Justin Gray is a Canadian born, Los Angeles based songwriter and record producer, who over the past 12 years has sold more than 22 million records world-wide.
Justin’s extraordinary credits include British soul sensation Joss Stone (Virgin), Spice Girl Emma Bunton (Universal), Disney Channel Superstar Mitchel Musso, Multi-Platinum UK artist Alex Parks (Polydor), Tyler James (Island Def Jam), High School Musical’s Drew Seeley, Camprock’s Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, as well as The Three Graces (Decca/Universal), Sara Paxton (Walt Disney), Elodie Frege (Mercury), TiffanyEvans (Columbia), Jacksoul (SonyBMG), and Esthero (Sony/550) just to name a few. Currently Abused Romance (produced and co-written by Justin and mixed by Randy Staub) has cracked top 40 on the Active Rock charts in the US.
Justin’s songs have appeared in countless television shows like BeverlyHills 90210, Modern Family, Hannah Montana, Make It or Break It, MTV’s The Real World: Hollywood, Las Vegas, Burn Notice, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Degrassi “The Next Generation.” His music has also been featured in films such as Letters To Juliet, Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Legally Blondes, Soulplane, Bounce, and Jacob Two-Two meets the Hooded Fang. He has won a Genie Award (Canada’s equivalent to the Oscar) for his song “One Thing To Say” which won Best song.
He has been nominated for 17 Juno Awards (Canada’s version of the Grammy’s). Most notably alongside Daniel Lanois for ‘Producer of the Year’ for his work on Sugar Jones’ single “Days Like That.” “Days Like That” was the fastest rising debut song by a debut artist in the history of Canadian radio. He has even composed music for ABC, Michelob, Budweiser, AT&T, LG, and KFC.