Orange Factory Music
Orange Factory Music (also known as OFM) is an American production team formed in 1999 by record producers and songwriters Jeremy Skaller and Robert Larow. OFM also has three writers signed under its corporate umbrella; Jamil 'digi' Chammas" and Jonathan 'Perky Rain' Perkins. Most noted for their discovery and development of Jay Sean, the duo met at the University of Vermont, before moving to New York to pursue their musical career. Skaller and Larow, professionally known as "J Remy" and "Bobby Bass" also continued to produce, write, and remix songs for Fabolous, Monrose, Eva Avila, Ricki-Lee and Jay Sean.
Orange Factory Music
|Also known as||OFM|
|Origin||Burlington, Vermont, United States|
|Genres||Dance, urban, R&B, pop|
|Associated acts||Jay Sean, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Israel, Thara, Sean Paul, Lil Jon, Fabolous, Elen Levon, Birdman, Big Time Rush, Kiana Ledé, Shaylen Carroll, Bazzi, The Janoskians|
The duo first charted with the No. 1 Billboard Dance song “Don’t Want Another Man” by Tina Ann. In the next few years OFM consistently charted on the Billboard charts with production, remixer, and writers credits with Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Kelly Rowland, Seal, Usher, Blue Cantrell, Backstreet Boys, Birdman, Alanis Morissette, Janet Jackson, Annie Lennox, Dolce, Tina Ann, Fabolous, Bone Crusher, Shakira, and Jessica Simpson.
In September 2013, OFM writer/composer Jonathan Perkins expanded the company's operations to Nashville in a joint publishing venture with OFM Publishing and Reach Music Publishing. In 2015, Skaller signed singer/actor Kiana Ledé. Since then she has signed a recording deal with Republic Records and a publishing deal with SonyATV.
They have produced, remixed and or written for Jay Sean, Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Seal, Usher, Birdman, Blue Cantrell, Backstreet Boys, Alanis Morissette, Annie Lennox, Fabolous, Janet Jackson, and Shakira. Most recently they produced the No. 1 Aria Chart hit, "Boom Boom", by Justice Crew.
|Ashley Ring||TBD||TBD||Cash Money/Universal Republic||5 songs on upcoming album||Producer; Unreleased|
|Big Time Rush||"Nothing Even Matters"||B.T.R.||Columbia||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Big Time Rush||"Superstar"||Elevate||Columbia||Album cut||Producer|
|Big Time Rush||"24/Seven"||24/Seven||Columbia||Album cut||Producer|
|Big Time Rush||"Confetti Falling"||24/Seven||Columbia||Album cut||Producer|
|Big Time Rush||"Crazy for U"||24/Seven||Columbia||Album cut||Producer|
|Big Time Rush||"In the Future"||TBD||Columbia||Album cut||Producer||Unreleased|
|Birdman||"Written on Her"||Priceless||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Billboard Rap No. 17|
|Charice Pempengco||"Breathe You Out"||Charice||Warner Bros.||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Cody Simpson||"Round of Applause"||4 U||Atlantic||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Cover Drive||"Headphones"||Bajan Style||Geffen UK||TBD||Producer||Writer|
|Eva Avila||"Got a Feelin'"||Somewhere Else||Sony BMG (Canada)||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Fabolous||"Baby" ft. Mike Shorey||Real Talk||Desert Storm/Def Jam||Single||Producer||Billboard Rap No. 17|
|Fabolous||"What Should I Do"||From Nothin' to Somethin'||Desert Storm/Def Jam||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Israel Cruz||"Killing Me"||The Legacy||Nufirm Records/Sony BMG (Australia)||-||Producer||-|
|Israel Cruz||"Party Up"||TBD||Nufirm Records/Sony BMG (Australia)||Single||Producer||(Gold)|
|Jay Sean||"Down"||All or Nothing||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 (5× Platinum)|
|Jay Sean||"Do You Remember"||All or Nothing||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Billboard No. 9 (2× Platinum)|
|Jay Sean||N/A||All or Nothing||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Full album||Executive producer||-|
|Jay Sean||"2012 (It Ain't the End)" ft. Nicki Minaj||So High (Japan Edition)||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Platinum worldwide, cert. Gold in the US|
|Jay Sean||"Hit the Lights" ft. Lil Wayne||So High (Japan Edition)||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Billboard No. 17|
