Dutch DJ whose career took off when he began collaborating with Afrojack on tracks like "System" and "The Great Escape." He has performed at some of the world's biggest electronic music festivals, including EDC, Ultra and Tomorrowland.
He got his first set of turntables in 2010. He released his first single on the Dirty House Records label owned by Vato Gonzalez.
He has created remixes of popular songs like Fais' "Used to Have it All" and Lost Frequencies' "All or Nothing."
His real name is Chico de Reus. His father bought him his first musical equipment.
He and Joey Dale collaborated on the song "Everest."