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Andrew Rayel

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Goodbye Andrew Rayel, Alexandra Badoi 04:44
EIFORYA Armin van Buuren, Andrew Rayel 06:03
Until The End Andrew Rayel, Jwaydan 03:12
Euphoria Andrew Rayel, Emilya Buchan 03:20
The Way of Harmony (FYH401) Andrew Rayel 04:45
Memoria Eterna Andrew Rayel 04:31
The Abyss (ASOT 1173) Andrew Rayel 01:31
Everything Everything Andrew Rayel, Olivia Sebastianelli 04:34
The Source of Harmony (FYH 350 Anthem) Andrew Rayel 03:46
The Way of Harmony (FYH 400 Anthem) Andrew Rayel 03:51

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Andrew Rayel is an electronic music producer, record label founder, and trance DJ from Chișinău, Moldova. Born as "Andrei Rață" on July 21, 1992, he began producing his own music at 13 years old and released his debut single, 2010's "Always In Your Dreams," while still a teenager. Rayel released more than a dozen singles during the next three years, including collaborations with Jaco (2012's "How Do I Know"), Bobina (2013's "Sacramentum"), and Jwaydan (2013's "Until the End"). Many of those songs later appeared on this debut studio album, Find Your Harmony, which was released by Armada Music in 2014. Andrew Rayel expanded his musical approach for 2017's Moments, which featured influences like dubstep and progressive house. Several months after the album's release, he launched his own record label, inHarmony Music, with the release of his single "Mass Effect." Andrew Rayel continued releasing standalone singles and one-off collaborations throughout the remainder of the 2010s, with highlights including 2018's "Tambores" (featuring Graham Bell), 2018's "Last Summer" (featuring Fernando Garibay and Jake Torrey), and 2019's ("Kick, Bass & Trance" (featuring Chukiess & Whackboi). He then earned his first Top 40 hit on the American Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart with "Silver Lining," which peaked at Number 10 in 2021. One year later, he landed another hit with "Closer," which climbed to Number 35.