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Will Sparks

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Origin  Melbourne, Australia
Name  Will Sparks
Albums  Another Land
Years active  2012–present

Instruments  Ableton Live
Parents  Barbara McClelland
Role  Musical Artist
Genres  Electro house, Jumpstyle
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Also known as  Fcking Legend, The King
Born  15 March 1993 (age 22)Melbourne, Australia (1993-03-15)
Labels  Sony Music Australia, Bourne Recordings

Occupation(s)  Disc jockey, Producer
Record label  Sony Music Australia

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For the American painter, see Will Sparks (painter).


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William James Sparks (born 15 March 1993) is an Australian producer and DJ from Melbourne, Australia, who is best known for his 2013 single "Bring It Back" with Joel Fletcher and his 2014 single "Ah Yeah So What!" featuring Wiley and Elen Levon.

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He attended Camberwell High School and Caulfield Grammar in Melbourne, but dropped out at the end of year 11 to pursue a musical career. His debut EP was released in Australia and debuted at number 35 in December 2014.

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Sparks has toured America, Europe and Asia and has headlined festivals such as TomorrowWorld, TomorrowLand, Stereosonic and Future Music Festival.

He was named No. 1 Australian DJ in 2014.

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In January 2014, Will Sparks partnered with electronic music lifestyle brand Electric Family to produce a collaboration bracelet for which 100% of the proceeds are donated to Beyond Blue, a company that is working to reduce the impact of anxiety, depression and suicide in the community by raising awareness and understanding, empowering people to seek help, and supporting recovery, management and resilience.

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  • My Time (ft. Alex Jones)
  • Acid Rain (with Joel Fletcher)
  • Stay Up Till The Mornin'
  • Promiscious (wth Laidback Luke)
  • Voices (with KSHMR)
  • Gorilla (with Tyron Hapi)
  • Monsta
  • Crank it Loud (with Orkestrated)
  • References

    Will Sparks Wikipedia