Darren Martyn

Genres: Dance, Pop


Darren Martyn is a London based multi-talented singer, songwriter and “multi-platinum selling” record producer.

He signed his first publishing deal in 2004, going strength to strength during that period working with some highly awarded producers, writers and artists all over the world. Some of his UK collaborations include Tinie Tempah, Ironik, Kele Le Roc, Shola Ama and many more. In the UK Darren was mostly recognized for writing Sadie Ama’s ‘Fallin’ (Ministry Of  Sound), writing and producing Fugative’s ground-breaking record ‘Summertime’ (GUT Records), Darren Martyn ft Tinie Tempah ‘My Girl’ (DMP), Denzee ft Lucy Danielle ‘Sorry Part 2’and Sadie Ama’s ‘Those Were The Days’ ft Bashy (Island/Universal).

In 2009 Darren had his first break in Japan producing Shinee’s Korean No.1 hit ‘Keeping Love Again’ (EMI), Yuka Masaki’s Japan top 10 hit ‘Change Myself’ and penned records for many other Asia acts such as Crystal Kay, W‑inds, Kat Tun, Super Junior, only to name a few. Darren’s major releases in Japan and Korea has gone in to double figures and still growing.

Most recently, Darren co-wrote UK girl group M.O’s single ‘Dance On My Own’, which hit all major radio and TV stations nationwide and has been nominated for a 2014 MOBO Award.

In 2014, Darren signed with Bucks Music Group and formed a relationship that will build upon the fruitful career he has worked so very hard to achieve thus far.