Zaeden – The Heartthrob DJ


Zaeden – The Heartthrob DJ

Name : Sahil Sharma
Stage Name : Zaeden
DOB : 2/7/1995
Height : NA
Occupation : Disk Jockey, Record Producer, Manufacturer

The Indian DJ and producer Zaeden is best known for remixing Coldplay’s Magic, Maroon 5’s Animals and Don’t Wanna Know, and Justin Bieber’s Love Yourself. Zaeden was born in New Delhi, India on July 2, 1995. Zaeden’s family has relocated to New Delhi, India. His father’s given name is Ashish Sharma, and his mother’s given name is Latika. He received his training at The Heritage School and graduated from Amity College in Noida. In his school years, he played both piano and tabla; by the age of 14, he was a DJ. At the age of 14, he and his friends created and sold a dance music mixing tape.

According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Zaeden’s net worth is roughly $1.5 million. In the year 2014, he released his first single “Land of Lords” alongside Syzz. In 2017, he worked on the song “Tere Jaane Se.” He began his career at the age of 14 when he released and distributed a dance music mixing cassette to his buddies. That enables him to release his debut song, “Land of Lords,” in 2014. Throughout the year 2015, he signs with Spinnin’ Data and releases his track “Yesterday,” a collaboration with the well-known American DJ Borgeous. Sharma performed as the closing performance at DJ David Guetta’s Mumbai event in 2016. That same year, he became one of the few Indian musicians to perform at Belgium’s Tomorrowland Festival, where he debuted “Yesterday” with his remix of Justin Bieber’s “Love Yourself.” Sharma released his second Spinnin’ track, “Never Let You Go,” in July of that year, in collaboration with DJ pair Nina & Malika. Cimo Frankel sang on the single, and the music video was shot around Europe.
 
In June 2019, he appeared at the Tonesbox music event. Sharma released his official remix of Maroon 5’s collaboration with American rapper Kendrick Lamar, “Don’t Wanna Know,” in 2017. He also released his third song, “City of Lonely Hearts,” featuring Cimo Frankel, and had previously planned his Bollywood debut with Raghav Mathur. He was one of the opening performers for Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour in Mumbai the same year.

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