|Jay Sean||"Like This Like That" ft. Birdman||So High (Japan Edition)||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||-|
|Jay Sean||"I'm All Yours" ft. Pitbull||So High (Japan Edition)||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||-|
|Jay Sean||N/A||Neon||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Full album||Executive producer||-|
|Jessica Mauboy||"What Happened to Us" ft. Jay Sean||Get 'Em Girls||Sony BMG (Australia)||Single||Producer||ARIA No. 14 (Platinum)|
|Jessica Mauboy||"Kick up Your Heels" ft. Pitbull||Beautiful||Sony BMG (Australia)||Album cut||Writer|
|JLS||"That's My Girl"||Outta This World||Epic||Album cut||Producer||-|
|JLS||"So Many Words"||TBD||Epic||Album cut||Producer||Unreleased|
|JLS||"Don't Look Down"||TBD||Epic||Album cut||Producer||Unreleased|
|Kevin Rudolf||"I Made It"||To the Sky||Cash Money/Universal Republic||Single||Producer||Platinum|
|Monrose||"Push Up on Me"||Temptation||Starwatch/Warner Bros.||Album cut||Producer||Album 4× Platinum in Europe|
|Priyanka Chopra||"Don't Call It Love"||TBD||DesiHits/Interscope||TBD||Producer||Unreleased|
|Priyanka Chopra||"Universal Party Lover"||TBD||DesiHits/Interscope||TBD||Producer||Unreleased|
|Priyanka Chopra||"My Kinda Show"||TBD||DesiHits/Interscope||TBD||Producer||Unreleased|
|Priyanka Chopra||"Close to You"||TBD||DesiHits/Interscope||TBD||Producer||Unreleased|
|Ricki-Lee Coulter||"Being Human"||Ricki-Lee||Sony BMG (Australia)||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Ricki-Lee Coulter||"Vibe Is Right"||Ricki-Lee||Sony BMG (Australia)||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Tank||"If You Want It (Say Yes)"||TBD||Atlantic||Album cut||Producer||Unreleased|
|Tinashe||"Artificial People"||TBD||OFM||Single||Producer||None album single|
|Tynchy Stryder||"Famous"||Third Strike||Island/Universal||Album cut||Producer||-|
|Danity Kane||Damaged||-Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Justin Timberlake/Beyoncé||Until The End Of Time||Billboard Dance No. 20|
|Janet Jackson||Old School||-|
|Jessica Simpson||With You||-|
|Kylie Minogue||Slow||Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Britney Spears||Toxic||- Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Esthero||O.G. Bitch||Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Alanis Morissette||8 Easy Steps||-|
|Blu Cantrell||Make Me Wanna Shout||-|
|Tina Ann||Don't Want Another Man||Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Tina Ann||In My Dreams||- Billboard Dance No. 20|
|Tina Ann||Too Late||Billboard Dance No. 9|
|Kristine W||Save My Soul||Billboard Dance No. 1|
|Orange Factory||White Horse||Billboard Dance No. 10|
|Dolce||Fire||Billboard Dance No. 2|
OFM discovered British artist Jay Sean and helped to develop his sound, stage show, and story leading to a multi-album, multimillion-dollar record deal with Cash Money Records/Universal Republic. OFM then produced his internationally successful album My Own Way (No. 1 R&B Album on the UK Charts).
OFM produced and co-wrote the five times worldwide Billboard No. 1 single “Down” (Featuring Lil Wayne) as well as the second single, “Do You Remember” (featuring Sean Paul and Lil Jon), peaking at No. 10 on the Hot 100 and rapidly selling over a million units, itself. These two platinum selling singles charted in the Billboard top 10 and the Billboard hot 100 at the same time, which had not been accomplished by a male artist since 2003. OFM is currently involved with touring, sponsorships, TV appearances, and clothing lines with Jay Sean, as well.
Kiana Ledé is signed to Republic Records. Her first single is due in early 2017
Silverbridge Media is a music licensing and supervisor company. They have worked with MTV/Viacom on such shows as Room Raiders, Cribs, and Sweet 16. They have scored three mini-movies for Fabolous. In 2010, their writer/producer Jonathan "PerkyRain" Perkins won an Emmy for his documentary scoring work in 2010.
Orange Factory Publishing initiativesEdit
Orange Factory Music (under the name Orange Factory Repertoire) has a publishing JV with Primary Wave/BMG, for the producer/songwriter, Khaled Rohaim (a member of the production team Twice As Nice).
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