|Also known as||R!OT|
|Born||5 March 1994|
|Origin||Los Angeles, California|
|Labels||Sony, Universal, S.M. Entertainment|
Michael Everett Wyckoff (born March 5, 1994), also known by his stage name R!OT, is an American record producer, film composer, and instrumentalist from Los Angeles, California. He co-produced the single "Diamond" on EXO's The War with Harvey Mason Jr. which has been certified platinum; he also worked with with Mason on Pitch Perfect 3, contributing to the soundtrack and programming Anna Kendrick's onscreen launchpad performance.
As R!OT, he has done many official remixes which have been released on Sony and Universal, including his remix of Daya's "Sit Still, Look Pretty", which was featured in The New York Times, as well as a remix of Aaron Carter's "Sooner or Later", and Christina Grimmie's "Invisible", among others. His song "Rinse It" was featured in the film Moms' Night Out. Wyckoff's YouTube channel "riotedm" has over 270,000 subscribers and his performance videos utilizing the Novation Launchpad have millions of views. In 2015, he was asked by Toyota to create original music using only sounds recorded at their production facilities for their Gifony campaign.
- "EXO's "The War" Becomes Their Best-Selling Album With Almost 1.6 Million Copies Sold | Soompi". www.soompi.com. Retrieved 2018-02-16.
- Pitch Perfect 3 (2017), retrieved 2018-02-16
- Timmy Kusnierek. "Daya - Sit Still, Look Pretty (R!OT Remix)". YourEDM. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
- Jon Pareles; Ben Ratliff; Jon Caramanica; Nate Chinen. "10 Fall Pop and Jazz Albums (and One Festival) You Shouldn't Miss". The New York Times. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
- Yousef Zee. "Sooner or Later (R!OT Remix)". EDM.com. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
- "Invisible (Remixes)". iTunes.
- "R!OT & Patrick John Lu take it back to the 80s for "Wake Up to the Music" - EARMILK". EARMILK. 2017-12-01. Retrieved 2018-02-16.
- "Featured artist: R!OT". melodics.com. Retrieved 2017-07-19.
- "R!OT Plays with car sounds".
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