Martin Garrix has risen to global stardom in pop as well as electronic circles – and yet he’s far from being done. Dance music’s freshest talent has headlined festivals around the globe, founded a label and mentored other artists and won the #1 spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 three times in a row. His passion, ambition, drive and maturity remain unmatched in the world.
Grammy®-nominated New York City native Bebe Rexha is a musical force to be reckoned with. She has accumulated over 12 million overall single sales, over 6 billion total global streams, and a radio audience over 10 billion. Expectations, her highly anticipated debut album and now RIAA certified gold (released June 2018), contained her massive single “I’m a Mess” and global chart-topping smash “Meant To Be” (featuring Florida Georgia Line).
American-Albanian popstar, Ava Max, has become a viral sensation with her vibrant voice, unique fashion style and fiery-female empowerment songs like “My Way” and “Not Your Barbie Girl,” which went on to amass nearly 10 million views across YouTube and Musical.ly. Her most recent hit, “Sweet but Psycho” was dubbed by Billboard as “instantly addictive” and has since topped Spotify’s Global and US Viral Charts. Things are certainly heating up for the pop newcomer and with more new music on the horizon, Ava Max continues to cement her status as an artist.
Often dubbed as the “Godfather of Grime”, Wiley, has become a key figure in the grime music world. He has been appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) and was honoured with the Inspiration Award at the 2019 Ivor Novello Awards. With 3 #1 and 7 Top Ten singles in the UK, Wiley has brought grime music to the mainstream. His latest single ‘Boasty’, featuring Idris Elba, Sean Paul & Stefflon Don, became a massive hit with over 10 weeks on the UK Top 20 singles chart and over 50 million views on YouTube. With a career spanning nearly two decades, Wiley has become one of the most influential artists of the British music scene today.