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Dan Griffith, known by his stage name Gryffin (often stylized as GRYFFIN), is an American musician, DJ, and music producer. He gained recognition for remixing some well-known songs such as Tove Lo's "Talking Body", Maroon 5's "Animals" and Years & Years' "Desire".
Gryffin was born in San Francisco, California. Gryffin grew up as a classically trained pianist and learned to play the guitar at an early age. He played in bands to initially hone his instrumental abilities. He studied electrical engineering at the University of Southern California where he took much of his leisure time in his dorm room to work on music.
In 2009, he began releasing his music as White Panda. with boyhood friend Tom Evans, who was studying in Chicago. They began a national tour in July 2011, in a second generation of mashup artists gaining popularity on college campuses and music-streaming websites. They played college campuses, such as the University of Delaware and Swarthmore College, and shared the stage with Flo Rida, Wale and Sam Adams. Later performances included the Firefly Music Festival and Lolapalooza.
When asked on his key lessons of music production, he said: "At the beginning, I just released music with the main goal of having my friends play it at college parties and I never would have imagined it would get to this point". He made his 'world' debut as Gryffin at the SnowGlobe Music Festival 2015.
He moved to Los Angeles to be closer to his label and management.

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