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Nicky Romero

Nicky Romero, born on January 6th,1989, grew up in a small city called Amerongen in the Netherlands and lived in Kingston, Canada for a few years. He moved to Kingston, Ontario, Canada, for a year, and later moved back to the Netherlands to continue his education. Nicky hit the first snare drum at the age of six and started playing drums in a fanfare. After playing a year or three, he was asked to play in a group who had acts on the streets and big events. At the age of twelve he got his first set of drums and after three years of playing drums every day and night, he swapped them for turntables.

 

How did he get started?

 

Nicky hits the first snare drum at the age of six and started playing drums in a fanfare. After playing a year or three, he’d been asked to play in a huge group who had acts on street and big events. Though it seemed fun, it wasn’t enough for small Nicky. At the age of twelve, he got is first set of drums and started practicing. After three years of playing drums everyday and night, it was enough and he changed the drums for turntables.

 

After graduating, he started producing music. After hours of practicing, he got his first label called “Once Records”, which would release the tracks: Privilege & QWERTY.

 

These day’s almost every high rated DJ has a few Romero records in his bag, which remixes for Ian Carey, Dirty South, David Vendetta, Sidney Samson this DJ has left his mark in the house scene. He just finished his new track “Nicky Romero – My Friend” which reaches 4 at Beatport Overal Chart and 1 at Beatport Progressive Chart. Supported by Tiesto, Axwell, SHM, Mark Knight, Funkagenda, Fedde le Grand & more!

 

Soaring Success

 

2011 saw Romero release plenty of remixes such as Where Them Girls At by David Guetta featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj, What A Feeling by Alex Gaudino featuring Kelly Rowland, Stronger by Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick featuring Shawnee Taylor, Where Is The Love by Eddie Thoneick and Rockin’ High by Ben Liebrand.

 

In 2012, Romero recorded “Toulouse” which became a mainstay. MTV named him an EDM artist to watch in 2012. His popularity has risen in recent years, and he has attained a joint residency with David Guetta at party hot spot Ibiza for the summer of 2012.

 

He then collaborated with Swedish DJ/ Producer, Avicii, to produce the highly anticipated single “I Could be the One” which became a massive success across Europe, particularly in the UK. Following “I Could be the One” in 2013, Romero released his longawaited single, “Symphonica” that reached #1 on the overall Beatport Top 100 chart.

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