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Julie Frost

Julie Frost
Julie Frost in Vienna Austria, November 2010 at a taping of "Helden von Morgen"
Background information
Origin Oklahoma, USA
Genres Pop, Contemporary R&B, Pop Rock,
Occupations songwriter, singer, guitar player and music producer
Years active 2002–present
Labels EMI Music Publishing
Associated acts Black Eyed Peas, Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins, Lena Meyer-Landrut, Cody Simpson, Pitbull, Mary J. Blige, Beyoncé, Neon Hitch, Ed Sheeran, Madonna, Dia Frampton
Notable instruments

Julie Frost is a Golden Globe winner and an internationally known multi-award winning American songwriter, singer, guitar player and music producer. She is the second American songwriter to win the Eurovision Song Contest, as co-writer of the song "Satellite", which won the contest in 2010 for Germany. Frost wrote the hook for Black Eyed Peas' single "Just Can't Get Enough", which is one of the top ten Billboard singles of 2011. She also contributed to the composition of Beyoncé's single "Countdown", and Madonna's song "Masterpiece", from the sound track of her movie W.E., and just won a Golden Globe award for best original song in a soundtrack, 2011. Most recently, Frost wrote the hook and sang backgrounds for "Sweet Spot", Flo Rida featuring Jennifer Lopez off the album "Wild Ones".

Early life and career

Frost grew up in rural Vermont and began to perform publicly in 1992 in Chicago. Her first solo album The Wave (2002) was received positively by various music critics;... Of her writing style, Music Critic Johny Luftus wrote "Chicago singer/songwriter Julie Frost likes to place pleading heartache, clever wordplay, and determined pluck over nuanced arrangements".[1][2] Later on Frost founded her own studio "Happy Child Studios", which produces songs for families and children, and published her album Happy Child Music (2006).


Frost was signed to EMI Music Publishing in 2009 by music executive Big Jon Platt. In 2010, a song cowritten by Frost and Dane John Gorden, "Satellite", won the Eurovision Song Contest 2010 for Germany. Lena Meyer-Landrut's recording of this song subsequently became a number one hit in various European countries, and went to No. 1 on the European singles chart.

Artist Discography

  • 2006: Happy Child Music[3] (Artist)
  • 2002: The Wave (Artist)
  • 2000: "Songs for Wiggleworms" Various Artists (Artist/Producer)

Composer Discography

Year Artist Album Song Chart performance
2010 Lena Meyer-Landrut My Cassette Player Satellite European Hot 100 singles No. 1,[4] German Singles Chart No. 1 [5]
Winner of Eurovision Song Contest 2010
2010 Black Eyed Peas The Beginning Just Can't Get Enough UK Singles Chart No. 2, US Billboard Hot 100 No. 3. Multiplatinum
2011 Cody Simpson Coast To Coast On My Mind Radio Disney U.S. No. 1,[6] Billboard U.S. pop songs No. 30 [7]
2011 Beyoncé 4 Countdown US Billboard R&B/Hip Hop Songs No. 12[8]
2011 Pitbull Planet Pit Castles Made Of Sand US Billboard 200 No. 7,[9] US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums No. 3,[10] US Top Rap Albums No. 2[11]
2011 Ed Sheeran + Kiss Me UK Albums chart No. 1, Ireland Album chart No. 2
2011 Madonna W.E., MDNA Masterpiece Golden Globe for Best Original Song
2011 Dia Frampton "Red" Don't Kick The Chair US Billboard Top Heatseekers Albums No. 1
2012 Marina and the Diamonds Electra Heart Primadonna UK Singles Chart No. 11
2012 Mandy Capristo Grace Allow Me
2012 Flo Rida feat. Jennifer Lopez Wild Ones Sweet Spot
2012 Stefanie Heinzmann Stefanie Heinzmann Show Me the Way

Awards, Nominations, and Certifications


  • 2001: Parent's Choice Award - "Songs For Wiggle Worms" (Producer)
  • 2010: Eurovision Song Contest - "Satellite"
  • 2010: 1LIVE Krone – Best Single "Satellite"
  • 2011: Golden Globe - Best Original Song "Masterpiece" (Madonna)


  • 2011: Echo - Radio Echo for "Satellite" (Lena Meyer-Landrut)
  • 2011: Echo - Single of the Year – "Satellite" (Lena Meyer-Landrut)
  • 2011: Echo - Album of the Year – "My Cassette Player" (Lena Meyer-Landrut)
  • 2011: Comet - Best Song – "Satellite" (Lena Meyer-Landrut)
  • 2012: Brit - Album of the Year – "+" (Ed Sheeran)


  • 2010 Triple Platinum Single Germany "Satellite" Lena Meyer-Landrut
  • 2010 Gold Single Sweden "Satellite" Lena Meyer-Landrut[12]
  • 2010 Platinum Single Switzerland "Satellite" Lena Meyer-Landrut[13]
  • 2010 5x Gold Album Germany My Cassette Player Lena Meyer-Landrut[14]
  • 2011 Platinum Album U.S. "The Beginning" Black Eyed Peas[15]
  • 2011 Platinum Album Australia "The Beginning" Black Eyed Peas [16]
  • 2011 Platinum Single Australia "Just Can't Get Enough" Black Eyed Peas[17]


External links

  • Discogs
  • AllMusic

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