Nick Lee is a Chinese/Japanese-American producer, songwriter, composer and trombonist. Born and raised in Los Angeles, CA, Nick studied jazz trombone at Juilliard, and has performed with legendary greats such as Wynton Marsalis, Christian McBride, and Bill Charlap. Having received several revered young jazz artist awards, Nick chose to change his path by returning home to L.A. in pursuit of his passion for music production.
Since then, Nick has established himself as a rising talent in Pop production/songwriting. Signed by Scooter Braun to Atlas Music Publishing, Nick has been in the studio collaborating with the likes of Lil Nas X (Columbia), CL (Very Cherry), Stray Kids (JYP Ent.), Poo Bear, Social House (Republic), PRETTYMUCH (Columbia), and Demi Lovato (Island).
Recent singles co-written/produced by Nick, include Lil Nas X’s “Industry Baby” (Columbia), Audrey Mika’s “Excuses” (RCA), Gunnar Gehl’s “Good Enough” (Big Machine), Dillon Francis’ “You Do You” and “Touch” (Mad Decent), BabyJake’s “Blue Cellophone” and “239” (Republic), BabyJake + Bipolar Sunshine’s “Funny Thing About Love”, and Rachel Platten’s comeback single “Soldiers,” which was featured in a CBS network promo ad. He also co-wrote/produced "Sunshine” by K-pop group Stray Kids, for their album Clé: Levante, which debuted as the #1 iTunes album in 18 countries.
In 2020, Nick also began composing for Television; his work will be featured in the new television comedy series Grand Crew (NBC/Universal), which is slated to premiere in the Fall 2021, and in new mockumentary series Welcome To Flatch (Lionsgate/Fox), which is set to premiere as part of Fox’s mid-season programming in early 2022.