At the age of just 17, Chicago native Daniel Loumpouridis reached a major career milestone as the co-writer and co-producer of Louis The Child’s breakout single, “It’s Strange (ft. K.Flay)”. The record garnered millions of streams and multiple features including placements on the FIFA 16 soundtrack, Netflix’s hit show Dear White People, and a national Nissan automotive ad campaign. Loumpouridis earned endorsements from the likes of Taylor Swift, T-Pain and Lorde for the song which soon became a certified gold record, currently with 75 million streams on Spotify.
"It's Strange" featured in Nissan's national ad campaign
In college, Daniel discovered his knack for developing up-and-coming artists when the first EP he produced for a peer caught the ear of Ricky Reed and his label, Nice Life Records. His production and co-writing work for another fellow student, indie singer ZOLA, landed the young songstress a deal with KIDinaKORNER/Universal after her debut EP, Everything I Know, was discovered by Grammy nominated producer/label owner Alex Da Kid (Rihanna/Imagine Dragons/Eminem).
Shortly after graduation, Loumpouridis stepped forward with his own creative projects. As an independent artist, he grew his audience organically with over 4 million total plays on SoundCloud and Spotify. The debut EP of his side project, Loom:ngs, received worldwide in-store playlisting from H&M while garnering accolades from indie tastemakers like the UK's Neon Music, evangelizing the project as "an album that blurs the lines of what music can be... a deep kind of poetic justice as detailed as a delicate painting". This project also spurred the impromptu co-sign from Wyclef pictured on the right.
Most recently, he scored the Netflix series Harvey Girls and co-wrote the title track for Nick Leng's debut LP, LEMONS, which has already amassed over 2 million streams on Spotify.
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Whether he is working on his own artistry or taking on the many roles of musician, producer, musical director, writer and arranger for others, Daniel Loumpouridis continually brings his powerfully progressive aesthetic, both behind the board and in front of it.
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