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Winner of the Grammy for Best Remix 2013. Billboard, UK & ARIA Chart Top Ten Hits. Multi Platinum selling Singles. Beatport, Buzz, Hype Machine & Cool Cuts Charts Number 1′s. 2 BBC Radio One Essential mixes. 3 Essential New Tunes. A weekly Global Radio Show. The go to remixer.

These are some of the better ways of introducing Cedric Gervais who happens to be one of the most sough-after names in the field of music all across the globe. His entire life has been extraordinary and he continues to rule the world of music and entertainment till date. Cedric was originally from Marsailles and later, shifted to St. Tropez in his teenage. His first exposure to public performances was in Papa Gaio club when he was hardly 14 years old and was not officially of age to perform. At around 15, he realized that music is his true passion but was highly disappointed with what Paris had to offer in the form of opportunities. This is when he took the most crucial decision of his career and shifted to Miami.

Miami offered him what he had been longing for. Having secured residencies at the most popular clubs like Nikki Beach, Space, Crobar and Living Room, Cedric Gervais made the most of this relocation by excelling as a DJ and also enhancing his studio output.

In the year 2006, ‘Spirit of my Life’ emerged as his first big break and it was later followed by high profile remixes that continued to be incorporated in happening parties. The big brand names that Cedric has been associated with are Marquee in Las Vegas and Liv in Miami. Cedric is known to play at these places all night and there is no stopping the crowd here.

2012 witnessed yet another huge hit named ‘Molly’ that is a tale about a girl and is presented in the form of a club mashup. This received a great deal of attention in Miami and all over the world and continued to top the charts for quite some time. The popularity of this song was so high that even Madonna had announced it on stage at the Ultra Festival and Pete Tong had sung the track three times on air.

It can be easily assumed that Cedric Gervais has made a fortune in this industry and there is a lot more in store for him. With so much popularity, his financial transactions are also expected to rise. While there might be a number of ways in which he hopes to invest his money, one of the very effective ways that he could adopt is the 1G Profit System. This highly efficient programming algorithm can actually become a primary source of income for many. However, for Cedric Gervais, this can be his secondary source of income, considering the fact that the primary source will always be his inclination towards music.

This profit-making algorithm has a winning rate of 99.8% and this signifies how it is clearly a winning formula for everyone who plans to invest in it. While Cedric Gervais might not have to worry about registration fees etc, this profit system does not need additional fees anyway. One simply needs to have a minimum amount of $250 in his or her account to get started. That makes it one of the easiest financial solutions ever.

As far as Cedric’s future works are concerned, his forthcoming Major label single & video releases “Missing You” & “Love Again” and a string of underground club releases coupled with a prestigious Ministry Of Sound Compilation will see Cedric continue his ascendancy into 2015 and beyond.



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  • Location:Philadelphia
  • Venue:SoundGarden Hall
  • Length:08:30 pm – 02:00 am
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Dance music stars and Philly favorites W&W return to the City of Brotherly Love for Valentines Day in Philly 2015. Their massive hits and festival headline appearances over the last several years have cemented the Dutch duo as one of the dance music world’s best.

W&W in Philly

About W&W

From their earlier works like the deep ‘Impact’ to the acid-rubbed ‘AK-47′, synth-driven ‘Moscow’ and floor pounding ‘Shotgun’, to later projects like ‘Invasion’, voted as official anthem for the A State Of Trance 550 world tour, ‘Lift Off’, the embodiment of their multidimensional sound, ‘D# Fat’, their highly acclaimed collaboration with Armin van Buuren, the massive ‘Jumper’ with Hardwell, Beatport #1 smash ‘The Code’ with Ummet Ozcan (which became the most played track of Miami Music Week 2013), their chart topping remix of Armin van Buuren’s ‘This Is What It Feels Like’ feat. Trevor Guthrie and the official AMF (Amsterdam Music Festival) anthem ‘Thunder’, it’s clear each of the tunes leaving the W&W studios is a sure-shot of dance floor thrill.

As DJs, currently #18 in the DJ Mag Top 100, they are also dominating dance floors and festivals the world over. 2013 featured a hugely successful Miami Music Week, a participation in the ASOT600 world tour which ended at a sold out Madison Square Garden, and other festivals such as Tomorrowland/World, Electric Zoo, Ultra, Stereosonic and an Ibiza residency at Privilege to name a few. W&W even became first ever dance music act to perform at a Major League Baseball stadium when they took over Philadelphia Phillies Citizen’s Bank Ball Park for a two-hour set. And this year, their headlining status at the world’s most leading festival and clubs is about to get even bigger.

If that wasn’t enough, W&W continues to prove their status as innovators and tastemakers in the scene by also curating releases for their Mainstage Music imprint.

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