Mood Melodies

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Mood Melodies
Birth nameAnders Frøen
OriginOslo, Norway
Genres
Occupation(s)
  • Songwriter
  • record producer
Instruments
  • Piano
  • keyboard
  • guitar
Years active2013–present
Associated actsAlan Walker
Websitewww.moodmelodies.com

Anders Frøen, professionally known as Mood Melodies, is a Norwegian record producer and songwriter. He has produced and written songs for Zedd, Jessie J, Alan Walker, Brandy and Karmin.[1][2]

Career[edit]

Mood Melodies got his big international break when Alan Walker's "Faded" became an international hit in 2016, with more than 2 billion YouTube views to date.[3][4] He signed to Stargate and Sony/ATV's joint venture publishing company Stellar Songs in 2016.[5][6][7]

Songwriting and production credits[edit]

Title Year Artist(s) Album Credits Written with Produced with
"Conquer the World"
(featuring Brandy)
2013 Jessie J Alive Co-writer Jessica Cornish, Claude Kelly, Jonathan Webb Jr., Jamil Debardlabon, Are Sorkness -
"Drifter" 2014 Karmin Pulses Amy Heidemann, Nicholas Noonan, Jonathan Webb Jr. -
"Play My Drum" 2015 Sandra Lyng Non-album single Co-writer/Producer Sandra Lyng, Elias Kapari, Gunnar Greve, Touraj Keshtkar -
"Night After Night" Sandra Lyng, Jesper Borgen Jesper Borgen
"Faded" Alan Walker Faded Japan EP Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Gunnar Greve Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen
"Moonrise" 2016 Sandra Lyng Non-album single Sandra Lyng, Gunnar Greve, Frida Amudsen -
"Sing Me to Sleep" Alan Walker Faded Japan EP Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Gunnar Greve, Thomas La Verdi Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen
"Alone" Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Gunnar Greve, Jonnali Parmenius Alan Walker
"Back to Beautiful" 2017 Sofia Carson Non-album single Sofia Carson, Julia Michaels, Mikkel Eriksen, Tor Hermansen, Justin Tranter, Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Gunnar Greve Alan Walker, StarGate, Tim Blacksmith, Danny D
"Stay"
(with Alessia Cara)
Zedd Co-writer Anton Zaslavski, Jonnali Parmenius, Linus Wiklund, Sarah Aarons, Alessia Caracciolo -
"Tired"
(featuring Gavin James)
Alan Walker Faded Japan EP Co-writer/Producer Alan Walker, Gunnar Greve, Fredrik Borch Olsen, Lars Rosness, Marcus Arnbekk, Gavin Wigglesworth, Ollie Green, Mike Needle, Daniel Bryer Alan Walker, Gunnar Greve, Fredrik Olsen, Lars Rosness, Marcus Arnbekk, Carl Hovind
"The Spectre" Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Lars Rosness, Marcus Arnbekk, Gunnar Greve, Thomas La Verdi Alan Walker, Lars Rosness, Marcus Arnbekk, Gunnar Greve, Fredrik Olsen
"All Falls Down"
(featuring Noah Cyrus and Digital
Farm Animals
)
Different World Alan Walker, Richard Boardman, Pablo Bowman, Sarah Blanchard, Daniel Boyle, Nicholas Gale Alan Walker, The Six, Chris "Tek" O'Ryan, Gunnar Greve, Jenna Andrews, Alex Holmberg
"Darkside"
(featuring Au/Ra and Tomine Harket)
2018 Alan Walker, Jesper Borgen, Lars Rosness, Marcus Arnbekk, Fredrik Borch Olsen, Gunnar Greve, Thomas La Verdi, Atle Petterson, William Wiik Larsen, Jamie Stenzel, Andrew Frampton Alan Walker, Fredrik Olsen, Gunnar Greve, Jesper Borgen, Mere Music
"Diamond Heart"
(featuring Sophia Somajo)
Alan Walker, Thomas Troelsen, Kristoffer Haugen, Edvard Normann, Gunnar Greve, Yann Bargain, Victor Verpillat, Fredrik Borch Olsen, Sophia Somajo Alan Walker, Yann Bargain, Victor Verpillat, Jesper Borgen, James Njie, Gunnar Greve, Big Fred, STATE

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Writer profile - Anders Froen - Musixmatch". Musixmatch.com. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  2. ^ "Mood Melodies". Discogs. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Du har hørt om Kygo og Alan Walker, men neppe denne karen ..." Aftenposten.no. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Alan Walker hits 1 Billion plays on Youtube with 'Faded'". Edm.com. 27 March 2017. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Industry Talk: Anders Frøen - Music Norway EN". Musicnorway.no. 23 June 2017. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  6. ^ "Sony/ATV celebrates five years at top of US publishing rankings". Musicweek.com. Retrieved 22 December 2017.
  7. ^ "Instagram post by Sony/ATV Music Scandinavia • Oct 20, 2016 at 2:11pm UTC". Instagram. Retrieved 22 December 2017.

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