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Sonny Fodera

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Never Be Alone Becky Hill, Sonny Fodera 03:09
Asking Sonny Fodera, MK, Clementine Douglas 03:11
Mind Still (feat. blythe) Sonny Fodera, Blythe 02:36
Life Lesson Belters Only, Sonny Fodera, Jazzy 03:36
Always Gonna Be (feat. Alex Mills) Sonny Fodera, Alex Mills 04:03
You & I (feat. Janai) Sonny Fodera, Janai 05:17
Caught Up (feat. Yasmeen) Sonny Fodera, Yasmeen 04:28
To Love (feat. Shannon Saunders) Sonny Fodera, Shannon Saunders 04:19
Life Lesson Belters Only, Sonny Fodera, Jazzy 02:58
Like I Used To Sonny Fodera, Paul Woolford, Ella Henderson 03:06

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Biography

An ace behind the decks and a whiz in the production studio, DJ and producer Sonny Fodera has made a name for himself as one of Australia's top purveyors of soulful, sunshine-drenched house. The dance music mainstay began cooking up hip-hop beats as a teenager before discovering Chicago house legend Derrick Carter and realizing his true calling. After honing his skills as an international DJ, picking up gigs all over the world, 2013 saw the release of Sonny Fodera's first EP, It's Time. A string of party-starting club music followed in its wake, including a full-length debut, Moving Forward, that same year, and 2016's poppier-sounding Frequently Flying. 2019 was a landmark year for the Adelaide-raised artist who released his fourth studio album, the mixtape-friendly Rise, via his own Solotoko imprint, as well as a killer remix of Calvin Harris's "Promises" (with Sam Smith) that caught fire online. His 2020 single with UK artist Ella Eyre unbottled the essence of Sonny Fodera's feel-good dancefloor energy and in 2021, he teamed up again with singer and songwriter Lily Ahlberg (following her appearance on bass-ridden Rise track "The Moment") for single "Closer."