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DJ Cedric Gervais' mixes and party-ready beats have earned the French ex-pat critical acclaim across the globe. His unique brand of house music features precise, elegant production, and his remixes allow the original artist's talent to shine alongside his own.
Cedric Gervais' background
Cedric Gervais launched his career in the '90s with a resident DJ slot at Paris' Le Queen nightclub. In 1998, he moved to Miami, where he practiced his trade at Nikki Beach and Club Space. He released his first single, 2001's "Burning," through the Ultra Records sublabel You. The 10-minute slow burn was enough to bring the young phenomenon to the attention of music critics and house aficionados.
He released his debut album, The Experiment, in 2009, and has since issued a steady stream of albums, singles and remixes.
Cedric Gervais' biggest hits
Gervais saw his first chart hit in 2010, "Leave Me Alone," from his album Miamification, which soared to No. 34 on the U.K. dance charts. Several other hits followed, including "Molly," "Would I Lie To You" and a remix of "Adore You" by Miley Cyrus.
Cedric Gervais' noteworthy awards
In 2013, Universal Germany commissioned Gervais to remix Lana del Rey's "Summertime Sadness." The song eventually became Gervais' biggest hit up until that point: it was a No. 1 hit on the U.K. dance charts, and went double platinum in the U.S., and quadruple platinum in Australia. For Gervais' remix, he earned a 2014 Grammy, as well as a nomination for EDM Song of the Year at the iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Gervais has also collaborated with such artists as Deep Dish, Rachel Star, Steve Lawler and Lenny Kravitz.
Cedric Gervais' personal life
Having fully embraced his adopted home in Florida, Gervais released a limited edition bracelet through Electric Family in 2014, all proceeds of which went to Miami Children's Health.