Since his debut release, Saladin (pronounced Sah-lay-din) has been tearing apart dance floors from his hometown, Chicago, where he is nicknamed "Chicago's Ghetto Rockstar", through the rest of the globe. It is safe to say that Saladin’s career has been growing at a rapid pace with over 40 releases alone in 2017, featured on prestigious labels including: Tommy Boy Records, Peak Hour Music, Phunk Junk Records, Club Love and other great labels.
Saladin has gained and earned the support of industry tastemakers such as Paul Van Dyk, Don Diablo, DJ BL3ND, Ummet Ozcan, and Knife Party to name a few and has climbed its way up Beatport charts multiple times. In the past you can also see Saladin, featured in publications like: DJ Mag, MixMag and Iconic Underground.
Making his name known at a hypersonic pace, the trendsetter from the underground has made his way out from the shadows to create music that resonates with those who have developed peak hour sensibilities and are eager to get the party raging. Beyond the ability to curate hypnotic music, Saladin has maintained the ability to infatuate and connect to his crowds as they continue to expand and become more diverse over the years. Having already made his mark sparking noise in the music world through appearances on the Billboard (where he appeared next to Justin Bieber, Pink and CamelPhat), Beatport and Traxsource charts, Saladin knows that his journey is in his own hands and is the Electronica man to watch in 2018. Working on major projects with vocals including: Christina Novelli, MC Flipside, Milana May and Eia, to name a few.
When in the studio, he takes his influences of Prince and 80’s New Wave Synth Pop sound and emerges them into futuristic, electronic and melodic masterpieces spanning all Electronic Dance Music genres that range from Future House and Deep House, spanning to Bass heavy genres that truly show his versabilty.
For those traveling, keep an eye out for the catalytic power within one of Saladin’s performances at some of the most prestigious nightclubs. It’s all or nothing for Saladin, moving forward and if you’re a fan of fellow Producers/DJs such as Steve Aoki, Getter, Kayzo, NGHTMRE and Boombox Cartel, then it is time to check out Saladin with his buckets loads of stunning releases. It is safe to say that Saladin is set to rein the Dance music ladder for the foreseeable future.