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Bob Sinclar
Bob Sinclar at the Mouratoglou Resort Annual Gala in 2019.
Bob Sinclar at the Mouratoglou Resort Annual Gala in 2019.
Background information
Birth nameChristophe Le Friant
Born (1970-05-10) 10 May 1970 (age 50)
OriginBois-Colombes, France
GenresHouse, reggae fusion, raggamuffin, electro house, French house, hip house
Occupation(s)Producer, DJ
Years active1987–present
LabelsYellow Productions
Armada Music
Ministry of Sound Australia
Associated actsAfricanism All Stars
Websitewww.bobsinclar.com

Christophe Le Friant (French pronunciation: ​[kʁistɔf lə fʁijɑ̃]; born 10 May 1969),[citation needed] better known by his stage name Bob Sinclar (French: [bɔb sɛ̃klaʁ]), is a French record producer, house music DJ, remixer and the owner of the record label Yellow Productions.[1]

Musical career

Christophe Le Friant began DJing in the 1980s under the name Chris the French Kiss. During this time he was more influenced by hip-hop and jazz music and created music projects such as The Mighty Bop and Reminiscence Quartet, this one with an ensemble of musicians. Le Friant used the alias Desmond K in the Reminiscence Quartet.

Le Friant adopted the new name of Bob Sinclar in 1998 (hero from the film Le Magnifique). He became known for popularising the "French touch" of house music with heavy use of sampled and filtered disco strings. He describes his musical style as inspired by "peace, love, and house music".[2]

In the 2000s, Several of Sinclar's songs have become international hits, being particularly popular in Europe. Some of his most popular hits include "Love Generation" (2005, with Gary Pine) and "World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)" (2006, featuring Steve Edwards). In 2006, Bob Sinclar received the TMF Award Best Dance International (Belgium). In 2006, he released the song "Rock This Party" under the label Defected Records. In 2008, Bob Sinclar along with Steve Edwards released a song called "Together".

In the 2010s, Bob Sinclar became a very prolific music producer. In 2011, he released a song with the Italian vocalist Raffaella Carrà called "Far l'amore", a remixed version of Carrà's song "A far l'amore comincia tu". In 2013, he released a single called "Summer Moonlight". In 2015, he collaborated with Dawn Tallman for a track titled "Feel the Vibe". In 2016, he released the track "Someone Who Needs Me" under the label Spinnin' Records. Also with Spinnin' Records, he released a collaboration with Akon titled "'Til the Sun Rise Up". In June 2018, he released a single called "I Believe" that was very popular, particularly in Italy and Europe.

Bob Sinclar has produced dozens of official remixes over his long career, including remixes of songs by artists such as Jamiroquai, Moby, James Brown, Madonna, and Rihanna.

Discography

Studio albums

See also

References

  1. ^ IMO Records. "Bob Sinclar Biography", IMO Records, London, Retrieved on 25 January 2012.
  2. ^ "Interview: Bob Sinclar". LessThan3. January 2011. Archived from the original on 2012-09-21. Retrieved 2012-02-02.

External links

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