In order reach EDM success you must be a creative producer, a skillful DJ, and of course, a music connoisseur. Fedde Le Grand checks off everything on the list and adds so much more. This Dutch artist emerged on the house scene with his smash hit "Put Your Hands Up For Detroit" in 2006. It was then that he became one of Holland's most successful DJs. The track reached No. 1 in Spain, Russia, Finland, Bulgaria, and the notoriously hard to achieve, UK charts. Winning the “Best Underground House Track,” “Best Breaks/Electro Track,” and “Best Breakthrough Artist” at the IMDA as well as the “Club Banger Of The Year” at the Club Awards, Le Grand was quickly making his way to international stardom. Since then, he has released music through Flamingo Records and showcased his outstanding skills through tracks like "Let Me Think About It," The Creeps," 3 Minutes To Explain," and "Let Me Be Real." At one point Le Grand fell off the face of the earth with no new music, remixes, or shows. Desperate fans waited as news circulated that he was taking time away to produce his first studio album. His debut album, “Output,” was finally released in 2009 and received breathtaking responses from his fans including some famous musicians such as Coldplay and Fatboy Slim. Fedde is now conquering the world with his "Takeover" party. He has landed residencies at Ministry of Sound in London, Pacha in Ibiza, as well as barricading all four corners of the world. From the studio to the dance floor, from Detroit to Ibiza, from Fedde to outer space, there's no way to stop this rising superstar.