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Max Martin Nabs 8th ASCAP Songwriter of the Year Award

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If you have a recent favorite pop song, chances are Max Martin had a hand in writing it.


Since 1999, he's won ASCAP's Songwriter of the Year Award 8 times.

Martin got his start in the mid-’90s co-writing songs for the Backstreet Boys including “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart),” which made its way to the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. His more recent credits include “Bang Bang” and Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” (along with eight other tracks from 2014’s 1989). 

Martin won his first Songwriter of the Year award at the 1999 ASCAP Pop Awards, and went on to win one in 2000 and another in 2001. He once again won in 2011, and has been the prize’s recipient every year since.


That's über-impressive, no?

Robert Manser

Rob loves his boy bands and has worked with most of them. When it became too hard to work in Australia with the media - he started POPrepublic.tv. Giving a voice to the pop culture scene for over 16 years (check dates depending on when you read this.) In his other life he is a creative director, film maker, photographer and designer... but pop is his one true love. Along with imaginary boyfriends, Nick Lachey and Channing Tatum  (his husband approves).

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