Brian Dong Ho Lee is an acclaimed American songwriter, having co-penned popular tracks like Camila Cabello’s “Havana”, Post Malone’s “Goodbyes”, DJ Snake and Justin Bieber’s “Let Me Love You”, and Fifth Harmony’s “Work from Home”.
Who is the songwriter, Brian Lee
Lee was brought up in Queens, New York City, after being born in Michigan. He began studying classical violin at the age of 3 and went on to form a band called Made In Hollywood in the Chicago area to start his career in pop music.
After Made In Hollywood disbanded, Lee spent a brief period of time playing with The White Tie Affair.
Lee has also produced several tracks, including Icona Pop’s “All Night” and Post Malone’s “Goodbyes”. Lee’s bass playing was featured during Post Malone’s acclaimed Nirvana tribute show and fundraiser for the WHO COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.
Lee has also co-written and collaborated with several other artists, including K-pop girl group superstars Blackpink for their hit song “Lovesick Girls” and American star Lady Gaga’s “Americano”. His music has been praised for its catchy hooks and infectious lyrics, and he has become a favorite among fans of both Korean and American music.
Check out songs written by Brian Lee on Spotify.
Lee has quickly become one of the most popular Korean-American songwriters in the industry today. His unique sound and lyrical style have earned him a loyal following, and he is sure to continue to make waves in the music world for years to come.