Ever since reaching the #1 spot in more than 55 countries with his rework of Omi’s ‘Cheerleader’, German platinum-selling DJ and producer Felix Jaehn has gained international success. ‘Cheerleader’, an undeniably catchy, reggae infused dance hit, topped the charts around the globe including the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Jaehn’s massive breakout single with vocalist Jasmine Thompson, ‘Ain’t Nobody (Loves Me Better)’‚ became a worldwide sensation in 2015, officially establishing him as a fully-fledged superstar, touted by Rolling Stone as an ‘exploding producer’.
A naturally gifted producer from the Baltic Sea Coast, Felix Jaehn is now a household name, achieving global stardom with his unique productions. Having made a name for himself over the years, his collaborations speak for themselves, working with Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert on ‘Can’t Go Home’, ALMA on ‘Bonfire’, and Alok and The Vamps on ‘All The Lies’, which has reached 50 million streams on Spotify. To date, Jaehn’s collective catalogue has been streamed over 3.8 billion times, and he has been awarded a total of 90 gold, platinum and diamond records, receiving the ‘Entertainment’ award at the highly prestigious Berlin Bambi Awards in 2016.
With some of the biggest crossover hits of the last few years, Jaehn released his debut studio album 'I' in February of 2018. The 25-track album was crafted with a deeply personal touch, highlighting his progress since 2014 and emphasising his journey. With the help of his team, Jaehn boldly stepped out of his comfort zone in the pursuit of continued sonic innovation, and produced a unique, career encompassing record.
While each of the tracks encompass a unique sound, they all tie together with an overlying positive and energetic vibe, resulting in a sound not only tailored to radio, but also perfect for the clubs. Following the wildly successful release of his debut album 'I', Felix Jaehn returned with a remix album that includes reworked versions of some of his greatest hits to date, including collaborative tracks with Marc E. Bassy and Gucci Mane, R. City, and Lost Frequencies to name a few. In 2019, Jaehn has already released a genre-defying remix of Rammstein’s ‘Ausländer’, and collaborated with British superstar Calum Scott for ‘Love On Myself’, one of his most meaningful singles to date. The fall season will see Jaehn tour across the United States, and close the year with a steady stream of content, forging into 2020 with his best material yet.