Sony Music Publishing has signed a international offer with songwriter and producer Jonas Jeberg.
The Los Angeles-dependent, Copenhagen native Jonas Jeberg is a single of today’s most in-demand from customers hitmakers. He specializes in a large assortment of genres from pop, electro-pop, R&B, rap, and choice. He is recognised for crafting chart-topping hits like Ava Max’s “Maybe You’re The Problem,” and lots of other people.
“Songwriting and generating songs is my passion. Apart from my wife and youngsters, there is nothing at all I adore a lot more in this environment! So, I’m extremely thrilled to do the job with Thomas Krottinger, the total Sony New music Publishing team, and their remarkable roster of leading-tier artists, songwriters, and fellow producers,” says Jonas Jeberg about the deal. “Collaboration and fantastic minds coming with each other are at the heart of hit tracks, and I can not assume of a much better group than these guys underneath management of Jon Platt.”
“Jonas is an extremely gifted songwriter who carries on to go previously mentioned and past,” adds Thomas Krottinger, Vice President, Innovative, Sony Music Publishing. “We are excited to husband or wife with Jonas and his workforce, and we glimpse forward to supporting his innovative journey.”
Through his job, Jonas has composed and generated eight Billboard Hot 100 hits, which includes a Prime 10 strike. He has attained a lot of accolades, like five BMI awards 2 ASCAP awards 17 RIAA Platinum and Gold certifications and a lot of more honors. He is represented by 100 Management’s Luke Mitzman and Mike Caren.
Jeberg is now achieving chart achievements many thanks to his get the job done on Ava Max’s most current single, “Maybe You’re The Issue.” The tune has ongoing to climb the charts in the United States, breaking the Prime 25 on US Pop Airplay charts and the prime 20 on the United kingdom Formal Trending chart.
Jeberg’s knowledge lies in composing music, crafting melodies, taking part in keyboards, and producing tracks and making. He shares he bought his start in tunes when he was 12 when he was asked to drum for the choir at college. “That was my introduction to becoming a musician, and I would exercise drums eight hrs a day. Then when I was 18, I was a qualified drummer touring around Scandinavia,” Jeberg shares.
“Around that time, I used to the Academy of Music in Denmark. To get in, you have to study music theory and enjoy a second instrument like piano or guitar. So I learned to enjoy piano and by that, it encouraged me to start off writing music,” Jeberg states.