Enjoying artistic freedom afforded only an elite few, Fedde Le Grand is a masterful pioneer of electronica, considered
by countless fans and artists as one of the single most defining figures in House music. Whether as DJ or producer,
Fedde’s influence can be felt throughout the electronic landscape; his creative beats, grooves, melodies and rhythms
surround us all and have done so for many years. He’s been credited countless awards and remixed the biggest artists
around – from Coldplay, Madonna, will.i.am, Robbie Williams, Everything But The Girl, and Fatboy Slim, to Shakira,
Rihanna, Mariah Carey, Faithless, and his own all-time musical inspiration Michael Jackson. He’s featured the top half
of the acclaimed DJ Mag Top 100 for well over a decade and has just returned to an incredible #22 after first entering
at the same position all the way back in 2007. Le Grand is here, to stay.
When it comes to solo records it was the seminal electro track ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’ that not only brought
Le Grand to global attention, but breathed fresh life into a stagnant house scene. Dubbed by many as the “Saviour of
House”, it soon became evident that the Dutchman was no one-trick pony. Amongst others, tracks like ‘The Creeps’,
‘Let Me Think About It’, ‘Back ‘N Forth’, ‘Metrum’, ‘So Much Love’ and ‘Sparks (Turn Off Your Mind)’, have established
him as one of the most exciting and consistent talents around, demonstrating his effortless ability to move seamlessly
between huge mainstream success and edgier, underground sounds.
His already impressive musical resume just kept building with titles like ‘Long Way From Home’, ‘Rockin’ N’ Rollin’,
‘No Good’, ‘Where We Belong’ and 'Don't Give Up', to more recent additions like ‘Love’s Gonna Get You’, ‘Keep On
Rising’, ‘Coco’s Miracle’ and a little trip down memory lane with miss Ida Corr joining next to Shaggy on ‘Firestarter‘
as well as the massive ‘Let Me Think About It’ Celebration rework.
While enough to dazzle many, both of his albums ‘Output’ (2009) and ‘Something Real’ (2016) include even more
smash titles like ‘Cinematic’, ‘Feel Good’, ‘Give Me Some’ and the massive ‘Rhythm Of The Night’. Establishing him as
one of the foremost creative forces in electronic music, Le Grand shows no signs of slowing down. Kicking off 2018
with the releases of ‘Bump ‘N Shake’, ‘Monsta’, ‘You Got Me Runnin’, ‘Flex’ featuring General Levy, ‘Hit The Club’,