A Canadian house music duo best known for its Juno Award-winning hit "Body," Loud Luxury formed in 2012 in London, Ontario, where DJs Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace attended the same school. The two producers moved to Los Angeles after graduation and released their debut single, "All for You," featuring vocalistKaleena Zanders. They then collaborated with Borgeous on "Going Under" (2016), Ryan Shepherd on "Fill Me In" (2017) and Nikki's Wives on Show Me (2017). Although modestly popular, those songs were trumped by the band's 2017 track, "Body," which featured American singer-songwriter Brando and garnered widespread attention. The song soon became a platinum-certified hit in multiple countries, peaking at Number 3 in Canada, Number 4 in the UK, Number 5 in Denmark, and Number 7 in both Australia and Austria. 2018's "Love No More" became the band's second significant hit, going gold in both Canada and Australia. Meanwhile, Loud Luxury earned four nominations at the 2019 Juno Music Awards, with "Body" winning in the category of "Dance Recording of the Year." All of this success predated the release of the group's debut album, Nights Like This, which appeared in 2020. Loud Luxury won another Juno Award, this time for "Group of the Year," that same year. A second album, Holiday Hills, was released in 2021, with the single "Mistakes" becoming a Top 40 dance hit in America.