Music Executive, Producer and Songwriter // Co-founder and CEO of GL Music Entertainment A/S
Lasse Lindorff started his musical career in the 1980´s. At the age of 9 he began playing the guitar and became singer in a boy band that had a lot of success. He started living off music at the age of 17 and has played over 1500 concerts with many great artists all over the world.
Lasse Lindorff has worked, written and produced songs for artists such as Ella Eyre (UK), Super Junior (Korea), Christopher (DK), Lemar (UK), TVXQ/Tohoshinki (Korea), Namie Amuro (Japan), Sanne Salomonsen, SHINee (Korea), EXO (Korea), DJ Antoine (Germany), Blasterjaxx (NL), Lee Ryan (UK), Benjamin Ingrosso (SE), and X-Factor winners and many more.
Credits include big western and asien popstars as well as executive production and co-writing of Danish pop star Christopher at Warner Music, including 4 platinum awarded singles and album. Lindorff also co-wrote/co-produced the No. 1 Billboard Japan singles “Neonlight Lipstick” and “Strike A Pose” for Japanese superstar Namie Amuro and co-wrote “Bizarre Beat” for the dutch DJ Blasterjaxx.
In 2013 Lasse Lindorff was the Music Executive on the Danish TV format MENTOR, which won the Cannes TV Award “Best-Reality-Competition”. Since the beginning of 2014 he has been the TV Music Executive at the internationally known Talpa and Voice Junior in Denmark for 7 seasons incl. other tv show.
In 2014 he co-wrote the Danish entry for Eurovision Song Contest with the no. 1 hit song “Cliche Love Song” with Basim that was also release on GL Music’s label. The song reached no.10 in the eurovision finals and became one of the most radio air-played eurovision songs that year in many countries.
Lasse Lindorff has not been an active songwriter and producer since 2015-2016 but is still being brought in sometimes to help out when he’s expertise is needed. Now he runs the business side of GL Music Entertainment A/S as the CEO of the company.
In 2023 he charted again at #2 on the Japanesse Orion Chart and Billboard Japan with The Rampage and the song “Bionic” that he co-wrote and -produced back in 2011. The song found it’s way to the Japanesse boyband in 2022 and they asked if the could release the track in May 2023 selling over 200.000 physical singles in Japan alone.