Jonas Jeberg

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Jonas Jeberg
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Background information
Born1975 (age 43–44)
Rønne, Bornholm, Denmark
InstrumentsDrums, keyboards
Years active1996–present
Associated acts

Jonas Jeberg (born 1975 in Rønne, Bornholm), is a Danish songwriter and music producer residing in Los Angeles. He has written and produced hit songs including Panic! at the Disco's "High Hopes",[1] Selena Gomez's "Fetish" featuring Gucci Mane,[2] Fifth Harmony's "Sledgehammer",[3] Nicki Minaj's "The Boys",[4] Chris Brown's "Remember My Name",[5] Demi Lovato's "Made in the USA",[6] Jason Derulo's "Marry Me",[7] The Pussycat Dolls' "I Hate This Part"[8] and Jordin Sparks' "One Step at a Time".[9]

Jonas is managed by Lucas Keller at Milk & Honey and Jack Ormandy at Silo Music for the world, and he is published by BMG.

Production discography[edit]

Year Artist Song Album
2006 Double "Emotions"
2006 Vanessa Hudgens "Let's Dance" V
2007 BoA "Lose Your Mind"
2007 Corbin Bleu "Marchin'" Another Side
2007 Corbin Bleu "Deal With It" Another Side
2007 Corbin Bleu "Roll With You" Another Side
2007 Kylie Minogue "All I See" X
2007 Kylie Minogue "Like a Drug" X
2007 Kylie Minogue "Rippin' Up The Disco" X
2007 Lexington Bridge "Real Man" (feat. Snoop Dogg) The Vibe
2007 Monrose "Even Heaven Cries" Temptation
2007 Nina Sky "Get Your Clothes Off"
2007 Shayne Ward "Stand by Your Side" Breathless
2008 Amy Pearson "Love Is Out of Reach" Who I Am
2008 An-Ya feat. David Banner "Nightlife"
2008 Jessica Mauboy "Burn" Been Waiting
2008 Jordin Sparks "One Step at a Time" Jordin Sparks
2008 The Pussycat Dolls "I Hate This Part" Doll Domination
2009 Amerie "Dangerous" In Love & War
2009 Basim "Jeg Vil Være Din" Befri dig selv
2009 JLS "Heal This Heartbreak" JLS
2009 Linda Andrews "What If the Heart Is Wrong" Into the Light
2009 Pixie Lott "Gravity" Turn It Up
2009 Pixie Lott "Turn It Up" Turn It Up
2009 Pixie Lott "My Love" Turn It Up
2009 Stan Walker "Black Box" Introducing... Stan Walker
2010 Chris Willis "Louder (Put Your Hands Up)"
2010 School Gyrls "I'm Not Just a Girl" School Gyrls
2010 Sarah Connor "Leave with a Song" Real Love
2010 Selena Gomez & the Scene "Ghost of You" A Year Without Rain
2010 Shontelle "Impossible" (Remix) No Gravity
2010 The Wanted "Heart Vacancy" The Wanted
2010 The Wanted "A Good Day for Love to Die" The Wanted
2010 Sugababes "Crash & Burn" Sweet 7
2010 The Overtones "Good Ol Fashioned Love" Good Ol' Fashioned Love
2011 Anjulie "Stand Behind the Music"
2011 Kelly Rowland "Forever and a Day" Here I Am
2011 Pixie Lott "What You Do" Young Foolish Happy
2011 September "Resuscitate Me" Love CPR
2012 Anjulie "Headphones"
2012 Chris Brown "Remember My Name" Fortune
2012 Kreayshawn "Breakfast (Syrup)" feat. 2 Chainz Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Blasé Blasé" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Ch00k Ch00k Tare" (featuring Chippy Nonstop) Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Like It or Love It" (featuring Kid Cudi) Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "K234ys0nixz" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Bff (Bestfriend)" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Twerkin!!!" (featuring Diplo & Sissy Nobby) Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Go Hard (La.La.La)" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "The Ruler" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Kreayshawn "Love Haus" Somethin' 'Bout Kreay
