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About Eric Prydz

Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz first burst onto the international club scene in 2004 with his chart-topper "Call on Me." The song, which sampled the Steve Winwood classic "Valerie," became a hit, topping the U.K. singles chart for six weeks. Before this success, Prydz was a drummer in the Swedish synth band, Enemy Alliance, a group that dreamt of becoming the next Kraftwerk. But after he began creating his own techno-funk tracks, he was eventually signed to the dance label Credence. Mixing elements of electro and minimal tech-house, Prydz creates peak-time floor fillers that are championed by some of the biggest DJs in the world. The prolific musician has also founded three successful dance labels.

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Listen toEric Prydzon Rhapsody

Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz first burst onto the international club scene in 2004 with his chart-topper "Call on Me." The song, which sampled the Steve Winwood classic "Valerie," became a hit, topping the U.K. singles chart for six weeks. Before this success, Prydz was a drummer in the Swedish synth band, Enemy Alliance, a group that dreamt of becoming the next Kraftwerk. But after he began creating his own techno-funk tracks, he was eventually signed to the dance label Credence. Mixing elements of electro and minimal tech-house, Prydz creates peak-time floor fillers that are championed by some of the biggest DJs in the world. The prolific musician has also founded three successful dance labels.

About Eric Prydz

Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz first burst onto the international club scene in 2004 with his chart-topper "Call on Me." The song, which sampled the Steve Winwood classic "Valerie," became a hit, topping the U.K. singles chart for six weeks. Before this success, Prydz was a drummer in the Swedish synth band, Enemy Alliance, a group that dreamt of becoming the next Kraftwerk. But after he began creating his own techno-funk tracks, he was eventually signed to the dance label Credence. Mixing elements of electro and minimal tech-house, Prydz creates peak-time floor fillers that are championed by some of the biggest DJs in the world. The prolific musician has also founded three successful dance labels.

About Eric Prydz

Swedish DJ and producer Eric Prydz first burst onto the international club scene in 2004 with his chart-topper "Call on Me." The song, which sampled the Steve Winwood classic "Valerie," became a hit, topping the U.K. singles chart for six weeks. Before this success, Prydz was a drummer in the Swedish synth band, Enemy Alliance, a group that dreamt of becoming the next Kraftwerk. But after he began creating his own techno-funk tracks, he was eventually signed to the dance label Credence. Mixing elements of electro and minimal tech-house, Prydz creates peak-time floor fillers that are championed by some of the biggest DJs in the world. The prolific musician has also founded three successful dance labels.