R3hab is a powerhouse within the electronic dance music world. He worked with Nervo and Ummet Ozcan in the production of "Revolution," which ranked among the Top 40 UK singles chart. He quickly gained notoriety in an expanding Chinese market across 13 shows in 2017, drawing in millions of fans. Over the past seven years, he developed a presence across multiple clubs around the world, all without an official label. Both Billboard Magazine and Forbes hail him as the future of club music.
R3hab's DJ career took off when he partnered with veteran DJ Hardwell in 2008 and produced "Mrkstft." In 2009, the two of them teamed up again and released the new single "Blue Magic." He later caught the attention of Calvin Harris, and both men partnered together to release "Burning." Throughout the years he released many non-album singles with other major artists, such as "How We Party" with Vinai in 2014 and "Won't Stop Rocking" with Headhunterz in 2015. R3hab started his radio show in 2012 that occurs weekly called I NEED R3HAB on SiriusXM. His music allowed him to headline major music festivals such as Tomorrowland, different editions of the Ultra Music Festival and the Electric Daisy Carnival festival in Las Vegas and Japan. His two albums labeled Trouble and The Wave released in 2017 and 2018, respectively, propelled his fame even further. Currently, R3hab has his label called CYB3RPYNK and ranks No. 12 on DJ Mag's top 100 DJ listing.
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What's R3hab's real name and what country was he born in?
The DJ's real name is Fadil El Ghoul, and he was born in Morocco on April 2, 1986. He moved over to Breda in the Netherlands, and he was raised by his parents there.
What's R3hab's style like?
When he gets on the stage, R3hab generally sticks with the house-style of tracks. He fuses his songs with progressive house, electro house, Dutch house, trap and big-room house. Some of his tracks place a greater emphasis on the future bass and Melbourne bounce-style, and you can hear them blending with the overall background of a song. He often plays "Won't Stop Rocking," "Flashlight," "Karate" and "Revolution" as part of his set.
What are some of R3hab's best tracks?
R3hab produced a slew of non-album singles, including "Stronger," "How We Party," "Karate," "Won't Stop Rocking," "Samurai," "Revolution," "Flashlight" and "Lullaby."
Who are some of the other artists that R3hab collaborated with?
R3hab has worked with multiple top-tier DJs throughout his career. They include Eva Simons, Sander van Doorn, Mike Williams, Calvin Harris, Deorro, Steve Aoki and Afrojack.
What are some other facts that are not well-known about R3hab?
Here are some little-known facts about R3hab:
• Before he gained notoriety as a DJ, R3hab found out that Hardwell went to his high school and learned about his craft when the two partnered up through their single "Mrkstft."
• Both R3hab and Tiesto live in Breda in the Netherlands.
• R3hab adopted his stage name as a way to make it easier for people to search him online. In his words: "When you need something, you need rehab."
Will R3hab be performing near my city?
R3hab is a world-class DJ that is regularly booked across Asia, Europe and the United States. He is slated to perform at the Moonrise Music Festival in Baltimore, MD, and at the Summer Sonic in Osaka and Tokyo this year.Back to Top
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