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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA–(Marketwired – Feb. 9, 2015) – ole and ole songwriter Timbaland took home the GRAMMY Award for Best R&B Song at last night’s 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards ceremony for Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love” featuring Jay Z. Timbaland was part of the songwriting team behind the hit track, which is certified Platinum and reached the #2 spot on the Billboard […]
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA--(Marketwired - Feb. 9, 2015) - ole and ole songwriter Timbaland took home the GRAMMY Award for Best R&B Song at last night's 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards ceremony for Beyoncé's "Drunk in Love" featuring Jay Z. Timbaland was part of the songwriting team behind the hit track, which is certified Platinum and reached the #2 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. It's the second Best R&B Song GRAMMY in a row for ole and Timbaland, who also co-wrote and produced last year's winner, "Pusher Love Girl" by Justin Timberlake.
"This is well-deserved for Timbaland, and we congratulate him on his fourth overall GRAMMY Award," said Robert Ott, Chairman and CEO of ole. "With 'Drunk in Love,' Timbaland continues to redefine production and songwriting in the modern era."
Timbaland also co-wrote several additional songs on Beyoncé's Double Platinum self-titled album, which was nominated for the GRAMMY for Album of the Year. Timbaland's other contributions include the Platinum-certified Top 40 hit "Partition" as well as "Blow," "Rocket," and "Grown Woman."
ole is no stranger to the GRAMMY Awards, having previously won Best Country Song in 2010 for Taylor Swift's "White Horse," which was co-written by ole legacy songwriter Liz Rose. ole was also associated with 10 additional nominations last year, including Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Collaboration for Jay Z's "Holy Grail" featuring Timberlake and Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album for Michael Bublé's To Be Loved, which includes the hit song "After All" co-written by Jim Vallance during his time with ole. The company was also nominated for Best Country Song in 2012 for Eric Church's signature song "Springsteen," which was co-written by ole legacy songwriter Ryan Tyndell.
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