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Cédric Gervais

Cedric Gervais is a French DJ/producer and actor best known for his multi-platinum, Grammy-winning remix of Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness" (2013). In addition to his hit with Del Rey, Gervais has remixed tracks by dozens of other pop and rock artists for the dancefloor, and has actively released original material since the early 2000s. He operates the Sleaze and Sleaze Industry labels, and also counts heavyweight dance imprint Ultra and major-label Island among the outlets for his releases. Gervais' full-length projects have alternated from production albums such as Experiment (2006) and Miamication (2011) to commercial DJ mixes. Gervais, born Cédric DePasquale in Marseille, got his start as a teenaged resident DJ at LeQueen in his native Paris. He relocated to Miami Beach in 1998 for the sake of advancing his career. Within only three years, he was releasing his own productions for Ultra sublabel You, and his first commercial DJ mix, The House Sessions, was issued in 2003. By then, he was an in-demand remix producer, but he continued to release original material on 12" -- often through his digital Sleaze and physical Sleaze Industry labels -- and put together his first artist album, Experiment, in 2006. Miamication, his second LP, followed in 2011. The next two years were his biggest yet. The single "Molly" topped out at number five on the U.K. dance chart, and was sampled by Tyga for the hit of the same title. Even more successful was Gervais' 2013 remix of Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness" -- a Top Ten pop hit in the U.K., Australia, and U.S., certified multi-platinum status in the latter two countries, and winner of that year's Grammy for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical. Subsequently commissioned for remixes of tracks by Miley Cyrus, David Guetta, and Kelly Clarkson, among others, Gervais also teamed with Guetta and singer Chris Willis for a remake of Charles & Eddie's "Would I Lie to You?" Gervais' rate of output slowed a bit across 2020 and 2021, but he continued balancing remixes with original productions, and in 2022 was prolific again with "Hype," "Only One Night," and "Blue" accounting for some of his singles.
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