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Los Angeles native Erick Orrosquiesta, known as Deorro, has found major success as a DJ and producer of anthemic EDM/house tracks. Debuting in the early 2010s with tracks blending elements of Dutch house, big room house, and Melbourne bounce, he scored a worldwide hit with 2014's "Five Hours," which became even bigger when he reworked it with Chris Brown as "Five More Hours" in 2015. "Bailar," with Elvis Crespo, followed in 2016, and the hits appeared on Deorro's 2017 full-length debut, Good Evening. The producer continued concentrating on Latin dance sounds, featuring artists such as Los Tucanes de Tijuana and Puerto Rican rapper Jon Z on his second album, 2022's ORRO. Orrosquiesta began making music and spinning records as a teenager in West Covina, California. He first started releasing material under the name TON!C around 2010. After he developed a following through his SoundCloud page, he reached a wider audience in his early twenties, from 2012 through 2014, with extensive touring, as well as brash solo releases and collaborations on the Dim Mak and Mad Decent labels. Among his highlights were "Dechorro" (2013), "Freak" (2014), and "Five Hours" (2014), the last of which reached the Top Ten in France and Belgium. Additionally, he remixed tracks by the likes of Laidback Luke ("Pogo"), Steve Aoki ("Ooh"), and Gareth Emery ("Lights & Thunder"), and launched his Panda Funk label. Deorro's momentum continued with "Five More Hours" (featuring Chris Brown, 2015) and "Bailar" (featuring Elvis Crespo, 2016), both of which went Top Ten in multiple territories. A slew of additional singles followed into 2017 when he issued his debut collection, Good Evening. He continued his prolific run in 2018 with nearly a dozen single releases, including "Shakalaka" with Steve Aoki, "Dracarys" with Dirty Audio, and "Bring It Back" with MAKJ and Max Styler. He also teamed up with Quintino and MAKJ for the high-energy single "Knockout." "Muñequita Linda," a single with Juan Magán and MAKJ featuring YFN Lucci, was certified Latin Gold. Deorro continued issuing singles, with an increasing emphasis on Latin dance styles. His 2019 output included "Pica" (with Elvis Crespo and Henry Fong), "Keep It Goin'" (with Danny Ávila), and "Left Right" (with Hardwell and MAKJ featuring Fatman Scoop). 2020's "Beso" melded pop-reggae with trap, and 2021 brought collaborations with Jon Z, Crespo, Gente de Zona, and more. Many of these were featured on 2022's ORRO, the producer's first Latin dance album. Other guests included Ally Brooke, Dylan Fuentes, and Fulanito. He additionally collaborated with Tiësto on a single called "Savage."
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