Thursday, April 28, 2011

Dr. Luke and Max Martin rewarded by ASCAP

The ASCAP, the Society of Authors and Composers American equivalent of SACEM in France recently celebrated authors and composers of 2010 in the United States. This year members of the academy members were rewarded when the hit maker Max Martin and Dr. Luke. ASCAP held, for his great annual party to reward the major players in American music.

The prestigious event was attended by hundreds of songwriters, performers and leaders in the music industry in the U.S. This year, 2011, and quite logically, they are two monsters of the music of the moment who have been rewarded. At equality, we find Dr. Luke and Max Martin, who, under the composer of the year, wrote five of the major successes of 2010, as "California Gurls" and "Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry or "Dynamite "to the explosive Taio Cruz.

Dr. Luke also won the prize for Miley Cyrus for the song "Party in the USA", composed by Jessie J, and the worldwide hit "Tik Tok" Ke $ ha, who was on hand to offer the composer's trophy. The Academy noted that Dr. Luke is the composer behind no fewer than 20 songs divided into pole position rankings over the last 5 years.

Together with Dr. Luke, Max Martin won the tie with Dr Luke for his contribution to Usher's songs "We Got DJ Fallin 'In Love" and the hit Adam Lambert "Whataya Want From Me." For this talented producer is also a further distinction that is in addition to three previously won. In 1999, it was thanks to the song of the Backstreet Boys Quit Playing Games (With My Heart.

"Then in 2000, the title of Britney Spears" Baby One More Time "and 2011 for the song of Celine Dion" That's The Way It Is. "Finally, ASCAP held to thank the two composers for their work in the musical world and highlight the ability of both music producers to export their music worldwide.

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