Gustav Efraimsson

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Gustav Efraimsson (born 1980) is a Swedish songwriter and music producer. [1] [2]


Early life

Efraimsson grew up on the Swedish west coast, in a town called Gothenburg. He later moved to Stockholm, the capital of Sweden and a major source of worldwide hits from songwriters like Max Martin, Shellback, RedOne and Anders Bagge.

Musical career

He has written songs for major recording artists like NKOTBSB (New Kids On The Block & Backstreet Boys), Snoop Dogg, 'Anouk, September, Marta Sánchez, Jennifer Rush, Sweetbox, Audio Playground, Edurne, Sweet California, Eric Saade as well as many others. In 2016 his song "We Are Your Tomorrow" was chosen to be in the Melodifestivalen 2016 (the Swedish qualifier for Eurovision Song Contest 2016) and made it all the way to final, held at Friends Arena on March 12.

Selected discography

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Aitor Saez

Audio Playground

Axel Schylström


Beatrix Kiddo

Camp Sweden

Carina Dahl

David Lindgren


Super Junior Donghae & Eunhyuk


Eric Saade

Eric Suen



GAC (Gamaliel Audrey Cantika)


Gita Gutawa


Han Geng


Jakob Karlberg

Jennifer Rush


John Park

Josef Sedraia

Josefin Glenmark


Lisa Ajax

Maja Kristina

Malena Laszlo

Marta Sánchez

Matilda Thompson


Moncho & Tarequito

Monsta X

Nathalie Saba

NKOTBSB (New Kids On The Block & Backstreet Boys)


Ola Lustig

Rio Febrian

Risa Hirako

Sebastian Walldén

Sean and Conor Price



Shawn Lee

Sweet California


Tereza Kerndlova

The Fooo Conspiracy


Victoria Tocca


What's Up

Yamashita Tomohisa


Young Pharoz

He has produced and/or mixed songs for many well known European and Asian artists, including September, Marta Sánchez, Edurne, Yamashita Tomohisa and more.

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