Bogdan Osipenko, (born 25 Sept 1987), better known by his stage name BoGriLZ, is a Ukrainian-born musician, record producer, and mixing engineer. The genesis of his music career began following his graduation from NYC's Most Prestigious Audio School IAR. Also known as, the Institute of Audio Research. Additionally, he completed an internship at one of EMI's Publishing houses, Water Music Publishing. Water Music publishing won the 2008 ASCAP award for the most played record on the radio for Elliot Yamin, a Grammy nomination for "I Call It Love" by Lionel Richie, and in July 2011, an Emmy nomination for Lonely Island Jack Sparrow ft. Michael Bolton. After becoming part of the in-house production team, he saw his first found success with producer credits on songs like,
"Semicolon" The Lonely Island featuring Solange "The Wack Album" Released June 7, 2013, by Republic Records.
"Turn Up the Beef" (The Lonely Island featuring Emma Stone) from the movie Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping. An American Comedy film released on June 3, 2016, by Universal Pictures and grossing just over $9 million.
"Drop it" (Trevor Jackson featuring rapper B.o.B.) "New Thang Album" Released on Sep 24, 2013, by Atlantic.
"Twerk Don't Hurt" (Torion Sellers of YMCMB featuring Cash Out) Released on November 14, 2014, By RED Associated Labels, a division of Sony Music Entertainment.
"Rock! Rock! Rock!" (Taj Jackson) released by Manhattan Recordings on December 26, 2012.
After early success in the industry, he is now switching focus back to his lifelong passion for house music. Directing his efforts on mixing, mastering, and producing Beatport quality records. Taking influences from acts like Maceo Plex, MK, Dusky, Miguel Migs, and Dilby. BoGriLZ intends to bring something new to the scene as he continues to build on his prior success.