Ilsey Juber

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Ilsey Juber
Birth name Ilsey Anna Juber
Born (1986-04-17) April 17, 1986 (age 32)
Los Angeles, California
Labels Sony/ATV Music Publishing
Associated acts Linkin Park
Website www.ilseyjuber.com

Ilsey Anna Juber (born April 17, 1986) is an American singer and songwriter from California. Juber won two BMI awards in 2018 for her work co-writing "Mercy" by Shawn Mendes and "In the Name of Love" by Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha. Juber was a co-writer on the entire 2018 Lykke Li album, "so sad so sexy". Other notable writing credits include "All Night" by Beyoncé, "Ocean" by Martin Garrix featuring Khalid, Robin Schulz's "Headlights", and "Disarm You" for Kaskade (both of which she also provided vocal features). Juber also co-wrote the 2015 single "Powerful" by Major Lazer featuring Ellie Goulding. She is presently signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing.

Family[edit]

Juber is the daughter of Hope and Laurence Juber, and sister to Nico Juber. Her father was the lead guitarist for the band Wings from 1978–1981 and is now a distinguished fingerstyle solo guitarist. Juber’s grandfather was Sherwood Schwartz, an American television producer behind Gilligan’s Island and The Brady Bunch.

Discography[edit]

Year Artist Title Label Role
2018 Michael Bublé "Love You Anymore" Reprise Records Composer
Clean Bandit ft. Rita Ora and KYLE "Nowhere" Atlantic UK, Warner Composer
Noah Cyrus "Topanga" Records, Columbia Composer
Sigala ft. Paul Janeway "Brighter Days" Ministry of Sound, Sony Composer
Rita Ora "Let You Love Me" Atlantic UK, Warner Composer
Martin Garrix, Justin Mylo ft. Dewain Whitmore "Burn Out" STMPD RCRDS, Sony Composer
Black Coffee, David Guetta ft. Delilah Montagu "Drive" Ultra Records Composer
Noah Cyrus, Lil Xan "Live or Die" Records, Columbia Composer
MAX ft. Joey Bada$$ "Still New York" DCD2, Crush Music Composer
Diplo ft. "Sun In Our Eyes" Sony Music Composer
Fairlane ft. Ilsey "Uncover You" Lowly Composer
Martin Garrix ft. Khalid "Ocean" STMPD RCRDS, Sony Composer
Panic! At The Disco "High Hopes" Fueled by Ramen, DCD2 Composer
Diplo ft. "Stay Open" Mad Decent, Interscope Composer
Christina Aguilera "Maria" RCA Composer
Christina Aguilera "Masochist" RCA Composer
Christina Aguilera "Accelerate" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "utopia" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "bad woman" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "better alone" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "so sad so sexy" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "sex money feelings die" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "jaguars in the air" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "last piece" RCA Composer
Lykke Li "two nights" [ft. Aminé] RCA Composer
Lykke Li "deep end" RCA Composer[1]
Anne Marie "Machine" Major Tom's, Asylum Composer
Pia Mia "Off My Feet" Pia Mia Recordings Composer
Bleachers "Alfie's Song (Not So Typical Love Song)" RCA Records Composer[2]
Camila Cabello "She Loves Control" Epic, Syco, Sony Composer[3]
2017 Majid Jordan "What You Do to Me" OVO, Warner Bros. Composer[4]
Majid Jordan "Not Ashamed" OVO, Warner Bros. Composer[4]
Paloma Faith "WW3" RCA, Epic Composer
Kelly Clarkson "Meaning of Life" Atlantic Composer[5]
DJ Snake ft. Lauv "A Different Way" Geffen Composer[6]
Demi Lovato "Only Forever" Island, Safehouse, Hollywood Composer
Hey Violet "When Will I Learn" 5Mode, Capitol Composer[7]
Hey Violet "Where Have You Been (All My Night)" 5Mode, Capitol Composer[8]
Noah Cyrus "Almost Famous" Syco Composer[9]
Dua Lipa "No Goodbyes" Warner Bros. Composer[10]
Tinashe "Flame" RCA Composer[11]
Drake ft. Kanye West "Glow" OVO Sound, Cash Money, Young Money Composer[12]
Linkin Park "Sharp Edges" Warner Bros., Machine Shop Backing Vocals, Composer[13]
"Talking To Myself" Warner Bros., Machine Shop Backing Vocals, Composer[14]
2016 Hey Violet "Guys My Age" Columbia Records Composer[15]
Train "Working Girl" Columbia Records Composer[16]
Deorro "Goin Up" Ultra Music Composer[17]
Britney Spears "Man on the Moon" RCA Records Composer[18]
Shawn Mendes "Mercy" Island Composer[19]
Nick Jonas "Unhinged" Island, Safehouse Composer[20]
Beyoncé "All Night" Parkwood Entertainment, Columbia Records Composer[21]
Martin Garrix ft. Bebe Rexha "In the Name of Love" Republic, Universal Composer[22]
Bea Miller "Yes Girl" Hollywood, Syco Composer[23]
Cash Cash "How to Love" Big Beat, Atlantic Composer[20]
Jake Miller "Overnight" E1, Warner Bros. Composer[24]
"Superhuman" E1, Warner Bros. Composer
St. Paul "Healing" Single Lock Records Composer
Alisan Porter "Down That Road" Republic Composer[25]
K Michelle "If It Ain't Love" Atlantic, Jive, RCA Composer
2015 Drake "Jungle" Cash Money, OVO Sound Composer[26]
Majid Jordan ft. Drake "My Love" OVO Sound Composer[20]
Robin Schulz ft. Ilsey "Headlights" Tonspiel, Warner Bros. Records Composer, featured artist[27]
Fifth Harmony "Body Rock" Syco, Epic Composer[28]
Snoh Aalegra "Emotional" ARTium Recordings Composer[29]
Major Lazer "Powerful" Mad Decent, Interscope Composer, vocals[20]
Mariah Carey "Infinity" Columbia, Epic Composer, vocals[20]
Grace Mitchell "NoLo" Republic Composer[20]
T. Mills ft. T.I. "Young & Stupid" Republic, Lava Composer[20]
Kaskade ft. Ilsey "Disarm You" Om Records, Ultra Records, Warner Bros. Records Composer, featured artist, vocals[20][30]
2014 Pitbull ft. John Ryan "Fireball" Mr. 305, Polo Grounds, RCA Records Composer[20]
Jennifer Lopez "Never Satisfied" Capitol Records Composer[20]
2012 Taryn Manning ft. Sultan and Ned Shepard "Send Me Your Love" DreamWorks Composer[20]
2010 Stanley Clarke "Soldier" Heads Up Vocals[31]
2008 Terrence Howard "Sanctuary" Columbia Records Composer, vocals (background)[32]

References[edit]

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