Fedde Le Grand is one of the most renowned DJs in the house scene. For over 12 years now, the Dutch sensation has been crafting sets and singles that go from mainstream to underground house. He has played a critical role in the careers of fellow DJs Nicky Romero, Deniz Koyu and Danny Avila, and his experimentation and wide catalogue of music under his belt make Fedde a force to be reckoned with.
While many know the producer for “Put Your Hands Up For Detroit,” he has released countless other singles that rock dance floors worldwide. “So Much Love,” “Take Me Home” and the massive “Don’t Give Up” demonstrate his seasoned skill of producing cinematic tracks. He also hosts a weekly radio show called “Darklight Sessions,” and is the co-founder of Flamingo Recordings.
Fedde played an explosive set on this year’s Ultra main stage, dropping a bunch of new music and throwing in a few of the classics as well for good measure. Earlier in the week, we caught up with the DJ for an exclusive interview. During our discussion, he spoke about new music that he’s working on, his Grand show, which has been receiving a lot of acclaim, how he adapts to changes in the industry and much more.
Check out our interview with Fedde Le Grand above, and enjoy!