Jules Wolfson

CEO at Nexus Music

Nexus Music
Jules Wolfson

By being awarded more than 150 gold and platinum certifications, Jules Wolfson has proven to be one of Denmark's most successful record producers and music executives. His releases have resulted in 7 Danish Music Awards (the Danish equivalent of The Grammy), 5 Danish DeeJay Awards, and numerous nominations.

In addition to producing number 1 releases more than 20 times in Denmark, he has also reached the American Billboard chart several times.

In 2001, he founded the famous production and record company Nexus Music, which has developed and produced award-winning artists, songwriters and producers at home and abroad.

Jules Wolfson has developed and produced Denmark's best-selling domestic pop group ever (Nik & Jay), Denmark's biggest club hit ever (Joey Moe), and the youngest artist to win the prestigious Danish Music Award (Cisilia).

Jules Wolfson's music has been highly ranked on Danish radio for several consecutive years. In 2011, together with Nik & Jay, Jules Wolfson received IFPI's Prize of Honor, and in 2015 he received awards from the songwriting and composers' association DPA for writing and producing "Hit of the Year”.

Jules Wolfson has written songs and produced music with international artists such as J. Holiday, Massari, Usher, Ne-Yo, R. City, Emilia, and Timbaland, resulting in positions on the US Billboard 200 chart.

Jules Wolfson has also signed, developed and produced the Danish platinum-selling artists Alex, Ankerstjerne, and Sisse Marie. His work with Sisse Marie was distinguished by reaching number 1 on the Danish sales chart and by being the 8th most watched music video in the world on YouTube on the day of the release.

Takes part in

Jun, 17 2:00 PM PDT
Big Ideas Stage
Panel Discussion

Record Labels in the New Music Economy

  • IPO: how to take the maximum out of the music industry at its peak
  • Are label deals the only path to becoming a global superstar
  • Navigating the turbulent ecosystem: how do record companies keep their power position in the music industry
  • Breaking the US dominance: are labels’ doors open for everyone