Why now is the time for Sigala to step into the spotlight
With 52 million streams in Australia alone, UK act Sigala is quickly becoming one of the world’s biggest producers.
Surrounding himself with some huge collaborators, the British DJ has been strategic in allowing his music to do the talking. Now it’s time for him to step into the spotlight and introduce himself to the world.
His debut album Brighter Days featured the likes of Kylie Minogue, Craig David, John Newman, Nile Rogers, Paloma Faith, Meghan Trainor, French Montana and Ella Eyre. An impressive roster for any producer finding their feet.
Lead single ‘Came Here For Love’ went 2x Platinum in Australia, while ‘Easy Love’ and ‘Sweet Lovin’ both went Platinum. ‘Lullaby’ and ‘Just Got Paid’ were certified Gold.
His highest airplay peak Down Under was ‘Sweet Lovin’ (#9 on the TMN Hot 100), while ‘Easy Love’ (#13) and ‘Came Here For Love’ (#22) both performed well at radio.
It’s hard to go into an Australian nightclub without hearing at least one of these songs, further proving his rising star.
With an established discography of recognisable tracks, Sigal has perfectly cemented his name and tropical EDM fusion in the industry.
Teaming up with Becky Hill for his first release since that debut album, ‘Wish You Well’ continues the groovy tropical sound. Sigala matches Hill’s soulful and powerful vocals with a retrospective tropical beat. It’s perfect for the UK summer as Australian audiences dream of a warmer climate.
Sigala has tapped into a growing market of songs that can be flexibly played in clubs and on radio without being remixed. He’s found that in-between sound that will keep you energised during the day and dancing through the night.
Sigala knows how to create a hook that resonates and that’s a proven fact, so it’s time to get well acquainted because you’re going to keep hearing more from him in 2019.