Hit songwriter and producer Ben Johnson is signed to a joint publishing venture with Nashville-
based Tape Room Music and LA-based APG. Johnson, who calls Nashville home, is also
signed to Stoney Creek Records/BBR with his band Track45 with his two sisters, Jenna and KK.
Originally from Meridian, Mississippi, Johnson grew up with aspirations to pursue a music
career in Nashville. Since signing his first publishing deal in 2019 with Tape Room and APG,
Johnson has landed cuts across genres, from Justin Timberlake, Meek Mill, Diplo, Weezer, and
David Guetta, to Morgan Wallen, HARDY, Thomas Rhett, and more. Johnson has earned 7
number-one singles including Dierks Bentley’s “Gone,” Parmalee’s “Take My Name,” and Dylan
Scott’s “New Truck.” In 2021, Johnson’s co-written #1 song “One of Them Girls,” performed by
Lee Brice, had an unprecedented sweep across ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC for Country Song of
The Year. He ended the 2022 season as Music Row’s #6 Songwriter of 2022. His latest
releases include Morgan Wallen, Russell Dickerson, HARDY, Elle King, and more.
Number One Songs:
“Take My Name” - Parmalee “One Of Them Girls” - Lee Brice “New Truck” - Dylan Scott “Best Thing Since Backroads” - Jake Owen “All My Favorite Songs” - Weezer “Gone” - Dierks Bentley “Beers On Me” - Dierks Bentley, HARDY, Breland