Stealth archives: 2015

Baauer (LuckyMe/Mad Decent), Stealth

  • Tuesday 17th November 2015
  • Supported by: Baauer & more TBA

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Tuesday 17th November, 2015. 


To the more than 1 billion people who have created or watched "Harlem Shake" videos, Harry "Baauer" Rodrigues is best known as the man behind the song. An aspiring bedroom producer since the age of 13, Harry took the name Baauer to brand his electro-trap tracks, which combined crunk hip-hop beats & dance music tempos. He made his official debut in early 2012 when his bass-heavy party track "Dum Dum" was released by the LuckyMe label (home to TNGHT, Hudson Mohawke & Rustie). Diplo's Mad Decent label then signed Baauer and released "Harlem Shake" that same year. At first, the track made waves amongst the dance music faithful, but in early 2013, it exploded into the mainstream thanks to an Internet meme where individuals uploaded amateur videos of themselves dancing to the song. This resulted in "Harlem Shake" debuted at #1 on the Billboard chart and #3 in the UK Chart. Collaborations with Fetty Wap, RL Grime, Rae Sremmurd, Boys Noize, Just Blaze, and remixes for Flosstradamus, The Prodigy, Nero, AlunaGeorge & Disclosure have helped solidify his reputation and one of the most exciting producers in dance music. 

Baauer - 'Harlem Shake'

Flosstradamus - Roll Up (Baauer Remix)

Baauer: 'Searching For Sound' Documentary (RBMA)




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