Freddy Wexler is a Grammy-nominated, multiplatinum award-winning hit songwriter and ﬁlm producer with an expansive ﬁlm, tv and animation slate. Wexler has multiple projects set up with Disney, Nickelodeon, Universal, Fremantle, Fulwell73/James Corden, the Estefans, Marc Platt, Westbrook, and Random House. He was recently named in Variety’s Family Entertainment Impact Report List for Film and Television and included as one of the “World’s Greatest Songwriters” in Music Business Worldwide. He was nominated for multiple Grammys, including Album of the Year, at the 2022 GRAMMYs for his work on Justin Bieber’s album, Justice.
Wexler’s songs have been released by Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Post Malone, the Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato, Halsey, Pink, Marshmallow, Diana Ross, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Pusha T, Wyclef Jean, Celine Dion, Martin Garrix, Avicii, Zayn Malik, DNCE, and Diana Ross among others.
Wexler began his career as an A&R intern for Sony Music where he pitched an unknown artist, Stefani Germonatta, as “the next Madonna.” Germonatta, whose early demos Wexler recorded, went on to become Lady Gaga. Wexler has contributed to 8 Billboard #1s, including Kanye West’s “Wolves,” and has his own Songbook on Apple Music.
Wexler cowrote the single “Stuck with U” by Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, which hit #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and broke streaming records. Wexler and others donated their fees, and proceeds from the song have already raised $5 million for families of ﬁrst responders. Wexler penned the global hit “Be Kind” for Halsey and Marshmello and recently wrote “Mon Soleil,” the only original song in Emily in Paris. Featuring series star Ashley Park, the which broke debut streaming records and garnered 30MM+ in record time.
Wexler has written for major brands like 7UP and his music has appeared in countless ﬁlms and television shows, including Fifty Shades, Dancing with the Stars, American Idol, Grey’s Anatomy, The Bachelorette, Wimbledon, and Emily in Paris. Wexler is also founder of The Brain Music, a 360 music company whose catalogue includes songs by Chance the Rapper, Alicia Keys, and Dierks Bentley.
Justin Bieber, “2 Much.” Justice. RBMG/Def Jam.
Justin Bieber & Ariana Grande, “Stuck With U.” Silent Record Ventures.
Halsey & Marshmello, “Be Kind.” Joytime Collective.
Celine Dion, “Perfect Goodbye.” Courage. Sony Music Entertainment
Jonas Brothers, “Like It’s Christmas.” Universal Republic.
P!nk “My Attic.” RCA.
Zayn Malik, “Talk to Me.” Icarus Falls. RCA
DNCE, “Lose My Cool.” People to People. Universal Republic.
Fifty Shades Freed [Orignal Motion Picture Soundtrack]. TSLB, “The Wolf.” Universal Republic.
Kanye West, “Wolves.” The Life of Pablo. Good Music/ Def Jam
Lil Wayne, “Novacane.” Tha Carter IV. Cash Money/Universal Republic
Selena Gomez, “Slow Down.” Stars Dance. Hollywood Records.
Selena Gomez, “B.E.A.T.” Stars Dance. Hollywood Records.
Demi Lovato, “Without the Love.” Demi. Hollywood Records.
Prince Royce, “Lie to Me.” Double Vision. Sony Music Entertainment.
Tiesto, “Footprints (All Over the World).” A Town Called Paradise. Universal Republic.
Martin Garrix. “Break Through the Silence.” Spinnin Records.
Steve Aoki and Moxie, “I Love it When You Cry (Moxoki).” Neon Future II. Ultra Records
Bea Miller, “Fire N Gold.” Not an Apology. Hollywood Records.
Bridgit Mendler, “City Lights.” Hello My Name Is… Hollywood Records.
Bridgit Mendler, “Top of the World.” Hello My Name Is… Hollywood Records.
Bridgit Mendler, “Love’ll Tell Us Where to Go.” Hello My Name Is… Hollywood Records.
Bridgit Mendler, “Quicksand.” Hello My Name Is… Hollywood Records.
Bridgit Mendler, “Hold on for Dear Love.” Hello My Name Is… Hollywood Records.
Moxie Raia feat. Pusha T, “On My Mind.” Def Jam
Moxie Raia, “Buffalo Bill.” RPY. Capitol Records
Moxie Raia, “I Love It When You Cry.” Moxoki/Ultra Music
The Spencer Lee Band, “Kissing Tree.” Universal Republic.
Charles Perry, “Stranger to Love.” Verve Records