Throughout his career, Zedd has earned 11 awards as one of the most popular DJs in the electronic dance music scene. His main body of work includes the albums Clarity (2012), True Colors (2015) and Orbit (2019). In 2015, he released "I Want You to Know," which is a collaborative single with Selena Gomez, Ryan Tedder and Kevin Drew. The song won "Choice Party Song" at the Teen Choice Awards and rocketed to the No. 1 spot on Billboard's Electronic Dance/Electronic Songs. His songs draw influences from classical music, progressive house and dubstep.
The Story of Zedd
Before taking the name Zedd, he was born as Anton Zaslavski. Zedd won two Beatport remix contests after leaving Dioramic in 2010. He signed on with Interscope Records in 2012 and made his debut with the single "Spectrum." The song resulted as a collaboration between himself and Matthew Koma, where the latter handled the vocals and lyrics. Zedd later released a debut album in October 2012 called Clarity, which included "Spectrum" as one of the tracks. His second album, True Colors, was released on May 15, 2015, along with his second single "Beautiful Now" featuring Jon Bellion. In the past, he headlined many major music festivals, including the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, Summer Sonic in Japan and the Electric Daisy Carnival in Japan and Las Vegas. He recently performed at Coachella's main stage on April 21, 2019, alongside Alessia Cara and Maren Morris. In addition, his collaboration with Katy Perry on "365" is being nominated for Choice Electronic/Dance Song this year.
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What is Zedd's playstyle like in his sets?
Throughout all of his performances, Zedd predominantly plays his tracks with complextro, progressive house and electro house mixed into his music.
What are some of Zedd's most notable works?
In addition to some of the non-album singles he released throughout his career, Zedd's most popular tracks include "Lost in Japan," "Shave It," "Break Free" and "Stay the Night." He also created a unique iteration of The Legend of Zelda theme and a unique theme for 2016 League of Legends eSports championship called "Ignite."
What are some of the awards Zedd has earned?
Zedd won a Grammy award in 2014 for "Clarity" in the Best Dance Recording category. In addition, ARPA Music Awards gave him recognition for his work on "The Middle" featuring Grey and Maren Morris. The song won as Most Played Australian Work and Best Dance Work of the Year. The Billboard Music Awards gave his second album True Colors the winner spot for Top Dance/Electronic Album.
Zedd announced his Orbit tour this past May, which will kick off later in the fall. He will be touring alongside Jax Jones and NOTD. Orbit is slated to for release this coming August. There could be more dates and locations added to the touring schedule, so check StubHub for more information.