Simon Superti Wins Producer of the Year at the 2019 Grammis

2019 is set to be Simon Superti’s biggest year yet…

Written by Leni - February 11, 2019

Amuse artist Simon Superti has won the Producer of the Year award at the 2019 Grammis.

The multifaceted Swedish producer, rapper and artist took home the top gong for his work with Dani M and Z.E, who also won Artist of the Year at this year’s ceremony.

Born and raised in Uppsala, Sweden with roots from Italy, Simon Superti first began making music as a 12-year-old, playing in various groups in Sweden’s hip hop scene throughout high school.

Just a few years ago, Superti took his talent to the studio and began working with some of Europe’s most distinguished hip hop artists, including Z.E, Dani M, Adel, Biggie Juke and Parham.

Superti released his debut album “PRODOTTO” in 2018, before celebrating nine tracks on the Nordic region’s largest hip-hop playlist simultaneously — including collaborations with Z.E.

2019 is set to bet Simon Superti’s biggest year yet, with a number of new tracks on the way, including releases under his own artist name.

 Congratulations Simon!

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