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Nicky Romero

1 471 614 fans

Artist's Top Tracks

I Could Be The One (Avicii Vs. Nicky Romero) Avicii, Nicky Romero 03:28
Hot Summer Nights Nicky Romero, W&W 02:38
Dynamite Nicky Romero, Mike Williams, Amba Shepherd 04:28
Toulouse Nicky Romero 06:05
Falling Nicky Romero, Timmy Trumpet 03:10
Champion Sound Nicky Romero, Nicky Romero & Teamworx, Teamworx 03:18
Your Eyes Monocule, LAMAS (BR), Nicky Romero 03:39
Out Of Control Nicky Romero, EDX 02:48
Where Would We Be ROZES, Nicky Romero 03:28
Ups & Downs W&W, Nicky Romero 03:02

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Hot Summer Nights

by Nicky Romero, W&W


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Nicky Romero on tour

Nicky Romero at Temple Nightclub (November 19, 2022)
Denver, CO, US

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Nicky Romero has progressed from being a young, musical wunderkind to become one of the most influential artists of his time. As a DJ, producer, and mogul whose label is at the forefront of modern electronic dance music, it goes without saying that Nicky is a force to be reckoned with. From the iconic hits "Toulouse" and "I Could Be the One" to his recent "Bittersweet", Nicky's resume boasts an impressive and lengthy discography of originals, remixes, edits, and co-productions, proving, again and again, his ability to evolve with the ever-changing landscape of electronic music. Perhaps, even more, telling of his razor-sharp prowess and visionary mindset is the success and impact of his label Protocol Recordings. From the stage to the studio and beyond, Nicky is leaving a lasting imprint on electronic music. In the late 2000s, EDM was having its heyday, and Nicky Romero was at the forefront of the movement that would become one of the most significant cultural resurgences in decades. After releasing several singles early in his career, Nicky officially had his breakthrough moments with the viral anthem "Toulouse" and "I Could Be the One" (vs. Avicii). Nicky's meticulous skill as a producer-led him to co-producing with legendary artists, both on Rihanna's hit "Right Now" and Britney Spears' "It Should Be Easy." These early successes served to pave the way for the founding of Nicky's own label, Protocol Recordings.