DJ Fest - Mamita's Beach Club
From the influential Dutch circuit to his place at the forefront
of global dance music, R3HAB now stands for a brand everyone can
sink their teeth into. Catapulted into the limelight courtesy of
a string of successful original material and remixes, his is a
stamp of quality recognized on club floors, festival stages and
the digital market alike. Sporting an agenda for big sounds with
melodic stamina, 2016 marks another year in which Holland’s hottest
export is dropping anchor on every corner of the globe.
With over 218+million Soundcloud streams, 140+million Spotify streams, and 43+ million video views, the heavyweight producer balanced chart topping original material as well as a collaborative spot on Calvin Harris’s Motion album. Remixing everyone from Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Calvin Harris and John Legend along the way, R3HAB remained a beacon as to where evolving artists could adapt and engage new and exciting territory whilst staying true to the dance floor.
An integral element of this reliable brand can still be found on the club floor, but R3HAB’s live experience has found further room to excel and engage. After playing to over 2million fans in 2015 and a prime slot at Coachella, 2016 marks another landmark in the globetrotting DJ’s playbook, with further global festival action complimenting a staggering international tour schedule throughout the year ahead. With plenty of landmark musical artillery to come throughout the year, there are no signs of the Dutch heavyweight hitting the brakes anytime soon. Where future proofing an experience for the masses without compromising on the energy is concerned, R3HAB has all bases covered.
DJ Fest - Artists
From the influential Dutch circuit to his place at the forefront of global dance music, R3HAB now stands for a brand everyone can sink ...
Having written and produced hits for the likes of Kylie Minogue, Ke$ha, The PussyCat Dolls, Afrojack, Steve Aoki and Miley Cyrus ...
Her latest single “Opium” was launched by the swiss label Sirup Music and received support from Morgan Page and Danny Ávila.