With his unique, electronic twist on pop music, Los Angeles-based DJ and producer Fluencee has burst onto the contemporary crossover scene with a groundbreaking sound and a story to tell. After being bullied throughout his childhood due to a lifelong stutter, Fluencee finally chose to own it by speaking fluently through his music.
In May 2018, Fluencee released an official remix of The Chainsmokers' track "Somebody" on Disruptor/Columbia Records. He followed with his debut EP "Foxgloves," which saw its titular track receive spins on Insomniac Radio (SiriusXM) and EDC Radio (iHeartMedia). In November 2019, he released an official remix of The Knocks' single "Colors" on Big Beat/Atlantic Records. In addition, Fluencee's original song "Better" peaked at #21 on Spotify's Global Viral 50 chart and eclipsed 15M collective online streams.
When he's not spinning at world-renowned events like Electric Daisy Carnival Orlando and Sundance Film Festival, Fluencee lends his unique background and production prowess to inspire others. He was chronicled in YourEDM's Aspire to Inspire series, which profiles individuals who have overcome personal and professional challenges to encourage resilience and change.