Oscar Holter

Oscar Holter

Real Name:Oscar Thomas Holter

Swedish songwriter and music producer, born October 6, 1986 in Degerfors.

He is part of the songwriting collective Wolf Cousins ​​founded by Max Martin and Shellback (2).

Oscar has written and produced songs for artists such as The Weeknd, Coldplay, P!NK, Taylor Swift, Charli XCX, Tove Lo, Troye Sivan and Katy Perry.

Together with Max Martin, he wrote and produced the song "Blinding Lights" for The Weeknd. The song has topped the Billboard Hot 100 and has been number one in thirty-two countries, including Germany (10 weeks), the United Kingdom (8 weeks) and Australia (11 weeks). In addition, it has been streamed over 1.4 billion times on Spotify. "Blinding Lights" also broke radio records in the US in 2020 by topping Billboard's Radio Songs chart for over 19 weeks; thereby breaking Goo Goo Doll's 22-year-old record with the song "Iris".

In September 2020, Oscar Holter was awarded The Grand Prize at the Denniz Pop Awards, for his great international success during the year.

On September 23, 2021, Holter received the Swedish government's music export award 2020 with the words: Oscar Holter belongs to the pop world's most successful composers and is an excellent example of the outstanding international successes that have made Sweden one of the world's leading music nations.

In Groups:Holter & Erixson, Necro Facility
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