|Poland - Gromee feat. Lukas Meijer|
"Light Me Up"
Andrzej Gromala, Lukas Meijer, Mahan Moin, Christian Rabb
Gromee feat. Lukas Meijer
| Gromee is a Krakow producer, DJ, remixer, songwriter and music collector. He develops his passions in his hometown - Krakow. He finds himself perfectly in various genres of music, not only club music. Gromee appreciates the sound of live instruments, experiments with music and cooperates with many outstanding musicians and multi-instrumentalists. His live sets are always the best-selected music and sounds that draw the listener. Gromee has been regularly giving concerts all over Poland for a few years, and his sets are hosted in the best clubs and festivals in the country.
As a producer, he has been cooperating with the largest studios in the world for several years, and his solo project has already been sung by Andreas Moe, the song "Gravity" known from the production of Tiesto or Hardwell. Anderz Wrethov song "Live Forever" is a singer, producer, multi-instrumentalist known to a wider audience for his solo work and production for the biggest stars of the Eurovision Song Contest. These pieces played host to Polish and foreign radio stations.
Gromee’s numerous singles has received double platinum, platinum and gold records. This March his debut album, Chapter One, was released. He shared the stage at sold out music festivals with Steve Aoki, Deorro and NERVO and he has also supporting David Guetta, Enrique Iglesias, Alan Walker and Mariah Carey.
Lukas Meijer is a singer and songwriter based in Stockholm, Sweden. He became known with his band No Sleep For Lucy, where he developed his style of singing and the way he writes melodies and lyrics. Lukas is being able to adjust the right feeling to every song he sings without losing his own character on the voice. The same applies to the emotional feeling that he wants to give to the song and the melody.
Lukas and No Sleep For Lucy, had the honour of working with a lot of talented people in the music industry such as Stevie Aiello (30 Seconds To Mars), Tommy Henriksen (Alice Cooper, Hollywood Vampires) and Grammy nominee Mark Holman (Daughtry, Three Days Grace).