Yellow claw

These heroes of the giant festivals Ultra and Tomorrowland for some two years turned our ideas about dance music. Still true to their motto, "all genres except boring" Yellow Claw continues to juggle musical styles. Trap, dubstep, tropical house, moombahton — in all these genres Yellow Claw feel extremely comfortable. The Yellow Claw project, then another trio, was born in 2010 in the Amsterdam club Jimmy Woo. The guys were great showmen and brilliantly knew how to work with the crowd. The result was not long in coming: endless queues at the entrance, the first popularity. However, the real fame came to Yellow Claw in 2013, when Diplo released two of their EP's on his label, 'Amsterdam Trap Music' and 'Amsterdam Twerk Music'. Support for Diplo and his friends was very helpful. Yellow Claw noticed that they found themselves in the largest festivals of the world. The future was a matter of technique…

In 2015, the same Mad Decent released his debut album 'Blood for Mercy'. 16 tracks recorded with Ty Dolla Sign, Tiga, Beenie Man and (surprise!) Russian group Serebro are extremely popular in the United States. There, the disc is in first place on the Billboard chart and beats the popularity records for sales in the Beatport online store. As a result, Yellow Claw sensationally perform at the Ultra Music and Coachella festivals, as well as sign a long-term resident contract with the Wynn club in Las Vegas.

Now Yellow Claw has its own label. Under the banner of Barong Family United their like-minded, here release their tracks projects Mightyfools, Moksi, the Galaxy and Chace. Parties of the same name are held all over the world, from Shanghai to new York. Today Yellow Claw — this is a duet, Jim Aasgier and Nizzle continue to work together. Their second Studio album, 'Los Amsterdam', was released last March. His recording was attended by diverse musicians-DJ Snake, rapper Lil Debbie, house producers GTA and singer Rochelle.