“Omega” (born August 17, 1988) is an American record producer and songwriter in Los Angeles. Omega was born in Aurora, Illinois and attended Columbia College of Chicago majoring in Audio Arts and Acoustics. He began making beats for local rappers using FL Studio while developing his skills for producing records and collaborating with local songwriters. 

As a producer and writer specializing in a variety of genres from Pop Punk to Hip Hop to R&B to Bounce, Omega landed his first major placement  after co-producing/co-writing Fall Out Boy’s comeback hit “Centuries” which has since been certified 4x Platinum by the RIAA and earned him a BMI award. He has co-produced Iggy Azalea’s singles “Team”, “Boom Boom” ft. Zedd and “Flash” ft. Mike Posner. He produced  “Induction Speech” on Young Money’s album “Rise of an Empire” showcasing Lil Wayne's newest protege “Euro”. He has executive produced two Big Freedia EPs “3rd Ward Bounce” and “Louder” featuring songs “Karaoke” ft. Lizzo and “Chasing Rainbows” ft. Kesha. In 2019 Omega earned his first Grammy nomination for his production on Chloe x Halle’s “Down” which was released on Beyonce’s label Parkwood Entertainment.

On the pop side he has co-written/produced Daya’s “Talk”, “Love of My Life” and “Alright” on her debut album Sit Still Look Pretty. Most recently he co-produced Kesha’s single “Raising Hell” ft. Big Freedia and co-produced Steve Aoki - “2 In A Million” ft. Sting and Shaed; both collaborations a testament to his versatility and genre bending history.

He is currently focused on shaping the sound for rising and established stars alike - working with artists such as Black Atlass, DeathbyRomy, Kiiara, Soaky Siren, CYN, Blackbear, Smrtdeath,  Lil Uzi Vert, Jason Derulo, Jesse St. John and many more.