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Matthew Koma is a singer and songwriter hailing from Seaford, New York, U.S who was born on June 2nd 1987. Since debuting in 2010 he has become a true cult sensation who’s worked with everyone from Zedd to Bruce Springsteen.
Born in Brooklyn and raised in Long Island, New York, Matthew Koma was initially inspired by Elvis Costello and Bruce Springsteen to make punk rock music in his early teens. As time went on, he began getting into more mainstream styles of music like pop and hip-hop, and inspired by the ideals of the punk movement, began learning how to create music inspired by those sounds as well. By the time he hit his twenties he was well versed in creating nearly all forms of popular music, and was an experienced and talented songwriter in his own right. He began performing live around the open mic nights of New York City, wherever he was able to play, and it was during one of those shows that Jimmy Iovine heard his song “She” and decided to sign him to the record label that he co-founded, Interscope Records.
While his records haven’t seen the kind of commercial success that many of his peers have, he remains a respected figure in the music world. He has toured with everyone from Ellie Goulding to LMFAO, produced a track for Tiësto, and even has the seal of approval from genuine musical legends. Springsteen himself, one of Koma’s earliest and most lasting influences, released a Koma remix of his track “Rocky Ground”, and thanks to a Kia Motors commercial, Koma recorded a cover of The Miracles’ “Tracks Of My Tears” with Smokey Robinson looking on approvingly. Koma is barely half a decade into his music career, and with this much experience and praise, he’s going to do great things in the very near future. For that, he comes highly recommended.