The huge energy of Swedish DJ/producer Salvatore Ganacci’s now found represented on every corner of the globe. Having garnered millions of streams and landmark international shows courtesy of his hard hitting and experimental sound, his fusion of big room, dancehall and modern pop music has separated this high octane performer from his Swedish contemporaries in a big way.
“Be yourself and work hard.” That’s Bosnian-born Swedish music producer and DJ Salvatore Ganacci’s advice for anyone looking to make it in the industry. It can’t be denied that Salvatore is practicing what he preaches.
In a short space of time, he’s achieved a huge amount thanks to his originality and true musical integrity.
Salvatore’s reputation continues to go from strength to strength. He has previously collaborated, as an executive producer and songwriter, on several well-known projects – under his own name and different pseudonyms too.
For Salvatore, a lot started with ‘Fresh’ – a track written alongside Major Lazer’s Jillionaire in 2014 that set the tone for his future projects.
With releases across the likes of Refune & Mad Decent. Salvatore’s debut Refune/Warner Music single ‘Dive’ alongside Enya and Alex Aris has been streamed more than 13 m times on Spotify alone, the track received huge international tastemaker attention, peaking at number 15 on Billboard’s dance charts and scoring an official collaborative remix from Sebastian Ingrosso as well.
2017 saw one of the most illuminating runs of solo material from Salvatore Ganacci to date, such as the songs Talk , Ride It with Sebastian Ingrosso ft Bunji Garlin and Way Back Home. Salvatore ended 2017 with the song Imagine released on Martin Garrix label SMPD Records. 2018 already saw him Release Motorspeed 300 KM/H together with Sanjin, Jook It together with Tujamo and Richie Loop on the vocal and the latest release with upcoming Trinidad star Nailah Blackman – Kill A Soundboy.
There’s still plenty of time in 2018 for Salvatore Ganacci to show us exactly what he’s capable of with a current Asia tour - 22 shows in 22 days not done by any foreign artist before. The fall is lining up with more new releases of music both solo and artist collaborations.
Following his appearance at Ultra Music Festival in Miami earlier this year and his set from Tomorrowland in July 2018, Salvatore’s uniquely energetic style of performance spread like wildfire on social media and the internet and If you haven’t seen videos of him busting moves behind the decks, where have you been? When asked about the reaction he gets when he performs, he said, “It’s nice, because I’m just being myself.”