2012 Nicki Minaj and Cassie "The Boys" Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up
2013 Demi Lovato "Made in the USA" Demi
2013 Dizzee Rascal "Something Really Bad" The Fifth
2013 Jason Derulo "Marry Me" Tattoos
2013 Zendaya "Putcha Body Down" Zendaya
2014 Girls' Generation-TTS "Adrenaline" Holler
2014 Jessie J "Said Too Much" Sweet Talker
2014 Kalin and Myles "Trampoline" Dedication
2014 Kalin and Myles "I Don't Really Care" Dedication
2015 Allie X "Sanctuary" CollXtion I
2015 Jordin Sparks "Double Tap" feat. 2 Chainz Right Here Right Now
2015 Fifth Harmony "Sledgehammer" Reflection
2015 R5 "Wild Hearts" Sometime Last Night
2016 Daya "Words" Sit Still, Look Pretty
2016 Daya "In Case You Missed It" Sit Still, Look Pretty
2016 Daya "We Are" Sit Still, Look Pretty
2016 Daya "Dare" Sit Still, Look Pretty
2016 Dirty Heads "The Truth" Dirty Heads
2016 Dirty Heads "Red Lights" Dirty Heads
2016 Keke Palmer "Enemiez" feat. Jeremih
2017 Bebe Rexha "The Way I Are (Dance With Somebody)" ft. Lil Wayne All Your Fault: Pt. 2
2017 Demi Lovato "You Don't Do It For Me Anymore" Tell Me You Love Me
2017 Demi Lovato "Daddy Issues" Tell Me You Love Me
2017 Sabrina Carpenter "Why"
2017 Selena Gomez "Fetish" ft. Gucci Mane
2017 Shawn Hook feat. Vanessa Hudgens "Reminding Me" My Side of Your Story
2018 Felix Jaehn "Cool" ft. Marc E. Bassy & Gucci Mane I
2018 Hayley Kiyoko "Wanna Be Missed" Expectations
2018 Kodaline "Shed a Tear" Politics of Living
2018 Panic! at the Disco "High Hopes" Pray for the Wicked
2019 Sabrina Carpenter "Take You Back" Singular: Act II
2019 Bebe Rexha "Girl in the Mirror" UglyDolls (soundtrack)
2019 Alec King ft. Kiana Ledé "Larry David" Greatest Hits Vol. 2
2019 Shaylen "Own Way" Highs and Lows
2019 Yungblud "Parents"
2019 The Jonas Brothers "Rollercoaster" Happiness Begins
2019 Liz Huett "Nothing Personal"
2019 Fitz and The Tantrums "Livin' For The Weeked" All The Feels


  1. ^ "Panic! At The Disco Premieres New Music Video for "High Hopes"". Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  2. ^ Fresh, Mikey (13 July 2017). "Selena Gomez And Gucci Mane Have A "Fetish" For Love". Vibe.
  3. ^ "11 SONGS YOU DIDN'T KNOW YOUR FAVORITE STARS WROTE". Pop Crush. 4 April 2018.
  4. ^ "Jonas Jeberg Wins BMI Award". Retrieved 13 September 2018.
  5. ^ "Chris Brown Releases Snippets From New Album 'Fortune' (Audio)". The Hollywood Reporter. 24 June 2012.
  6. ^ Lipshutz, Jason (1 April 2013). "Demi Lovato To Release 'Demi' Album In May". Billboard.
  7. ^ Spadine, Richard (27 August 2013). "Jason Derulo - Marry Me".
  8. ^ Eriksen, Jan. "Dansk duo hitter med Pussycat Dolls" (in Danish). B.T. Retrieved 30 November 2010.
  9. ^ Jensen, Erik (31 March 2010). "Dansk musik hitter i udlandet" (in Danish). Politiken. Retrieved 30 November 2010.

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