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RoboPop

Robopop (or RoboPop) is the stage name for Daniel Omelio, a New York based producer and songwriter. He has collaborated with such artists as Ke$ha, Maroon 5 and Gym Class Heroes, as well as Lana Del Rey on her debut album Born to Die. Del Rey's hit song "Video Games" was produced by Omelio, and is notable for being the track that launched her into international success. Omelio does not have a songwriting credit on the song, and it's demo was produced by Justin Parker.

Work with Lana Del ReyEdit

Songs from Born to Die (2012):

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