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$250 Million

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Karl Martin Sandberg was born on the 26th February 1971, in Stockholm, Sweden. He is a music producer and song writer well known under the name of Max Martin. He became famous after his songs written for ‘N Sync, Britney Spears and Backstreet Boys became top hits, such that Max won the ASCAP award as the Songwriter of the Year in 2015. Max Martin has been accumulating his net worth being active in the music industry since 1985.

How rich is this producer/song writer? Sources estimate that the overall amount of Max Martin’s net worth is as much as $250 million, accumulated over more than 30 years as a music producer and song writer.

Max Martin Net Worth $250 Million

Max Martin was raised in Stenhamra, Ekerö Municipality, a suburb of Stockholm. While studying at high school, he attended the public music education program and was the vocalist in a number of bands. As a result, Max Martin dropped out of school with the view of pursuing a career in music which later added lots of money to the total size of his net worth.

Martin started working for Cheiron Studios in 1993. After learning some basics, he co-wrote with PoP the song “Wish You Were Here” (1994) for the Rednex, which became a hit across virtually the whole Europe. The two successfully created songs for the studio album “The Bridge” (1995), which has sold more than seven million copies around the world. After other outstanding songs, Martin started collaborating with Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys and Celine Dion. He has written a number of hits like “..Baby One More Time” (1998), “(You Drive Me) Crazy” (1999), “Oops!… I Did It Again” (2000), “I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman” (2002), and produced the albums “Blackout” (2007) and “Femme Fatale” (2011) for Britney.

Max Martin has also written and produced many songs for The Backstreet Boyz, including the legendary singles “I Want It That Way” (1999), “Shape of My Heart” (2000), and the album “Never Gone” (2005). Collaboration with Celine Dion resulted with “That’s the Way It Is” (1999), the promotion of the albums “All the Way… A Decade of Song” (1999) and “One Heart” (2003). All these efforts have added to Max’s net worth.

In addition, Max Martin has worked with many other artists including Cheiron Studios, Kelly Clarkson (the winner of American Idol), the Norwegian singer Marion Raven, Pink, Avril Lavigne, Jessie J, Katy Perry, Christina Aguilera, Taylor Swift, Ellie Goulding, Tori Kelly among others. All the above mentioned collaborations with numbers of artists significantly increased the net worth of Max Martin. In fact, he has written and produced (most of them) 20 Billboard Hot 100 songs, which became top hits and currently is the third songwriter having the most top hit singles (after Paul McCartney who has 32 and John Lennon – 26). Again, his net worth benefited considerably.

Max is the mentor of many high powered songwriters, including Shellback, Dr. Luke and Savan Kotecha. Max won Swedish Dance Music Awards (1996) and Swedish Grammis Award (1997). He has been named the Songwriter of the Year by ASCAP eight times (1999 – 2001, 2011 – 2015). Martin is the winner of Grammy Award as the Producer of the Year (2015). Once again his net worth rose significantly.

Finally, in the personal life of Max Martin, he likes to keep it very private, but it is only known that he is married to Doris, and they have a daughter.


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Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of the Year · Taylor Swift (artist/producer)
· Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Mattias Larsson (producer)
· Robin Fredriksson (producer)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· Shellback (producer)
· Ryan Tedder (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Noel Zancanella (producer)
· Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2016 HMMA Award Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) Best Original Song - Animated Film Trolls (2016) · Justin Timberlake (music, lyrics, and performed by)
· Shellback (music and lyrics by)
· Anna Kendrick (performed by)
2016 HMMA Award Hollywood Music In Media Awards (HMMA) Best Original Song - Sci-Fi/Fantasy Film Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) · Pink (music, lyrics, and performed by)
· Shellback (music and lyrics by)
· Oscar Holter (music and lyrics by)
2015 Grammy Grammy Awards Producer of the Year (Non-Classical)
2003 Razzie Award Razzie Awards Worst Original Song Crossroads (2002) · Rami Yacoub
· Dido

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2017 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Original Song - Motion Picture Trolls (2016) · Justin Timberlake
· Shellback
2016 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Original Song - Motion Picture Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) · Savan Kotecha
· Ali Payami
· Ilya Salmanzadeh
· Tove Lo (as Tove Nilsson)
2016 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Original Song Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) · Savan Kotecha
· Ali Payami
· Ilya Salmanzadeh
· Tove Lo
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Record of the Year · Taylor Swift (artist)
· Shellback (producer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Record of the Year · The Weeknd (artist)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of the Year · Taylor Swift (artist/producer)
· Jack Antonoff (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Nathan Chapman (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Imogen Heap (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Mattias Larsson (producer)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· Shellback (producer)
· Ryan Tedder (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Noel Zancanella (producer)
· Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Song of the Year · Taylor Swift (artist/songwriter)
· Shellback (songwriter)
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Song Written for Visual Media Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) · Ellie Goulding (artist)
· Savan Kotecha (songwriter)
· Tove Lo (songwriter)
· Ali Payami (songwriter)
· Ilya Salmanzadeh (songwriter)
2016 Grammy Grammy Awards Album of the Year · The Weeknd (artist/producer)
· Lana Del Rey (featured artist)
· Labrinth (featured artist/producer)
· Ed Sheeran (featured artist)
· Mike Dean (producer)
· Mano (producer)
· Stephan Moccio (producer)
· Illangelo (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Ali Payami (producer)
· The Pope (producer)
· DaHeala (producer/engineer/mixer)
· Peter Svensson (producer)
· Kanye West (producer)
· Jay Paul Bicknell (engineer/mixer)
· Mattias Bylund (engineer/mixer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· Noah Goldstein (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engine
2016 HFCS Award Houston Film Critics Society Awards Best Original Song Fifty Shades of Grey (2015) · Savan Kotecha
· Ilya Salmanzadeh
· Tove Lo
· Ali Payami
2016 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Original Song Trolls (2016) · Justin Timberlake
· Shellback
2015 Grammy Grammy Awards Song of the Year · Shellback (songwriter)
· Taylor Swift (songwriter)
2015 Grammy Grammy Awards Record of the Year · Taylor Swift (artist)
· Shellback (producer)
· Serban Ghenea (engineer/mixer)
· John Hanes (engineer/mixer)
· Sam Holland (engineer/mixer)
· Michael Ilbert (engineer/mixer)
· Tom Coyne (mastering engineer)
2014 Grammy Grammy Awards Song of the Year · Cirkut (Songwriter)
· Lukasz Gottwald (Songwriter)
· Bonnie McKee (Songwriter)
· Katy Perry (Songwriter)
2013 Grammy Grammy Awards Record of the Year · Shellback (Producer)
· Taylor Swift (Producer)
· Serban Ghenea (Engineer/Mixer)
· Tom Coyne (Mastering Engineer)
2003 Razzie Award Razzie Awards Worst Original Song Crossroads (2002) · Rami Yacoub


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#Fact
1 Is a songwriter from the famous Cheiron studio in Stockholm, Sweden.
2 Has written songs for Backstreet Boys, *NSYNC, Britney Spears, Westlife, Five and others


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