Born and raised in the UK, Harrison has accomplished a lot within the music industry as a raw, talented vocalist and DJ still only in his early 20s. With an impressive live show that combines these talents and which Harrison has taken across Europe, Asia, North America and Africa, his talented songwriting and individualistic voice has led to support from the biggest names in dance including Tiësto, David Guetta, Avicii, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Radio 1’s Danny Howard and beyond…
Harrison was able to appeal to the best of the best with his distinct, catchy lyrics and one-of-a-kind voice which, after early collaborations with the likes of David Guetta, also enticed the #1 DJ Mag Top 100 DJ at the time, Hardwell. Joining forces for the controversial track ‘Sally’ & ‘Earthquake’, the unique stance of risqué lyrics paired with main stage dominating production became one of the most played and most spoken-of tracks on Hardwell’s album ‘United We Are’, also reaching #1 status in the Netherlands.
Cranking things up another gear, Harrison went on to release a slew of tracks with Laidback Luke on his first artist album in 13 years (‘Never Rave Again’), EDM-pop powerhouse Steve Aoki (‘Holding Up The World’), Dannic & Lucky Date (‘Mayday’), also continuing his collaborative streak with Thomas Gold (‘Take Me Home’) and VINAI (‘Sit Down’ ‘Get Ready Now’ & ’The Wave’ ), spanning the emotive to the party-starting – 2018 was his year to step out of the shadows and shine of his own accord.
Launching his own Outlaw imprint after the success of his Armada, Spinnin’ and Revealed Recordings releases, a new dawn emerged for Harrison with ‘Blinding My Vision’, laying out an ambitious path of future bass that merges with his vocal flair. Fuelling the excitement of his Tracks ‘2 White Lies’ with Kill The Buzz & ‘In My Bloodstream’ creating his own unique sound and proving his passion in stepping out solo, Harrison has signed an international record deal with Universal Germany.
CREDITS INCLUDE: The Vibrators, Knox, Fallen Angels, Urban Dogs