Producer on the rise on the new French electro scene, BLV started getting noticed on Soundcloud with his record-busting remixes for Nelly Furtado, Rihanna and 2Pac. He quickly went on to produce his own tracks before writing the instrumental for one of the biggest hits of 2015, “On Verra” by French rapper Nekfeu. The single was certified triple diamond with more than 100 million aggregated streams, a nomination to “les Victoires de la Musique” and the prize CSDEM of the most streamed song.
He was picked to remix many international artists, including Imagine Dragons, LP or BØRNS, before releasing his 1st EP “Suave” which entered the Apple Music charts at #5 and totted up millions of plays. We see him reconnect with his first love, groovy rhythmic tracks peppered with vocal samples, abstract hip-hop & chill house vibes.
Collaborations kept pouring in and as the versatile artist that he is, BLV boasts extraordinary chameleonic skills. He produced singles for French artists of all backgrounds as Brocken Back (co-production of the last single ‘The Sonner The Better’), Mai Lan (arrangements of the single ‘Vampire’) and Isha (production of the title ‘Rien’) and he travels across the world to write songs.
In 2018, he released “Warrior” - a single that totted up 2 million aggregated streams along with a meaningful music video shot in Thailand - and his 6-titles second EP ‘Chrysalide’, produced between Paris and Los Angeles. This EP is carried by the pop-house timeless anthem ‘Badunkadunk’, a track full of summer vibes and sexyness which became a hit in France, gathering more than 5 million streams, 6000 radios plays, 50k shazam and most of all, 13 million views on the video!
Onstage, after playing at Solidays festival, Printemps Solidaire and French clubs, BLV has recently finally signed to French promoter MIALA and he’s about to tour.
He recently opened for Synapson show at the infamous theatre Olympia in Paris.
November 23d, French electro-chill master BLV is back with a fresh & funky anthem, fueled with R&B vibes : the well named ‘Sexplanations’, with vocals by Belgium uprising Jay Novus. Hot.