Making his name producing dancefloor-filling club remixes, Zedd scored his first big hit single with 'Clarity' in 2012 and went on to establish himself as one of the world's hottest young DJ/producers, collaborating with the likes of Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and Selena Gomez. Born in Russia, Anton Zaslavski moved to Kaiserslautern, Germany when he was four, and grew up learning about music from his piano-teaching mother and guitar-playing father and played drums in a deathcore band called Dioramic. Turning to electronic music in 2009, he won two remix competitions hosted by dance site Beatport before making contact with Skrillex through MySpace and signing to his label OWSLA to release early singles 'Shave It' and 'Slam the Door'. Signing a major label deal with Interscope, it was his dreamy, thumping progressive house single 'Clarity' - featuring British vocalist Foxes - that introduced Zedd to a wider audience, reaching number eight in the US charts in 2012 and winning the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. The album of the same name also included the hit 'Stay the Night' featuring Hayley Williams of Paramore, which went to number two in the UK, and Zedd produced three tracks for Lady Gaga's album 'Artpop' and co-wrote Justin Bieber's collaboration with Nicki Minaj 'Beauty and the Beat'. His second album 'True Colors' went on to reach number four in the US charts and confirmed his status as an EDM wunderkid, whilst his singles 'I Want You to Know' (featuring Selena Gomez) and 'Stay' (featuring Alessia Cara) were popular in the clubs and in the pop world. He has also worked with Ariana Grande on 'Break Free' and on Hailee Steinfeld's 'Starving', and produced for Liam Payne, Iggy Azeala, DJ Khalid and embarked on his huge, globetrotting Echo Tour in 2017.