Static Revenger
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Static Revenger

Static Revenger
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Background information
OriginDetroit, Michigan
GenresHouse, electronic, disco
DJ, record producer
LabelsSony Music, Ministry of Sound, Dim Mak Records, Interscope, EMI, Warner Music, OneLove, Vicious Vinyl
Inner City, Charm Farm, Long Distance, Love Song Surprise,

Dennis White also known as Static Revenger and Latroit, is a Grammy winning American record producer,[1] songwriter,[2] artist and DJ[3] working with electronic dance music.


Static Revenger is best known for the Platinum selling Dance Music releases I Like That & Happy People, which was charted by Fatboy Slim on Beatport as one of the top 10 Dance Music recordings of the decade.[4] As an artist, writer, and producer, he has credits on over 3.5 million records sold worldwide, and seven #1 Billboard club chart remixes for artists such as Swedish House Mafia[5] and Hans Zimmer.[6]

Before using the pseudonym 'Static Revenger', Dennis White got his start in Dance Music when introduced to Kevin Saunderson from the influential Detroit Techno group 'Inner City', and was hired as the music director for the Inner City 'Big Fun' world tour from 1989 to 1990[7][8] and signing as one of the first artists on KMS Records, Saunderson's Record Label imprint.

At the conclusion of the Big Fun tour, he went on to found the regionally successfully alternative pop band Charm Farm in Detroit, Michigan. Charm Farm released one Album, Pervert, on Mercury Records, scoring minor success with the single 'Superstar', and performing show's with notable Detroit artists ranging from Kid Rock and Insane Clown Posse to Juan Atkins and Richie Hawtin.

In addition to maintaining an international presence as an artist and producer, White composes for TV and Film. He co wrote The Zing[9] with Adam Sandler, which featured the vocals of Adam Sandler, Selena gomez, Cee-lo Green, and Adam Sandberg, and was the closing theme in the Sony Pictures feature film Hotel Transylvania, which opened at #1 at the US box office.[9]

In 2013, Dim Mak Records which is owned by Steve Aoki,[10] released Back Off, Bitch!,[11] by Static Revenger ft Kay., followed by Colors at Night[12] in early 2014.


Singles / EPs

Year Title
1999 Supernatural
2001 Where I'm Going
2001 Happy People
2004 Breathless
2004 Everyone
2001 So High
2006 Round And Round
2007 Ooh La La
2008 Everything Is Beautiful
2009 How Does It Feel
2009 Into The Deep
2010 I Like That
2010 Skin I'm In
2010 Long Time
2010 Vegas
2011 Light It Up
2012 Aphrodisiac
2012 Turn The World On (feat. DEV)
2013 Bullet Train
2013 Back Off, B*tch! (feat. Kay)
2014 Colors at Night


Year Artist Title
1998 Freshmaka Everyone
1998 Hysteric Ego Time To Get Back
1999 Dave Audé I Am The Freshmaka
2001 Detroit Grand Pubahs One Hump Or Two
2001 Michael Moog You Belong To Me
2002 Felix Da Housecat Silver Screen Shower Scene
2002 Tyrrell Alright, Alright
2002 Supreme Beings of Leisure Divine
2002 The Crystal Method Wild, Sweet & Cool
2002 Kinky Cornman
2002 Ball Parc Playerz Of R Timez
2002 Weekend Players Into The Sun
2003 Fannypack Hey Mami
2003 Cooler Kids All Around The World
2003 Weekend Players Into The Sun
2004 Brothers Behind The Light If You Wanna Be Yourself
2005 Richard Vission Need You Tonight
2006 Static Revenger Round & Around
2007 Ror Shak Fate Or Faith
2007 Moussa Clarke Love Key
2007 Paul van Dyk Home
2009 Jean-Claude Ades Shingaling
2009 30 Seconds To Mars Night of the Hunter
2009 Lolene Sexy People
2009 Femi Kuti Femi
2010 Scarlett Belle Closure
2010 Lady Antebellum Need You Now
2010 Natasha Bedingfield Touch
2010 Static Revenger Feat. Luciana Skin I'm In
2010 Lolene Rich (Fake It Til You Make It)
2010 V.V. Brown Shark in the Water
2010 Swedish House Mafia Miami 2 Ibiza
2010 Meck Like A Prayer
2010 Enrique Iglesias I Like It
2010 OK Go White Knuckles
2011 Eva Not My Daddy
2011 The Potbelleez From The Music
2011 Miley Cyrus Who Owns My Heart
2011 Stan Walker Loud
2011 Stan Walker Light It Up
2011 DEV Bass Down Low
2011 Enrique Iglesias I Like How It Feels
2011 Shakira Loca
2011 DEV In The Dark
2011 Hans Zimmer Angry And Dead Again
2011 Jason Derulo Test Drive
2012 Aura Dione Friends
2012 Dev & Enrique Iglesias Naked
2012 Anjulie Fucking Sexy
2012 The Crystal Method I'm Not Leaving
2012 Static Revenger & Angger Dimas Long Time (Takin' My Time)
2012 Cedric Gervais Molly
2012 Kwanza Jones Time To Go
2012 Havana Brown We Run The Night
2012 Jin Akanishi Aphrodisiac
2012 Kaz James Drums
2013 Dave Winnel Draw Your Guns
2013 DJ Rap With You
2014 Latroit More
2014 My Crazy Girlfriend Crazy Stupid Love
2014 Example 10 Million People
2014 Stonebridge You Can Have It All

Music Videos

Year Title
2001 Happy People
2008 Sweetest Day
2010 I Like That
2010 Skin I'm In
2011 Light It Up
2011 Vegas
2012 Turn The World On (feat. DEV)
2013 Bullet Train
2013 Back Off, B*tch
2014 Colors at Night
2014 Satellite


  1. ^ Glazer, Joshua. May 2002. "The Next 100". URB Magazine. URB Vol. 12, No. 93, Pg. 92
  2. ^ June 2002. Billboard Magazine. Vol. 120, No. 23, Pg. 65. ISSN 0006-2510
  3. ^ Brusca, Donny. The Bpm List: A Music Reference Guide for Mobile Djs New York. Shonnon Dodd, Inc. 2005. Pg. 171.
  4. ^ "Fatboy Slim's Top 10 of the 00'S". Beatport. Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^ "URB Premier :: Swedish House Mafia "Miami 2 Ibiza" (Static Revenger Remix) (MP3)". URB Magazine. Retrieved 2014.
  6. ^ "Hans Zimmer - Angry And Dead Again". Discogs. Retrieved 2014.
  7. ^ "(Un)lucky Charms". Metrotimes. Retrieved 2014.
  8. ^ Sicko, Dan. Techno Rebels: The Renegades Of Electronic Funk New York. Billboard Book, Inc. 1999. Pg. 84.
  9. ^ a b Hotel Transylvania
  10. ^ Dim Mak Records
  11. ^ "Static Revenger + Kay* - Back Off, Bitch!". Discogs. Retrieved 2014.
  12. ^ "Static Revenger Feat Kay* - Colors at Night". Discogs. Retrieved 2014.

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