DJ and music producer who became best known for his 2015 single "Easy Love," which topped the UK Singles chart in its second week after debuting at the #71 spot. His second single was titled "Sweet Lovin'."
He began to play the piano when he was eight years old. He earned a Bachelor of Arts honours degree in Commercial Music from the University of Westminster.
Before becoming a solo success and after finishing school, he performed with a number of unsigned bands.
He was born Bruce Fielder in Norfolk, England, United Kingdom.
He co-wrote the Ella Eyre song "Good Times" with Sigma.