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Sam Feldt

Heartfeldt Radio

Having taken to massive (main)stages worldwide, including at Ultra Music Festival, Coachella, Tomorrowland, EDC, and many more, the Dutch DJ, producer, entrepreneur, and sustainability pioneer is now moving into an exciting new phase of his already stellar career, with a new deal with Sony Music freshly inked and driven by the ambition to elevate his career to even greater heights.

Since 2014, when his remake of Robin S's "Show Me Love" demonstrated his widescreen sonic vision for appreciative electronic music fans globally, the Dutch artist has been steadily, and with genuine care, building the Sam Feldt brand. In 2023, the platinum-selling DJ and producer has an enviable ecosystem that includes Heartfeldt Records, Heartfeldt Publishing, Heartfeldt Radio, and Heartfeldt Events - and, along the way, he established (and then recently sold) Fangage, a platform built to enable creators to connect with their fans better.

Sam scored a massive hit with 2019's "Post Malone" (feat. RANI, with over 530 million streams on Spotify and counting). In addition, a raft of other great singles have tracked not only his considerable musical evolution but his rising star amongst the heavy hitters in the mainstream pop world who now seek him out for collaboration, like Kesha ("Stronger" in 2021) and Rita Ora ("Follow Me" in 2021). A prolific 2022 also saw the release of several singles, including "Better" with Gavin James and "How Many Tears" with Kygo and Emily Warren, along with a host of remixes, most recently of "Never Not Gonna Dance Again" by P!NK and "Don't Cry For Me" by Whitney Houston.

For Feldt, making melodic house music that takes in multiple radio hits a year and tracks that get the dancefloor heaving is what drives him. Also, consistently innovating and evolving. And chasing the summer - always chasing the summer.

"Since I began this musical journey, I have been chasing the summer. You can hear it in my music - nine out of 10 Sam Feldt projects have a summery vibe - and it is so amazing that I can now literally chase the summer by playing in one sunny place after another. South Africa, Brazil, Los Angeles. I have found a way to have an endless summer."

"Endless Summer", Feldt's collaborative project with British producer, Jonas Blue, captures the summer feeling he loves - through a single "Till The End" and live performances, including at ADE, EDC, and Ultra Music Festival. This and a host of projects - including a Flo Rida collab - are coming up in 2023, along with exciting new things from the different Heartfeldt entities.

But, says Feldt, "it all starts with me as an artist". "Everything flows from that and into the other areas of the Sam Feldt brand". The latter includes his Heartfeldt Foundation, a non-profit organization that promotes a conscious lifestyle and supports local sustainability initiatives globally, based on a Give, Do, Inspire & Empower framework.

It's a busy world that Feldt inhabits but in choosing how he spends his professional time, the artist is clear: "The good thing about having created an ecosystem is that when I spend time on something, it is because it benefits something else in that system - the radio show or the label or me as an artist or the foundation."

In the end, says Feldt, "I like to make people happy". "Seeing happy faces and spreading happiness with my music, well, there is no better job in the world."

Sam Feldt
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