Dsign Music

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Dsign Music
Aksjeselskap
Industry Music & entertainment
Genre J-pop, K-pop, dance-pop, electropop, pop, Rock, teen pop, Musicals, Bubblegum pop, Latin Pop
Founded Trondheim, Norway (2006 (2006))
Founder
  • Robin Jenssen
  • Anne Judith Wik
  • Nermin Harambašić
  • Ronny Svendsen
Headquarters Trondheim, Norway, USA, South Korea, Sweden
Number of locations
Los Angeles, Seoul, Trondheim, Stockholm
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Robin Jenssen: CEO
Services Entertainment
Divisions Dsign Music Inc.
Subsidiaries EKKO Publishing Inc.
Website www.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 23 #1's on different US Billboard Charts and multiple platinum and diamond albums.[2] Dsign Music are also involved in other ventures such as music publishing, musicals, TV-shows, mobile 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 Europe, 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)

SONG:EXPO[edit]

Dsign Music are hosts for the annual songwriting camp called Trondheim Song:Expo, a writing camp with approximately 100 writers attending over a two-week period every year. The team is also involved in other songwriting camps such as Seoul Calling in Korea, LA:EXPO in the US and Aarhus Calling in Denmark.

Production Highlights[edit]

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