Über Bob Sinclar
Bob Sinclar (Christophe le Friant) is a French music producer, DJ and owner of the label Yellow Productions. He began to pursue music full time at age 17, when he began doing DJ. His first Club hit was “Gym Tonic”, which was co-produced with Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk.
It is known thanks to the French touch house music, with the rich use of sampled and filtered disco default. On the single Darlin worked with vocalist James “D-Train” Williams. With The Mighty Bop and Reminiscence Quartet has worked in the genre of hip-hop and acid jazz. He also created the Africanism project, where art house music with a combination of Latin, jazz, African and indigenous flavors.
In 2005 he succeeded with the hit Love Generation, which reached the first places in the Australian Aria charts and in the German Media Control Single Charts in 2006. The Song had a great success in Europe, in the Dutch Top 40 and held second place with 39 weeks in the Ultratop 50 in Belgium. The song also became one of the official anthems for the FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany. The following hit was “World, Hold On”, that features Steve Edwards and also ranked in the top ten of the charts in many European countries. Was followed by another hit-Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now).
A Remix of the World, Hold on "by E-Smoove was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2007 in the category of Remixed recording. “World, Hold on” topped in Billboard Magazine as the Number One Hot Dance Club Play Single of 2006, beating Madonna and Christina Aguilera.
The fourth single from the album Western Dream was named Tennessee was estimated in April 2007, but its release was cancelled due to a rumour that a new album will be released. His latest album is Soundz of Freedom. The Album was released in France in 2007. The Song "Rock this party got to first place on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts.