G-Lati&Mellons feat. Chelsea Davis

G-Lati&Mellons feat. Chelsea Davis
Biography

G-lati, Born on the 14th of November 1974 in Breda, The Netherlands. This is the place where he also grew up and even at a young age he listened to shows of Ben Liebrand and DJ Jean.Trance & Club music runs through G-lati’s veins. By listening to these shows, G-Lati gradually developed his own style of music. At 18 years of age, he enjoyed the music at many clubs such as ‘De Spock’ (Breda) and L’Altromundo Studios (Rimini). When he listened to DJ Tiësto working the tables, who was from Breda as well, he was immediately impressed.

Since that time Trance & Club music had been in his heart forever. After working in various clubs in Calella (Spain), Rimini (Italy) and Malia (Crete) for some time, G-lati decided to focus on producing and composing music. His sources of inspiration are Tiësto, Dazzle, Gareth Emery, Torsten Fassbender and the pioneer of house: Ronald Molendijk. His passion for Trance & Club music has resulted in his first track: Red Robin. The track is like G-lati’s life motto: keep the beat alive!

In 2015 he got in touch with Mellons (former resident DJ in several clubs). Mellons is producing music for decades had several hits with real sexy house tracks. They decided that its time for theworld to enjoy their new original sound. Together they had many releases which reached many charts and resulted in doing several remixes for stars of the 90s.

Also they keep there ears open for new talent, thats how they met talented singer songwriter Chelsea Davis. She has a great voice and a real talent for writing creative lyrics. This resulted in our first project called: Off the ground.

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