Bob Sinclar


Bob Sinclar, born in 1969, real name Christophe LeFriant, is a French record producer, DJ, remixer and co-owner (with DJ Yellow) of the label Yellow Productions. Sinclar started DJing in 1986, when he was just 18 years old, specializing in funk and hip-hop music, with the name Chris The French Kiss. His first club hit was Gym & Tonic, a track produced by Thomas Bangalter of Daft Punk, featuring unauthorized vocals taken from a Jane Fonda fitness tape. The Bob Sinclar persona was based on a character from Philippe de Broca's film Le Magnifique. Sinclar is famous for popularizing the french touch of house music, with heavy use of sampled and filtered disco strings. His track Feel For You, a tribute to french musician Cerrone, from his second album Champs Elysées, hit #9 in the UK Top 40. On track Darlin', he worked with vocalist James D-Train Williams. Sinclar has also worked under other pseudonyms. Under the aliases The Mighty Bop and Reminiscence Quartet, he has dabbled in hip-hop and acid jazz. He also created the Africanism project, where an ensemble of artists produce house music with a combination of latin, jazz, african and tribal flavors. In 2005 he scored a hit with his single Love Generation, that reached #1 on the Australian ARIA Singles Charts and the German Media Control Single Charts in 2006. The song was a huge success throughout Europe, also peaking at no. 2 in the Dutch Top 40. The followup hit was World, Hold On, that features Steve Edwards and also managed...

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