas Graham)
"Money" Broiler (feat. Bekuh BOOM)
"Catch Me" Cosmic Girls
"I Won't Let You Down" Christopher (feat. Bekuh BOOM)
"Shake The Ground" Hedegaard (feat. Brandon Beal & Bekuh BOOM)
"Boombayah" Black Pink
"Whistle"
2017 "Island" Winner
2018 "Best Friend" iKON
”Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” Black Pink

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