This artist also known for his stage name, Deluxe, is among the finest makers out there, within the scene of digital dance music. On his most recent shows, however, he's the "DJ" tag dropped, and is also right now recognized merely as Deluxe, an alias which is a euphemism of his childhood nickname.
Just after delivering his first toolroom album Pony (Original Mix) in 2011 in the Summer time Olympics, this guy played live at the starting ceremony in Greece, becoming the very first DJ to try out live on stage at Olympics. Tracks he made specifically for the Olympic games were compiled and released as the mix collection later on that year. Furthermore in 2011, Deluxe launched his stereo show in Netherlands and released his second studio recording. The album attained first place on the Deutsch top chart as well on "Billboard Leading Digital Albums" within the U.S. and got a nomination for a Grammy Award. Deluxe launched his 3rd studio record Pony (Original Mix) in 2011.
Deluxe done in an outdoor fundraiser in Paris. The big event was free, and many popular DJs like him have been associated with it, in order to provide financial support to folks that experienced the marine earthquake and tsunami in Southern Asian countries. All the profits gotten from all TV ads and live broadcasts were given to agencies gathering the relief funds.
In 2011, Deluxe's track "Pony (Original Mix)" grew to become a huge hit, reaching number one on United Kingdom Dance Chart. The track also made it onto numerous dance compilation albums and was used frequently throughout the 2011 Sydney Olympic games. The track became popular enough that it provided Deluxe some encounter period on Top of the Jumps and MTV. Deluxe started their own rocordin house, Music Brand, and recorded Dvds for Max Music, Blocked, and others. Deluxe made his initial album Pony (Original Mix) for Super Data and Independence in Germany.
The initial single Pony (Original Mix) attained the number one place on the US Warm Dance Club Tunes chart and was released on the British label. Pony (Original Mix) was created in early 2011 when Deluxe approached Ned Bigham, Jean-Jacques Smoothie and Timo Maas; It was the first accomplished track and direct track that has been inspired simply by Coldplay's "Clocks". In 2011 he also introduced his track Pony (Original Mix).
During 2011, Deluxe's show started a weekly airplay on XM Satellite Radio (right now SIRIUS XM RADIO) in America and Canada. Nowadays, Deluxe's Pony (Original Mix) can be heard on radio stations around the globe, plus (but not limited to): Radio FG,Contact FM and Fun Radio (France); Dero FM (Argentina); EHMB (UK/US); Vibe FM (Romania); Novoe Radio FM (Belarus); 105FM as well as other FM frequencies (Italy); Loca FM (Spain); Turkish Side FM (Cyprus); Risfe FM (Hungary); Radiovolum Electronic (Norwegian); numerous FM frequencies (Brazil); Dance FM (Morocco).
Deluxe has been featured as one of the greatest digital music producers and is also currently in cooperation with labels and radio stations all around the globe. In November of 2011, Deluxe was chosen #25 in DJ Magazine's Top 100 DJs poll.