|Years active 2009—present|
Associated acts Beyonce, Seal
|Name Monsieur Adi|
|Born 22 August 1986 (age 29) (1986-08-22) |
Genres French house, electro house, synthpop, classical/baroque
Occupation(s) Electronic musician, record producer, remixer
Instruments Piano, violin, keyboards
Albums Fire Fire Fire EP, We Are the Romans - The Remixes
Record labels Sony Music Entertainment, Relentless Records
Similar People Ame, A*M*E, Jamie N Commons, Swiss Lips, Smallpools
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Monsieur Adi is a French-American electronic artist, musician, composer, producer, and remixer. He first became noticed in 2010 for creating official remixes for British pop singer/songwriter Ellie Goulding and has since created official remixes for Beyoncé, Lana Del Rey, Katy Perry, Bastille, The Kooks and others. In 2012, he released his Fire Fire Fire EP, which features the song "Last Stand" in collaboration with British pop singer/songwriter Gary Go. On 23 April 2013, Monsieur Adi announced on Facebook and Twitter that he was "writing and producing music with Seal," to which the British singer/songwriter later confirmed on Twitter.
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- The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour
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Monsieur Adi's sound is a mixture of French house, electro house, synthpop, and classical, combining synthesizers and dance beats with orchestral instruments and compositions. His remixes have been featured on many websites including SPIN, Popjustice, DIY, and official Grammy Blogger Arjanwrites' blog and have been played on various radio stations including Le Mouv' by Laura Leishman in France, BBC Radio 1 by Pete Tong and Juice FM by Dave Whelan in the United Kingdom, George FM in New Zealand, and KCRW in the United States. On 24 July 2013, Monsieur Adi revealed his new single "What's Going On," which features British singer/songwriter A*M*E and interpolates the hit song "Back to Life (However Do You Want Me)" by British R&B band Soul II Soul. The song was used in the online fashion retailer Boohoo.com's 2013 Holiday advertisements. Adi has also done a cover version of Blondie's "Heart Of Glass" for fashion giant H&M's Spring 2014 New Icons campaign. On 21 October 2016, a new single titled "Bad Habits" was released which featured the vocals of American singer/songwriter VÉRITÉ. The single peaked at number eight on the Billboard Spotify Viral Chart. It is expected to be on his debut album After Hours.
The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour
Monsieur Adi was chosen by Beyoncé to support her on the 2014 European leg of her The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour as the official DJ. He opened on all dates, except on 24 February in Birmingham, UK due to The X Factor UK winner Sam Bailey opening as a result of her winning the competition.