Early Years The producer's real name is Kenneth Osberg Nilsen; originally from Bamble, Norway, he was heavily influenced by hip-hop music and interested in the technical side of music. At fourteen, he learned how to create music via FL Studio and worked hard to perfect his craft. Keosni391 was his stage name; he later broke it down to "K-391." Musical Journey/Career The song "Electro House 2012" propelled high on social media platforms, illuminating his name and giving the producer some credibility on the electronic music circuit. Creating uptempo and midtempo beats with stimulating synths and catchy rhythms, songs such as "Gypsy" & "C'mon" have demonstrated his creativity. "Fantastic & Summertime" are two examples of tracks which elevated online. Teaming up with British/Norwegian producer Allan Walker, they were inspired by each other's works. Their single "Ignite" with Julie Bergan & Seungri on vocals reached 200 million plays on Spotify. The energizing track peaked in the top ten in Belgium, Finland, and Poland and hit the number 1 spot in Norway. The song went 3x platinum. Allan and Nilsen continued working together, creating the song "Play" with Tungevaag and, in 2018, "Mystery," a song with Wycliffe Jean on vocals. As an artist, K391 has produced for gaming, electronics, film & technology, developing a skill for creating music for various areas. In 2019, the producer performed "Ignite "with Julie Bergan at "The Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony" in Oslo. Starting his career working with the British Label, "NoCopyrightSounds," his other releases have gone through NCS MER Liquid State Son.