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It’s been eight years since he burst onto the scene with ‘Ertesuppe’, but it’s already clear that Dante Klein is here to stay. ‘Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)’, his 2016 collaboration with LA collective Cheat Codes, racked up over 400 million plays on Spotify, and Dante’s already played the biggest events from Tomorrowland in Belgium to Ushuaia in Ibiza. Skillfully riding the line between pop and club-oriented music, Dante is set to keep conquering hit lists as well as dancefloors around the globe.

In December 2014 ‘Ertesuppe’ was signed by Spinnin’ Records and featured on Pete Tong’s BBC Radio 1. It was soon followed by a collaboration with Sam Feldt and remixes for Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Kim Churchill. Though these first releases were mostly club tracks, they gave Dante the platform he needed to start expressing his long-held love for pop and hip-hop music. He reached out to Cheat Codes and the result was ‘Let Me Hold You (Turn Me On)’. First released on Spotify as an ID track, it reached 4,000,000 plays before the artist behind it was even known. By now, the counter is over 400 million plays and the record’s been awarded Gold and Platinum status in several countries, having spent months in Spotify’s Global Top 30.

Dante’s rapid success as a producer has catapulted him into the spotlight as a performer as well. His dancefloor-oriented DJ sets have already captured the hearts of festival-goers around the world, including highlight performances at Tomorrowland (Belgium), Ushuaïa (Ibiza), Nova Era Festival (Portugal), Sunrise Festival (Poland), Ohrid Calling: Hardwell (Macedonia), and Sounce Parade (South Korea).

Ever keeping a close eye on the balance between the ‘club’ and ‘pop’ sides of his musical persona, Dante has a bright future ahead of him. Thanks to his relentless passion for DJ and Producing, a slew of new material is ready for release in 2022.


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