Beginning in 2010, Matthew Koma grew from being a relatively unknown producer to one of the most sought-after, collaborating with artists as diverse as Bruce Springsteen, LMFAO, and Hardwell. Originally into rock & roll, Koma started writing music at the tender age of nine and managed to score a publishing deal at the age of 16. His first big success was co-writing the 2012 hit single "Calling (Lose My Mind)" along with producers Sebastian Ingrosso and Alesso, and featuring Ryan Tedder. This was his first venture working alongside leading EDM artists. Following the "Calling" single, Koma went to work on the single "Sparks" with Nicky Romero and Fedde Le Grand, as well as the smash hit "Spectrum" alongside the artist Zedd. ~ James PearcePortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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