Sony Music Publishing Signs Global Deal with Jonas Jeberg

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Sony Music Publishing has signed a global deal with songwriter and producer Jonas Jeberg.

The Los Angeles-based, Copenhagen native Jonas Jeberg is one of today’s most in-demand hitmakers. He specializes in a wide range of genres from pop, electro-pop, R&B, rap, and alternative. He is known for writing chart-topping hits like Ava Max’s “Maybe You’re The Problem,” and many others.

“Songwriting and producing songs is my passion. Besides my wife and kids, there’s nothing I love more in this world! So, I’m very excited to work with Thomas Krottinger, the whole Sony Music Publishing team, and their incredible roster of top-tier artists, songwriters, and fellow producers,” says Jonas Jeberg about the deal. “Collaboration and great minds coming together are at the heart of hit songs, and I can’t think of a better team than these guys under leadership of Jon Platt.”

“Jonas is an incredibly gifted songwriter who continues to go above and beyond,” adds Thomas Krottinger, Vice President, Creative, Sony Music Publishing. “We are excited to partner with Jonas and his team, and we look forward to supporting his creative journey.”

Throughout his career, Jonas has written and produced eight Billboard Hot 100 hits, including a Top 10 hit. He has achieved numerous accolades, including five BMI awards; 2 ASCAP awards; 17 RIAA Platinum and Gold certifications; and many more honors. He is represented by 100 Management’s Luke Mitzman and Mike Caren.

Jeberg is currently achieving chart success thanks to his work on Ava Max’s latest single, “Maybe You’re The Problem.” The song has continued to climb the charts in the United States, breaking the Top 25 on US Pop Airplay charts and the top 20 on the UK Official Trending chart.

Jeberg’s expertise lies in composing music, writing melodies, playing keyboards, and creating tracks and producing. He shares he got his start in music when he was 12 when he was asked to drum for the choir at school. “That was my introduction to being a musician, and I would practice drums eight hours a day. Then when I was 18, I was a professional drummer touring around Scandinavia,” Jeberg shares.

“Around that time, I applied to the Academy of Music in Denmark. To get in, you have to learn music theory and play a second instrument like piano or guitar. So I learned to play piano and through that, it inspired me to start writing songs,” Jeberg says.