In an age where not many Artists split the form and really shine through as exceptional and revolutionary, Dutch/Turkisch legend Ummet Ozcan increases the bar. From his ’11 number one track “Reboot,” which invested seven months at the top spot on Beatport, for this recent style–defying number one smash-hit “The Box” – one of many most performed records at EDC Vegas ’12 – Ummet proceeds to soar in recognition globally.
Starting with his 1st hit tracks “Arcadia”, “Shamballa” and “Time Wave Zero”, Ummet revealed to the entire world he had different things to provide and the most notable titles in the business are immediately joined his enormous worldwide fans.
In the year 2012 he acquired cooperation with Paul van Dyk and jointly they have made a monitor referred to as ‘Dae Yor’ for Paul van Dyk’s record ‘Evolution’. As a DJ he’s in popular and is enjoying the worldwide industry and high-ranked nightclubs and fests such as A State of Trance, Global Gathering, Planet Love, Tomorrowland, Mondaybar, Pacha, Godskitchen, etc.
Always earning enormous reinforcement from a wide collection of the planet’s leading jocks such as Sander van Doorn, Avicii, David Guetta and Armin van Buuren, Ummet Ozcan is sculpting his standing in the vanguard of another era of fantastic EDM Producers.
Having an unparalleled level of musicians looking for the method for nightclub–favorable absolution, Revealed Records proudly unveiled their very first secret weapon of the Fresh Year -W&W and Ummet Ozcan’s ‘The Code’. It came into at number 1 in the DMC buzz chart. ‘The Code’ was among the songs by means of the greatest buzz in existence for months. It’s now number one however Beatport chart.
At this second he’s building a brand-new workstation as well as new magnificent unprecedented sounds that can undoubtedly lead the way in which to get a refreshing new musical wind via EDM. Additionally he’s working on some new enormous anthems to be published about the ill-famed Spinnin Records label which will certainly bring a good deal ear delight and loads of Ozcan enthusiasts.