Dsign Music

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Dsign Music
Aksjeselskap
IndustryMusic & entertainment
GenreJ-pop, K-pop, dance-pop, electropop, pop, Rock, teen pop, Musicals, Bubblegum pop, Latin Pop
FoundedTrondheim, Norway (2006 (2006))
Founder
  • Robin Jenssen
  • Anne Judith Wik
  • Nermin Harambašić
  • Ronny Svendsen
Headquarters,
Norway
Number of locations
Los Angeles, Seoul, Trondheim, Stockholm
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Robin Jenssen: CEO
ServicesEntertainment
DivisionsDsign Media AS
SubsidiariesEKKO Music Rights Europe
Websitewww.dsignmusic.com

Dsign Music is a songwriting/production company originally from Trondheim, Norway.[1] Dsign Music was formed in 2005 by Robin Jenssen, Anne Judith Stokke Wik, Nermin Harambašić and Ronny Vidar Svendsen. Since the beginning they have been involved in numerous #1 singles worldwide, a total of 37 #1's on different Billboard Charts and multiple platinum and diamond albums.[2] Dsign Music are also involved in other ventures such as music publishing, musicals, TV-shows, music applications and movie scores. The team was signed to a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group from 2008 to 2016, they are now signed to a division of CTGA (Culture Technology Group Asia), called EKKO Music Rights, which they co-own and co-founded together with Lee Soo-man (founder of S.M. Entertainment in Seoul, Korea) and Pelle Lidell (former Head of A&R for Universal Music Publishing in Europe). Dsign Music is also represented worldwide by SESAC since 2015.[3]

  • Robin Jenssen (CEO/Manager)
  • Anne Judith Stokke Wik (Songwriter/topliner/singer)
  • Nermin Harambašić (Songwriter/topliner/producer)
  • Ronny Vidar Svendsen (Songwriter/producer/composer)
  • Jin Suk Choi aka Jin By Jin (Head of Asia/songwriter/producer/composer)

Billboard #1 placements[edit]

Since 2007, Dsign Music have participated in 37 Billboard number one chartings.

  1. 2018: Red Velvet - "Sassy Me" from the album "RBB (Really Bad Boy)" - #1 Billboard US Heatseekers Albums
  2. 2018: NCT 127 - "Simon Says" from the album Regular-Irregular - #1 Billboard US World Digital Songs
  3. 2018: TWICE - "Dance The Night Away" - #1 Billboard Korea K-POP 100
  4. 2018: EXO - "Countdown" - #1 Billboard Japan Hot Albums[4]
  5. 2018: Jonghyun - Poet | Artist - #1 Billboard US World Albums[5]
  6. 2017: Namie Amuro - "Finally" - #1 Billboard Japan Hot Albums Chart
  7. 2017: Namie Amuro - "Finally" - #1 Billboard Japan Top Album Sales
  8. 2017: Girls' Generation - "Holiday Night" - #1 Billboard US World Albums[6]
  9. 2017: EXO - "The War" - #1 Billboard US World Albums[7]
  10. 2017: E-girls - E.G. Crazy - #1 Billboard Japan Hot Albums[8]
  11. 2017: E-girls - E.G. Crazy - #1 Billboard Japan Top Album Sales[9]
  12. 2016: B.A.P - "Noir" - #1 Billboard US World Albums[10]
  13. 2016: Ricky Martin - "Vente Pa'Ca feat. Maluma" (single) - #1 Billboard Mexico Airplay[11]
  14. 2016: Ricky Martin - "Vente Pa'Ca feat. Maluma" (single) - #1 Billboard Mexico Espanol Airplay[12]
  15. 2016: Ricky Martin - "Vente Pa'Ca feat. Maluma" (single) - #1 Billboard US Latin Airplay[13]
  16. 2016: Ricky Martin - "Vente Pa'Ca feat. Maluma" (single) - #1 Billboard US Latin Pop Songs[14]
  17. 2016: Ricky Martin - "Vente Pa'Ca feat. Maluma" (single) - #1 Billboard US Tropical Airplay
  18. 2015: f(x) - "4 Walls" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  19. 2015: EXO - "Love Me Right" (single) - #1 Billboard Japan Hot 100
  20. 2015: Red Velvet - "The Red" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  21. 2015: Girls' Generation - "Lion Heart" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  22. 2015: Nathan Sykes - "Kiss Me Quick" - #1 Billboard US Dance Club Songs
  23. 2015: Jonghyun - "Base" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  24. 2015: EXO - ""Exodus" repackage "Love Me Right" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  25. 2014: Girls' Generation - "The Best" - #1 Billboard Japanese Top Albums
  26. 2014: Super Junior - "Mamacita" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  27. 2014: Girls' Generation - "Mr. Mr." - #1 Billboard US Heatseekers Albums
  28. 2013: EXO - "Miracles In December" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  29. 2013: f(x) - "Rum Pum Pum Pum" (single) - #1 Billboard K-Pop Hot 100[15]
  30. 2013: f(x) - "Pink Tape" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  31. 2013: EXO - "XOXO" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  32. 2013: Lee Hyori - "Bad Girls" (single) - #1 Billboard K-POP Hot 100
  33. 2013: Girls' Generation - "I Got A Boy" (single) - #1 Billboard K-POP Hot 100
  34. 2013: Girls' Generation - "I Got A Boy" (album) - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  35. 2013: Super Junior - "Break Down" - #1 Billboard US World Albums
  36. 2011: TVXQ - Tone - #1 Billboard Japan Top Albums
  37. 2011: Girls' Generation - "Girls' Generation" - #1 Billboard Japanese Top Albums

Selected Credits[edit]

Awards[edit]

  • Music Publisher Award 2017 in Norway (Musikkforleggerprisen 2017)

Winner of “Composer / Rightsholder of the year - POP Music” (Dsign Music)

  • Golden Disc Awards 2017

Namie Amuro - "Finally" - Winner of "Album of the Year" and "Artist of the Year"

  • Latin Grammy Awards 2017

Ricky Martin feat. Maluma - "Vente Pa'Ca" - Nominated for "Best Song of the Year" & "Record of the Year"[71][72]

  • SESAC Latina Music Awards 2017

Ricky Martin feat. Maluma - "Vente Pa'Ca" - WON for "Best Radio Song of the Year"[73][74]

  • LAMA (Latin American Music Awards) 2017

Ricky Martin feat. Maluma - "Vente Pa'Ca" - Nominated for "Best Song of the Year"

  • YouTube Awards 2013

Winner of "Best Video of the Year" with Girls' Generation - "I Got A Boy"[75]

  • MTV Video Music Award Japan for Album of the Year 2012

Girls' Generation - "Girls' Generation"

  • MTV Video Music Award Japan for Best Group Video 2011

Girls' Generation - "Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)"

  • MTV Video Music Award Japan for Best Karaokee! Song 2011

Girls' Generation - "Tell Me Your Wish (Genie)"

Song:Expo[edit]

Dsign Music are hosting the annual songwriting camp called Trondheim Song:Expo. Robin Jenssen initially created the camp and is still the international coordinator. This camp is one of the worlds biggest songwriting camps with approximately 100 writers attending over a two-week period, first year was in 2011. Dsign Music is also involved in other songwriting camps such as Seoul:Calling in South-Korea, LA:EXPO in Los Angeles, USA Dsign Music also previously behind Aarhus:Calling in Denmark.

EKKO:LAB[edit]

Robin Jenssen is the co-founder and co-owner of a 10-studio complex called EKKO The Lab, located in the Sofo area in Stockholm, Sweden. Songwriting camps are being held at EKKO Lab on a monthly basis from January 2019.

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