Anton Hård af Segerstad

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Anton Hård af Segerstad in 2016.

Anton Hård af Segerstad (earlier Anton Malmberg Hård af Segerstad) (born 28 December 1985) is a Swedish songwriter and producer, part of the production team "The Family" together with Joy Deb and Linnea Deb.

His catalogue includes multiple award-winning songs and productions with artists like Iggy Azalea,[1] Fifth Harmony, JoJo, MiC LOWRY,[2] Dada Life, Nause,[3] Loreen[4] and Kim Cesarion.[5]

Hård af Segerstad has also co-written several Melodifestivalen entries, the best known being "Heroes", performed by Måns Zelmerlöw, which won Melodifestivalen 2015 and the Eurovision Song Contest 2015.[6]

Discography[edit]

As songwriter and producer
Year Artist Title Notes
2012 Dada Life "Boing Clash Boom"
"Feed the Dada"
Molly Sandén "Unchained"
Mimi Oh "Det Går För Långsamt"
"Festen Som vi Hatar Imorrn"
Sergey Lazarev "7 Wonders"
David Lindgren "On The Dancefloor"
2013 After School "Dressing Room"
Kristīne Šomase "Phoenix Fly"
Daniele Negroni "Perfect Misfit"
Janet Leon "Heartstrings"
Anton Ewald "Begging" It reached no.2 on the ‘Swedish Singles Chart’.

3X Platinum in Sweden.

2014 Didrick "A Part of You"
Mystery Skulls "Body High"
Manda "Criminals"
Oscar Zia "Ballare Con Me"
Samir & Viktor "Success"
Outtrigger "Echo"
Isac Elliot "Engine"
Fabrizio Levita "Kept Me Under"
2015 Julia Parshuta "Most Wanted"
Fifth Harmony "Top Down"
Noize Generation "A Song for You (feat. Patrik Jean)"
Nause "The World I Know" Certified Platinum in Sweden[7]
Molly Sandén "Phoenix"
Linus Svenning "Forever Starts Today"
Samir & Viktor "Groupie"
"Saxofuckingfon"
Andreas Weise "Bring Out the Fire"
Måns Zelmerlöw "Heroes" Winner of ESC 2015. Nr 1 in 22 Countries.

 5X Platinum in Sweden.[8] Gold in Spain, Norway and Austria.

"Someday"
"Unbreakable"
JoJo "Save My Soul" JoJo’s comeback single.

The track reached No.3 on ‘the real-time Billboard + Twitter Trending 140’ chart' and peaked position 33 on Billboards ‘Pop Digital Songs’ chart.

2016 SAARA "California"
Kim Jae-joong "Love You To Death"
Namie Amuro "Show Me What You've Got"
Måns Zelmerlöw "Happyland"
Kim Cesarion "Therapy"
Ace Wilder "Don't Worry" The song is featured in the trailer for ‘Bridget Jones’s baby’.

Peaked position 13 on the ‘Swedish Single’ chart.

Certified Platinum in Sweden.

Molly Pettersson Hammar "Hunger"
Isa "I Will Wait" It peaked position no. 35 on ‘the Swedish Single’ chart. Sold Gold in Sweden.[9]
Lisa Ajax "My Heart Wants Me Dead" It peaked position no.10 on ‘the Swedish Single’ chart.
SAARA "I Do"
Luna "Free Somebody" & "Keep on Doin" Both songs are part of her debut EP ‘Free somebody’ which peaked position 3 on US Billboards ‘World Album’ weekly chart and position 5 on ‘South Korea Gaon Album Chart’.
AOA "10 Seconds"
JoJo "I Am"
MiC LOWRY "Oh Lord"
2017 Lisa Ajax "I Don’t Give A"
Loreen "Statements"
Iggy Azalea featuring Anitta "Switch"
Matt Terry "Sucker for You"
2018 Alexander Oscar "Number"

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anton Malmberg Hård Af Segerstad | Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  2. ^ "Oh Lord - MiC LOWRY | Songs, Reviews, Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  3. ^ "Anton Malmberg Hård Af Segerstad | Credits | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  4. ^ Dahlander, Gustav. "Artisterna i Melodifestivalen 2017: Hela listan – så blir deltävlingarna". svt.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  5. ^ "Kim Cesarion - Therapy". Discogs. Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  6. ^ "Eurovision Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw wins Melodifestivalen 2015!". esctoday.com. Retrieved 14 March 2015.
  7. ^ "Sverigetopplistan - Sveriges Officiella Topplista". www.sverigetopplistan.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  8. ^ "Sverigetopplistan - Sveriges Officiella Topplista". www.sverigetopplistan.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-06-21.
  9. ^ "Sverigetopplistan - Sveriges Officiella Topplista". www.sverigetopplistan.se (in Swedish). Retrieved 2017-06-21.