Sergio Galoyan

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Sergio Galoyan

Sergey Galoyan (Russian: ru: Сергей Галоян, born 25 December 1981) is an ASCAP/PRS Award–winning[1] songwriter/producer and DJ, born in Moscow. He is more commonly known as Sergio Galoyan and is of Armenian descent.[2]

One of the creators of internationally known band t.A.T.u. also has written and produced their first four singles All The Things She Said, Not Gonna Get Us, 30 Minutes, and Show Me Love.[3] He has also written and produced many other tracks for their first, second and third albums.

Galoyan has also worked with Keith Flint (The Prodigy), Marilyn Manson,[4] Jennifer Lopez, Valeriya,[5] Clea (band)[6] and Alsou.[7]

He married t.A.T.u.'s PR manager, Sasha Tityanko,[8][9] after working on t.A.T.u.'s second album, but they were divorced soon after.

Galoyan has commented that he would love to work with Madonna. He is currently concentrating on his solo DJ project under the name of Sergio Galoyan which features lots of prominent vocalists and songwriters from all over the world.


As an artist


  • 2010: Wrap It Up — Sergio Galoyan (feat. Claire Guy)
  • 2010: Everything - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Nire' Alldai)[10]
  • 2011: Knowing You - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Tamra Keenan)
  • 2011: Break The Night In Two - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Antonio)
  • 2011: Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish - Sergio Galoyan
  • 2012: Paradise - Sergio Galoyan (feat. Lena Katina)

As a composer/producer



  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Record producer Sergio Galoyan featured at Townhouse Studios London
  3. ^ Композитор Сергей Галоян: «Тату» стали лесбиянками под гипнозом // Komsomolskaya Pravda, March 20, 2003
  4. ^*hit_(Sergio_Galoyan_Mix)
  5. ^ Барабанов Б. Женщина, которая споет // Kommersant, Jan. 25, 2008
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  7. ^ 19 (Alsou album)
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