Jonas Jeberg is a Danish songwriter and producer based in Los Angeles. He's currently working with artists such as Jason Derulo, Demi Lovato, Austin Mahone and recently-signed buzz artists Angel Haze, XO! and Nick Gardner. Jonas wrote and produced the hits “I Hate This Part” by The Pussycat Dolls and “One Step At A Time” by Jordin Sparks - both of which won BMI Awards. Other well-known Jonas songs are Jason Derulo’s “Marry Me”, Demi Lovato’s “Made In The USA”, and Kelly Rowland’s single, “Forever And A Day”. Jonas is equally adept at working in the pop and urban genres - producing artists ranging from The Wanted (“Heart Vacancy” #2 UK) to Nicki Minaj (“The Boys”). Jonas got his start in the music business playing drums at the young age of 12 years old. After his graduation, he moved to Copenhagen to attend the Royal Danish Academy of Music, where he studied drums and music theory for two years. Jonas consistently works with some of the top writers and producers in the business including: Jean-Baptiste, Jason Evigan, Sean Douglas, Coffee, Busbee, Claude Kelly, Makeba Riddick, Sam Martin, Xplicit, Cathy Dennis, Wayne Hector, Sam Watters, Eric Bellinger, Lindy Robbins, Livvi Franc, and Nasri Atweh.