Mattman & Robin

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Mattman & Robin is a Swedish songwriting and production duo composed of Mattias Per Larsson and Robin Lennart Fredriksson.[1]

In 2016, they won a Grammy Award for Album of the Year for their co-production on American singer-songwriter Taylor Swift's fifth studio album 1989.[2]

In 2016 they won the "Grand Prize" at the Denniz Pop Awards.[3]

Discography[edit]

Year Artist Album Details
2007 What's Up! In Pose Producer ("If I Told You Once")
2009 Arashi My Girl EP Co-writer ("Tokei Jikake no Umbrella")
Elena Paparizou Giro Apo T' Oneiro Co-writer ("Tha 'Mai Allios")
2011 Eric Saade Saade Vol. 1 Co-writer, producer ("Timeless", "Hearts in the Air", "Made of Pop", "Echo"), Producer ("Stupid with You")
Saade Vol. 2 Co-writer, producer ("Love Is Calling", "Fingerprints")
About E N/A Producer ("Dysfunctional")
Wanessa DNA Co-writer ("DNA")
2012 Molly Sandén Unchained Co-writer, co-producer ("A Little Forgiveness")
About E N/A Co-writer, producer ("Roll with Us")
2013 Anton Ewald A Co-writer, producer ("Human")
Majestee of Sweden N/A Co-writer, producer ("Governor", "Supergirl", "HELL YEAH", "Hot Damn!")
Laza Morgan One by One Co-writer, producer ("Oh Eh Ya")
Tal À l'infini Co-writer, additional producer ("Jealousy")
2014 Oscar Zia I Don't Know How to Dance Co-writer, producer ("Without U")
Tone Damli Heartkill Co-writer, producer ("Smash", "Hello Goodbye")
Eric Saade N/A Co-writer ("Take a Ride (Put 'Em in the Air)")
Take That III Co-writer, producer ("Higher Than Higher")
Taylor Swift 1989 Co-producer ("All You Had to Do Was Stay")
Tove Lo Truth Serum Co-writer, co-producer ("Over")
Queen of the Clouds Producer ("Moments")
2015 Adam Lambert The Original High Co-writer, co-producer ("The Original High")
Carly Rae Jepsen Emotion Co-writer, co-producer ("Run Away with Me"), Co-writer, producer ("Gimmie Love", "Favourite Colour")
DNCE Swaay Co-writer, producer ("Cake by the Ocean")
Ellie Goulding Fifty Shades of Grey Backing-vocals, mastering ("Love Me like You Do")
Hailee Steinfeld Haiz Co-writer, producer ("Love Myself", "You're Such A", "Rock Bottom", "Hell Nos and Headphones")
Selena Gomez Revival Co-writer, co-producer ("Hands to Myself", "Me & the Rhythm")
2016 Gwen Stefani This Is What the Truth Feels Like Co-writer, producer ("Misery", "Make Me Like You", "Truth")
Nick Jonas Last Year Was Complicated Co-writer, producer ("Close", "Touch")
Britney Spears Glory Co-writer, producer ("Do You Wanna Come Over?", "Slumber Party", "Change Your Mind (No Seas Cortés)")
Stanaj The Preview Co-writer, producer ("Sleep Alone")
Dagny Ultraviolet EP Co-writer, producer ("Fight Sleep", "Too Young")
DNCE DNCE Co-writer, producer ("Cake by the Ocean", "Good Day", "Naked")
2017 DNCE (featuring Nicki Minaj) DNCE (Jumbo Edition) Co-writer, producer ("Kissing Strangers")
Julia Michaels Nervous System Co-writer, producer ("Uh Huh", "Worst in Me", "Make It Up to You", "Just Do It", "Pink")
Imagine Dragons EVOLVE Co-writer, producer ("I Don't Know Why", "Believer", "Walking the Wire", "Start Over")
Jason Derulo N/A Co-writer, producer ("If I'm Lucky")
Dagny N/A Electric guitar, percussion ("Love You like That")
Pink Beautiful Trauma Co-writer, producer ("For Now")
2018 Julia Michaels Fifty Shades Freed Co-writer, producer ("Are You")
Janelle Monáe Dirty Computer Co-writer, producer ("Make Me Feel")
Imagine Dragons Origins Co-writer, producer ("Natural", "Cool Out", "Only")
Glowie Where I Belong Co-writer, producer ("Body")
2019 Dua Lipa Alita: Battle Angel Co-writer, co-producer ("Swan Song")
Tove Lo Sunshine Kitty Co-writer, producer ("Equally Lost")
Cashmere Cat Princess Catgirl Co-writer ("Without You")
Anthony Ramos The Good & the Bad Co-writer, producer ("Mind over Matter", "Little Lies")
Camila Cabello Romance Co-writer, producer ("Living Proof", "Dream of You")
2020 Selena Gomez Rare Co-writer, producer ("Lose You to Love Me", "Dance Again", "Let Me Get Me")
YDE N/A Co-writer, producer ("Stopped Buying Diamonds")
Tayla Parx N/A Co-writer, producer ("Residue")
Celeste Celeste Co-writer, producer ("A Kiss")

References[edit]

  1. ^ Fennessey, Sean (18 May 2016). "Dark Knights: Meet Mattman & Robin, Pop Music's New Hidden Overlords". The Ringer. Retrieved 23 December 2018.
  2. ^ "Mattman & Robin". The Recording Academy. Retrieved 23 December 2018.
  3. ^ "Mattman & Robin". dennizpopawards.com. Retrieved 2 February 2018.