Felix Jaehn was born August 28, 1994. He is a German music producer and DJ, specialising in tropical house. Jaehn was born in Hamburg and raised in Schonberg near Wismar in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Germany. He took violin lessons at the age of 5 and began his DJ career at 16. Jaehn lived in London for a year, where he attended a Point Blank Music College at the age of 17. Afterwards he briefly studied Business Administration at Humboldt-University in Berlin.
In August 2013 he released his debut single "Sommer am Meer". But it wasn't until his remix of OMI's Cheerleader reached #1 on ITunes in 55 countries, the 21-year-old German producer and DJ has achieved international recognition for his forward-thinking yet commercially-appealing sound. The single topped the charts in Germany, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, the Neverlands, Slovakia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. It was also a very popular wedding dance song in the United States. In November 2014, he released the single "Shine". In March 2015, he released the single "Dance With Me". In April 2015, he released a remix of Rufus and Chaka Kahn classic "Ain't Nobody" retitled "Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)" featuring the vocals of Jasmine Thompson (based on an earlier charting version of the song by Thompson). The remix became a massive breakout single and has become one of the biggest tracks of 2015.
Felix does not stop here and produces his next brilliantly catchy tune with his current single Book of Love featuring Polina, whilst already being back in his studio for his first album which is to come out this year, 2016.
Felix Jaehn is such a young talent already making such a huge mark on the house music scene. He's definitely one to watch. His melodic mid-intensity Tropical house flavor has a wonderful upbeat feeling, perfect to take any Monday morning blues and turn your Monday into something to look forward to. There's nothing better to get your workouts feeling more like fun than the right music mix. So many times I hear people complaining about the music at their gyms. Our mission here at FitEDM is to build our library of soundtracks so there will be no more excuses for bad music at your gym. If your gym is playing bad music, be sure to tell them about us.