Amund Bjørklund

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Amund Bjorklund

Amund Bjørklund is an award winning songwriter and record producer of Norwegian/Icelandic background.

Amund's songs have sold in excess of 50 million singles and albums.

His catalogue includes songs written with or for artists such as Beyoncé, Train, Bruno Mars, Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Lionel Ritchie, Selena Gomez, Jonas Brothers and a number of American Idol winners.

He co-wrote the BMI Song Of The Year in 2007, with "Irreplaceable" for Beyoncé, occupying the number 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 10 consecutive weeks.

Amund also co-wrote the GRAMMY winning "Hey, Soul Sister" for Train. This was the ASCAP Song Of The Year in 2011 and the biggest selling song on ITunes in 2010, selling more than 10 million downloads worldwide.

Other notable songs include "With You" for Chris Brown, which topped the Billboard Hot100 Airplay chart, and the double platinum selling "Drive By" for the band Train.