Fredrik "Fredro" Ödesjö



Fredrik "Fredro" Ödesjö


Fredrik Ödesjö, professionally known as Fredro, is a dynamic songwriter/producer from Sweden. He grew up appreciating genres like rock, reggae, r&b, soul, and hip-hop. However, once he discovered the world of pop music, the stage was set. Armed with his talents and relentless ambition he became one of the most sought after writer/producers in Sweden. Murlyn Music Group didn't let this rising talent pass them by. Fredro signed worldwide deals with Murlyn Songs Publishing and Murlyn Music Production. He was right at home among his peers, which included the likes of Bloodshy & Avant, Bag and Arnthor. The company sparked and immediately had the music industry buzzing from the U.S. to the U.K.

After working with Bloodshy, he struck out on his own and started producing and writing for artists such as Sinead O’Connor, Jessica Mauboy, Christina Milian, Sugababes, Wonder Girls, and Ai (to name a few). After parting ways with MMG, he went on to find multi-platinum success in Japan with the Korean pop group, Tohoshinki. He wrote and produced "Doushite Kimi wo Suki ni Natte Shimattan Darou?", which went to No.1 on the Oricon chart and was awarded a golden award at the Japan Record Awards in 2008.

Fredro’s writing success continued with songs like "Maze" (which he co- wrote with Claude Kelly) and "Can Anybody Tell Me" on Jessica Mauboy's Get 'Em Girls, which was certified Gold in its first week. Fredro also produced a majority of the four-time platinum album Like It Like That, the fifth studio album from Australian singer/songwriter, Guy Sebastian. Of the three singles produced by Fredro, the title track "Like It Like That" went to No. 1 on the ARIA Singles Chart, was accredited with going four-times Platinum, and is one of the most successful singles of Sebastians' career. Fredro kicked off 2013 working with legendary reggae artist Maxi Priest for his new album as well as developing his own artist, MoXiie. Fredro is unstoppable and this year has already proved to be a very successful one for him.