Bob Sinclar

Electro legend
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Legendary French artist Bob Sinclar has been one of the longest standing figures on the international electronic music scene, and produced some of its most iconic house hits  across a career spanning almost 20 years.

With eight full-length albums under his belt, a glittering discography that includes #1 hits  and gold and platinum records, and a constant tour diary that features annual slots at  Carnaval de Rio and Tomorrowland, his influence can be felt throughout all levels of dance  music. Early hits included ‘Gym Tonic’, ‘Paradise’, ‘I Feel For You’, ‘Darlin’ and ‘Cerrone’,  while his involvement in the Africanism musical movement alongside the likes of Solveig,  Guetta and DJ Gregory created ‘Slave Nation’, ‘On The Drum’, and ‘Bisou Sucre’. At the  heart of the house music explosion of the early 2000s, his work decorated labels Defected and Yellow and established them as forefather imprints of the current sonoscape.

In 2005, Sinclar released first ‘Love Generation’, then ‘World Hold On’. Both tracks  catapulted him into household name territory, with radio airplay and #1 chart positions around the world, and performances at some of the world’s most illustrious clubs and  festivals. The name on everyone’s lips, Sinclar went on to release compilations ‘Defected In  The House’ and ‘Night At The Playboy Mansion’, and hit singles ‘Lala Song’, ‘Peace Song’,  ‘Love You No More’ and ‘Born in 69’, before indulging in an early techno throwback with 2  Unlimited sampling, Sean Paul collaboration ‘Tik Tok’.

In 2016, he forged a new musical partnership with mega label Spinnin’ Records,  releasing ‘Someone Who Needs Me’ (20million Spotify streams), ‘Burning’ with Daddy’s  Groove, and ‘Stand Up. In 2015 Bob creates the concept party “Paris By Night” in famous  Pacha club in Ibiza with annual residency on Saturdays from May to October. Idea of the  party was inspired by French cabaret, Parisian nights, burlesque atmosphere with vogue  and drag queens dancers. Bob wanted to create a place where you can forget the day and  live the fantasy for a night, amazed by decoration and music. Party was hosted in Paris,  home city of the artist, Miami, Los Angeles and Milan, Erwin Olaf being bought on board to  shoot an intimate portraiture series of Sinclar to mark the success of the night.

2017 saw Sinclar up the ante even further, returning to Spinnin’ with the support of  BigBeat/Atlantic/Warner this time working with none other than US singer Akon for new  single ‘Til The Sun Rise Up’. From the beat to the groove, from the dance floor to the sound  system, there is no denying the prowess and the impact Bob Sinclar has had across the  decades – nor the fact that he still continues to be one of its most influential players.

Bob Sinclar – World Hold On

Bob Sinclar – Love Generation

Bob Sinclar – We Could Be Dancing ft. Molly Hammar