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Legendary German producer Felix Jaehn is no stranger to success. His career began when he won the prestigious Bambi Award for his international fame, earning the title as the youngest artist in history to receive 2 Diamond Award certifications. His songs effortlessly glide towards #1 no matter what country and he has received more than 100 gold and platinum records worldwide. His streaming prowess, with over 5 billion plays to-date, propelled him to stages at Tomorrowland, Parookaville, Ultra Miami, and more, not to mention being voted 'Best Dance Act' once again at the German Radio Awards.
 
In 2021, Jaehn made large strides to produce his second studio album “Breathe,” featuring singles that encapsulate his arduous and complex journey as an artist. Through his collaboration with The Stickmen Project, Jaehn has been able to elevate his craft and transform into an icon among dance music fans. Jaehn took his talent to a whole different ball game by releasing the music video for his first hit of 2022, “Rain In Ibiza.” Jaehn maintains his position in the Top 150 Spotify Germany Charts, continuously charting on Germany’s radio Top 30. In his newest sensation “Do It Better,” featuring iconic German popstar Zoe Wees, Jaehn challenges himself further to create a perfect radio pop-leaning hit, getting ready to line up the rest of the year with many other singles. Jaehn’s past extraordinary masterpieces provide an exciting glimpse into what to expect from the multifaceted maestro moving into 2022 and beyond.