Brian Lee

Brian Lee (US)

Speaker (Made in Hollywood)
Korean American songwriter, best known as a co-writer of "Good Time" by Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen and "Work from Home" by Fifth Harmony, among other songs. He contributed to Lady Gaga's 2011 Born This Way album. Brian was trained as a classical violinist from the age of 3. He got his start in pop music with the Chicago area band he co-founded, Made in Hollywood, with fellow Chicagoan and former Winepress Guitarist, Raymond J DeYoung. In 2013, he wrote and produced Icona Pop's dance club anthem "All Night" as well as Ingrid Michelson's, "The Afterlife." His major discography also includes Havana by Camila Cabello, Goodbye by Post Malone, It Ain't Me by Kygo, and Let Me Love You by DJ Snake.
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