Born and raised in the Nordic forests of Sweden on a small crop of land called Sollerön - known as the Island of the Sun - Winona Oak is every bit as enchanting as her origin story. With a childhood spent encountering more animals than people, she grew up a trained horse acrobat and pursued creative expression however she could, writing poetry and songs from a young age. After moving to Stockholm to pursue her passion for music, she found herself signed as an artist to Neon Gold / Atlantic Records and published by Warner-Chappell, with her biggest writing credit and feature to date on the Chainsmokers' new single "Hope". "He Don't Love Me" marked the beginning of Winona Oak's contribution to today's music and culture under her own pseudonym, with the track becoming a runaway success and amassing over 50 million streams. Winona Oak’s second EP "SHE" released in fall 2020, accompanied by performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in December 2020, wrapping her sophomore EP release with her television debut. Recent collaborators include Andrew Wells, Kito, Alan Walker, Jonas Jeberg, Rollo, and Cam Montgomery.
The Newcastle, England-born songstress notably built a discography of blockbuster anthems, including the newest JLo single “Cambia El Paso” with Rauw Alejandro, and penning tunes for Rita Ora, Fifth Harmony, Skrillex, and Kiiara as well as the platinum collaboration “Scared To Be Lonely” by Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa, which has been streamed over one billion times. Her voice powered NOTD & Felix Jaehn’s chart-busting international smash “So Close” [feat. Georgia Ku & Captain Cuts]. The single tallied 214 million Spotify streams, cracked Top 40 radio in the U.S., and garnered a nomination for “Dance Song of the Year” at the 2020 iHeartRadio Awards. Additionally, she made her television debut by joining NOTD for an acoustic rendition of “So Close” on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
Rosie Darling’s songs combine her prowess for storytelling with the conviction of an imperfect girl’s journey through loss and love. After a cross-country move from Boston, Rosie’s two years in LA have yielded collaborations with the likes of Grey (Zedd "The Middle," Hailee Steinfeld), Nick Monson (Lady Gaga, Britney Spears, Selena Gomez), Chris Lyon (Chainsmokers, Carly Rae Jepsen), Nina Nesbitt (NOTD, Jonas Blue, Jessie Ware), and Chelsea Lena (Kiana Lede, Kacey Hill). She began exploring the EDM space after independent release “L.A.” with OKO racked up over 3 million streams. Rosie’s powerful, raw vocals and heart-on-her-sleeve writing powered EDM duo Tritonal’s “Never Be The Same” to number one on SiriusXM’s BPM radio and continue to open doors for her writing to shine. In November 2020, Rosie stepped into the spotlight with debut single “Coping,” which rose to #22 on Spotify’s Global Viral chart, tallies over 20 million streams to date, and serves as the title track from her debut EP, released in April 2021 and “establishing Rosie as a newcomer to watch in 2021” (House of Solo). Frequent collaborators include Cooper Holzman (Dixie D’Amelio, Victoria Justice), The Wavys (Loren Gray, G-Eazy), and Justin Gammella (FINNEAS, Lennon Stella, Carlie Hanson).
When 16-year-old Benicio Bryant opens his mouth to sing, hold on tight. At the intersection of pop R&B acts like Ruel, The Weeknd, and Justin Bieber, the pop upstart has a tone and depth of voice ready to fill arenas. His effortless star quality matched by a humble confidence and sense of self adds maturity beyond his years. Secure not only in his musical talent but also in his self expression through unique runway-ready style and striking presence, he’s a primed trendsetter reminiscent of fellow Gen Z vanguards like Conan Gray and Billie Eilish.
Debut single “Ghosted” featuring buzzy hip hop up-and-comer 12AM. Impossible to decipher its having been recorded at home, 808s and Benicio’s velvet vocals melt together with the added flare of 12AM’s swaggy flow for a radio ready teenage heartthrob anthem. It’s only just the beginning for Benicio Bryant. His music, and his sweater collection, are a sure thing.
Cam is a producer/writer based in Los Angeles whose eclectic mix of cuts include Chelsea Collins, 24kGoldn, Kane Brown, Morgan Wallen, Hardy, Weird Genius, Bonnie Mckee, Josie Dunne, Hot Chelle Rae, etc. He has recently been working with/has upcoming releases with Winona Oak, Brynn Elliott, Walker Hayes, Rosie, Cyn, Olivia Holt, Lexi Jayde, Maggie Lindemann & George Alice to name a few. Cam is published by Jaime Zeluck & Ross Golan via Kobalt.
LA based songwriter and producer known for his versatility and flexibility across genres. From 2007 to 2017 Josh served as guitarist in The Summer Set, releasing four successful albums all co-written by Josh. The group’s music was heard in multiple retail and television syncs, numerous global tours, and the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Josh’s songs with his former band gave him a unique, artist-centered outlook on everything he creates. Josh upcoming releases with Sophia Scott, Martin Garrix and Bebe Rexha. He is also currently working on Brynn Elliott's next album. Josh's recent collaborators include Dewain Whitmore, Cam Montgomery, Lenii, Sofia Quinn, Sophia Scott, Tiggs, and Tony Ferarri.