Rob Peters (September 11, 1987) is a Dutch producer, songwriter, and composer for film/media.
In recent years, he has achieved great success through his work with Bløf (Platinum for ‘Aan’) and Typhoon (Gold for ‘Lobi Da Basi’), and has worked on music for artists such as Ruben Annink, Kenny B, Rob Dekay, Freez, and Lakshmi.
Additionally, he composed music for international films including Kill Switch, Just Friends, the Golden Calf-nominated shorts Démontable and Voorfilm, and the fiction podcast series KwaadAardig, which earned him a Buma Music In Motion nomination.
Rob started as a guitarist in bands at a young age but quickly developed an interest in production, gradually venturing into electronic music and Dutch hip-hop. During that time, he was part of the hip-hop collective Fakkelteitgroep as a beatmaker, alongside Rico, Sticks, and Typhoon.
In 2013, he graduated as a producer from the Academy of Popular Culture and shortly after joined Typhoon’s live band, with whom he extensively toured for 7 years, performing at festivals such as Lowlands, Pinkpop, Sziget, De Vrienden van Amstel, and the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Currently, his focus lies in the studio, producing and writing pop songs and film music.