Justin Tranter

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A.R.T.: Debut. Justin Tranter (they/them) is one of the most in-demand songwriters, producers, and collaborators in music today, an ACLU Bill of Rights Award-winning activist, and founder of Facet Records & Facet Publishing. With over 50 million single sales, 40 billion streams on Spotify and Youtube alone, multiple diamond-certified songs, and dozens of honors including GRAMMY® and Golden Globes® nominations, 14 total BMI Pop Awards and two consecutive “Songwriter of the Year” titles at the BMI Pop Awards, Tranter has lent their talents to several of the most iconic albums in recent memory, including Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next (2019), Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia (2020), Lady Gaga’s Chromatica (2020), The Chicks’ Gaslighter (2020) and Selena Gomez’s Rare (2020). Across the past few years they have written regularly with some of the biggest names in music such as Demi Lovato, The Jonas Brothers, King Princess, Camila Cabello, Imagine Dragons’ Dan Reynolds, Kesha, and more, co-written two television theme songs with Shea Diamond for the HBO original shows “We’re Here” and “Equal,” appeared as a mentor on NBC’s “The Voice,” and served as the executive producer for the soundtrack to Happiest Season, the acclaimed film that smashed records as Hulu’s most-watched original movie debut ever. Tranter currently has several major film, TV, and theater projects in development.