In Miami, at their Masquerade Motel: One Night Stand party in March, Swedish House Mafia debuted the epic "Nillionaire" by rising electronic dance music star Alesso (signed to Ingrosso's label, Refune), who has since gone on to have tremendous Beatport.com chart success with his "Pressure" remix (originally by Nadia Ali, Alex Kenji and Starkillers) and his remix of SHM's latest single, "Save the World."
Now, they introduce you to Zedd, a.k.a. Anton Zaslavski. Hailing from Kaiserslautern, Germany, the 21-year-old Zedd comes from a family of musicians (his father was in several bands and played classical guitar and his mother taught him how to play piano) and began producing electronic dance music in 2009, though he also plays in a metal band called Dioramic. He began receiving EDM acclaim after winning two Beatport.com remix competitions and has had dance charting success with his singles "Autonomy," "The Legend of Zelda" and "Anthem." Zedd has also collabed on mixes for a few folks you may know: Lady Gaga, Black Eyed Peas, Diddy and dubstep star Skrillex.
The three Swedes are unleashing Zedd's new mix of their hit single "Save the World," an electro house banger that has been making it into superstar DJ sets and gathering nods from some of the biggest acts in dance music. "Respect to mister @zedd for his killer Save the world tonight remix, thats the one you've been waiting for!" Afrojack tweeted recently.
MTV News has the exclusive premiere: Stream "Save the World" (Zedd Remix) in the player above. The song will be made available for purchase in the next two weeks.
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