As well as this, a zig zag of global dates at the world’s most important festivals including Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, closing down EDC Vegas in spectacular solo style, and a hugely impressive arena run with fellow chart-dominators The Chainsmokers; another year sparkled bright for the superstar. And it didn’t end there… Solidifying himself further as a trailblazer in the scene, in 2018 Lost Frequencies amassed over 1 billion streams and ripped up the rule book on his tropical-infused official remixes on Major Lazer, Justin Bieber & MØ’s ‘Cold Water’, Miley Cyrus’s ‘Malibu’ and LSD Labrinth / Diplo / Sia’s ‘Thunderclouds’, showing that his unique electronic style can lend itself to multi-dimensional pop and still deliver an inimitable sound as the hits just kept on coming.
Lost Frequencies also firmly established himself as one of the strongest, fastest rising talents with his debut entry into the 2017 DJ Mag poll at #26, the highest new entry of any artist that year, when in 2018 he then surpassed this previous achievement by climbing up to #17. As the accolades multiplied including emerging victorious in the ‘Dance International’ and ‘Hit of The Year’ categories at the ECHO award ceremony (comparable with the U.S. Grammy’s), beating the likes of Adele on the latter to two.
After the successes of his Lost Frequencies and friends-curated parties globally, he took the party to Tomorrowland for the third year, which in 2017, was the only stage to be closed down during the event as an unprecedented number of fans descended on the stage to view the fun, showcasing the huge appeal held by Lost Frequencies not only in his home of Belgium, but amongst the world-class, diverse Tomorrowland crowd.
Branching out with the launch of his label Found Frequencies, featuring his own productions as well as a collaboration with James Blunt to name but one link-up on the imprint, from show-stopping live appearances, to career-making studio hits, he’s soaring to a meteoric rise at his own accord.