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Ingrosso, best known as one of the members of the fabled Swedish House Mafia, has been active in electronic music since 1999. Born in Nacka, Stockholm in Sweden, the house DJ and producer has released music through Size Matters, Refune Records and Ministry of Sound Australia. Sebastian Ingrosso has also been associated with Axwell and Steve Angello, fellow members of Swedish House Mafia, and other artists including Laidback Luke, Kylie Minogue and Alesso. He can be seen behind the turntables at his American concert series, with Ingrosso tickets.
A DJ and pianist, Ingrosso spent his teen years working as a choreographer at his father's studio. He learned how to make music at a young age and his first record was released via Mega Records in 1999. By 2011, he was ranked at the top of the Top 100 DJ list by DJ Magazine and would go on to receive the award for the highest new entry. This feat was previously accomplished by Deadmau5 in 2005. Sebastian runs his own record label, Refune, which has introduced many new artists in the electronic music industry including AN21, Style of Eye, Max Vangeli and Alesso.
Ingrosso has released seven mix albums so far; the first two came out in 2005 and were titled Subliminal Sessions 8 and Mixmag presents Ibiza 4AM. Both were collaborations with Steve Angello and were followed by Ministry of Sound presents Sessions 14 in 2007. In 2008, he released Mixmag Compilation and in 2009, came out with Golden Wave, again with Steve Angello. In 2010, he released two albums; Sensation White – Celebrate Life Official compilation and Mixmag presents Ibiza Closing.
Sebastian Ingrosso has also released a number of singles. His first came in out in 2007 and was titled It's True. It featured Axwell and Salem Al Fakir. During the same year, he also released the song Everytime We Touch, with David Guetta and Steve Angello, featuring Chris Willis. The song gave him his first international hit.
In 2008, he released Show Me Love with Steve Angello, a song that featured Robin S. In 2009, Sebastian Ingrosso released three singles; How Soon Is Now with David Guetta and Dirty South and Umbrella with Steve Angello and Kidsos. In 2012, he released the hit song Calling (Lose My Mind) with Alesso, featuring Ryan Tedder. 2013's Reload was a similar hit, ranking first, third, fourth and fifth on many charts.
Sebastian Ingrosso has also released numerous other records as a result of collaborations with many artists in the electronic music industry. He has released twelve solo singles with the likes of Kylie Minogue, will.i.am, Usher and Britney Spears. He has also released thirty various remixes of famous songs by the likes of Benny Bennasi and other notable artists in the world.
Sebastian Ingrosso was a member of Swedish House Mafia, a Stockholm based Swedish house music super group. Formed in 2005, the group disbanded in 2013 and released songs via labels such as Polydor, UMG and Ministry of Sound Australia. The group was also associated with artists like Pharell Williams, Usher and Tinie Tempah. In 2011, the group ranked Number Ten on the Top 100 DJ list by DJ Magazine and has been dubbed as the face of mainstream progressive house music. In 2012, they were ranked twelfth on the same list and performed their last concert in 2013 as part of the One Last Tour.
As a member of the Swedish House Mafia, he has released numerous hit singles including, One, Miami 2 Ibiza, Until One, Save The World, Antidote, Greyhound and the seminal Don't You Worry Child that propelled the group to worldwide fame.Sebastian can now be seen live at American stages with Ingrosso tickets in hand.