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With a number of productions and key remixes already under his belt, Dehasse was asked in 2012 to remix the Official Theme Tune to the London 2012 Olympic Games "Harder than You Think" by Public Enemy. The track reached #4 in the UK National Charts after being used and synced by the UK's Channel 4 on its coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games. It was compiled on numerous UK TV Compilations including the 2013 Ministry of Sound Annual and All Around The World's hugely successful UK Club Land Compilation Series. In 2011, the infamous track "In Da House" shot Dehasse into the limelight after EDM giants Tiesto and Gareth Emery featured it on their hugely influential Podcasts. “In Da House” became a rare addition to the Pacha Ibiza Summer CD Compilation, making it a huge debut single for Dehasse. His following release "The Alchemist”, reached #12 on Beatport’s Charts and was widely supported. “Canadian Angel” was Dehasse's 3rd production and also received great support whilst being featured on the front cover of DJ Magazine November 2011 edition. In early 2012, Dehasse released his first vocal production "What A Night" featuring UK urban super talent Princess Nyah. This was widely supported on BBC Radio 1Xtra and on Radio 1’s Dance Anthems show. This was followed by “Mountains We Can’t Climb” and was featured on the Fox Head Clothing Fall 2012 Sync Campaign and the Roxy Fall 2013 Sync Campaign. With a fast developing resume, Dehasse has remixed hits for the likes of UK urban artists Jodie Connor and Tinchy Stryder for Universal UK, and the classic UK Top Ten anthem of the day by E’voke “Arms of Loren” which was compiled on the Cream Anthems CD. In 2012, Dehasse remixed Mika Newton and Grace Valerie, who are both signed to Randy Jacksons new Dream Merchant 21 Label through Universal. In early summer 2013, his 5th successful record was released “Sick In The Octave”, which became the super EDM banger in Ibiza. This reached Top 10 on the Beatport Progressive House Chart and was added to Sirius XM 20/20 for six weeks. This success was swiftly followed by ”Carnival De San Rafael“ and was aired by several key radio stations and US markets. It reached #8 on Beatport’s Top 100 and received support from the likes of Steve Aoki and Markus Schulz. In addition to Dehasse's extensive work in the studio, he has played to thousands of fans at some of the world’s hottest shows and festivals including Freak Night in Seattle, Fall Massive (Washington DC), Global Dance Festival (Denver, CO), House Clubbing Festival, and the international renowned, Tomorrowland in Belgium. 2014 saw another huge success for Dehasse’s release schedule features the legendary rapper Ice-T on vocal and hot New York female vocalist Alicia Madison. During the Spring of 2014, watch out for more releases from Dehasse “Why Yeah” and "Sabourin". www.dehasse.com
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About Dehasse

With a number of productions and key remixes already under his belt, Dehasse was asked in 2012 to remix the Official Theme Tune to the London 2012 Olympic Games "Harder than You Think" by Public Enemy. The track reached #4 in the UK National Charts after being used and synced by the UK's Channel 4 on its coverage of the 2012 Olympic Games. It was compiled on numerous UK TV Compilations including the 2013 Ministry of Sound Annual and All Around The World's hugely successful UK Club Land Compilation Series. In 2011, the infamous track "In Da House" shot Dehasse into the limelight after EDM giants Tiesto and Gareth Emery featured it on their hugely influential Podcasts. “In Da House” became a rare addition to the Pacha Ibiza Summer CD Compilation, making it a huge debut single for Dehasse. His following release "The Alchemist”, reached #12 on Beatport’s Charts and was widely supported. “Canadian Angel” was Dehasse's 3rd production and also received great support whilst being featured on the front cover of DJ Magazine November 2011 edition. In early 2012, Dehasse released his first vocal production "What A Night" featuring UK urban super talent Princess Nyah. This was widely supported on BBC Radio 1Xtra and on Radio 1’s Dance Anthems show. This was followed by “Mountains We Can’t Climb” and was featured on the Fox Head Clothing Fall 2012 Sync Campaign and the Roxy Fall 2013 Sync Campaign. With a fast developing resume, Dehasse has remixed hits for the likes of UK urban artists Jodie Connor and Tinchy Stryder for Universal UK, and the classic UK Top Ten anthem of the day by E’voke “Arms of Loren” which was compiled on the Cream Anthems CD. In 2012, Dehasse remixed Mika Newton and Grace Valerie, who are both signed to Randy Jacksons new Dream Merchant 21 Label through Universal. In early summer 2013, his 5th successful record was released “Sick In The Octave”, which became the super EDM banger in Ibiza. This reached Top 10 on the Beatport Progressive House Chart and was added to Sirius XM 20/20 for six weeks. This success was swiftly followed by ”Carnival De San Rafael“ and was aired by several key radio stations and US markets. It reached #8 on Beatport’s Top 100 and received support from the likes of Steve Aoki and Markus Schulz. In addition to Dehasse's extensive work in the studio, he has played to thousands of fans at some of the world’s hottest shows and festivals including Freak Night in Seattle, Fall Massive (Washington DC), Global Dance Festival (Denver, CO), House Clubbing Festival, and the international renowned, Tomorrowland in Belgium. 2014 saw another huge success for Dehasse’s release schedule features the legendary rapper Ice-T on vocal and hot New York female vocalist Alicia Madison. During the Spring of 2014, watch out for more releases from Dehasse “Why Yeah” and "Sabourin". www.dehasse.com
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Genres:
Dance Music, Electronic

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