Yellow Claw (DJs)
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Yellow Claw DJs

Yellow Claw is a Dutch DJ and record production duo from Amsterdam[1] consisting of Jim Aasgier (born Jim Taihuttu) and Nizzle (born Nils Rondhuis). The duo's music is a mix of a wide range of genres and often incorporates elements from trap, hip hop, dubstep, big room house, hardstyle and moombahton.[1][2][3]

Career

Yellow Claw first gained popularity in the middle of 2010, after founding and hosting a night party at one of Amsterdam's most famous night clubs, the Jimmy Woo.[1][3] During 2012 and 2013, they released a number of successful singles, which charted on the Dutch and Belgian national charts: "Krokobil", "Nooit Meer Slapen", "Thunder" and "Last Night Ever".[4][5] The music videos for the singles became viral, each gaining over four million views on YouTube.[6] During that time, Yellow Claw performed at many Dutch festivals, such as DirtyDutch Festival, Sneakerz Festival, Latin Village Festival and Solar Festival.[3]

In 2013, Yellow Claw signed to Diplo's label Mad Decent. On 7 March 2013, they released their first international EP Amsterdam Trap Music.[1] In June, they performed at Diplo and Friends on BBC Radio 1,[7] and in July - at the 2013 Tomorrowland Festival.[3] On 26 September 2013, they put out their second EP, titled Amsterdam Twerk Music.[1]

On 1 November 2013, after signing to Spinnin' Records, the group released their first international single "Shotgun", featuring vocals from Dutch singer Rochelle.[8] The single peaked at number 10 in the Netherlands and number 20 in Belgium. On 8 November 2013, Yellow Claw released a collaboration single with Flosstradamus, titled "Pillz", under Fool's Gold Records[9] and Ultra Music.

In 2015, Yellow Claw released their debut studio album, Blood for Mercy.[10] The album's lead single, "In My Room" features American record producer DJ Mustard and American rappers Ty Dolla Sign and Tyga.

On 22 June 2016, Yellow Claw announced on their official Facebook page that MC Bizzey decided to leave the group since he became a father.[11] EDC Las Vegas 2016 was their last show as a trio.

On 31 March 2017, Yellow Claw released their second studio album called Los Amsterdam.[12][13] The album's included several hit songs such as "Light Years" featuring Rochelle, "City On Lockdown" featuring Lil Debbie, "Good Day" features DJ Snake & Elliphant, "Hold on to Me" featuring GTA. The album released under the Mad Decent Label.

In July 2017, Yellow Claw performed on the Mainstage of Tomorrowland 2017.[14] This marked their first ever time as an act on the Mainstage.

They released their third studio album, New Blood, on 22 June 2018.[15] The album features collaborations with a range of producers and singers including San Holo, DJ Snake, ASAP Ferg while comprising singles "Summertime", "Crash This Party", "Bittersweet", "Fake Chanel", "To The Max", "Public Enemy", and "Waiting".

On 12 July 2019, Yellow Claw released their single "Get Up" featuring KIDDO, the song was released under the Roc Nation label although they haven't signed with the label at the time. In August 2019, Yellow Claw officially signed to Roc Nation, followed by the release of their new single "Baila Conmigo" featuring Saweetie, Inna, and Jenn Morel.[16]

Members

Current

  • Jim Taihuttu (known as Jim Aasgier), born 6 July 1981 - DJ and record producer[17]
  • Nils Rondhuis (known as Nizzle), born 6 September 1987 - DJ and record producer[18]

Former

Barong Family

Barong Family Logo

In May 2014, Yellow Claw inaugurated their own label, called Barong Family, which is distributed by Spinnin' Records. The first signed artist was fellow Amsterdam group Mightyfools, and the first official release was the song "Lick Dat" on 2 June 2014.[19] The second single, Yung Felix's "Money Grabber" was released on 25 August 2014.[20] The label has since released an EP by Wiwek, as well as a single by Coone. In 2015, Barong Family separated from Spinnin' Records continuing as an independent music label distributed by INgrooves

In February 2019, Dutch DJ/producer duo Moksi launched a sublabel of Barong Family called "Moksi Family"

Discography

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Yellow Claw". Mad Decent. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Yellow Claw". PartyFolk.nl. Retrieved .
  3. ^ a b c d "Yellow Claw". Tomorrowland Festival. Retrieved .
  4. ^ "Discografie Yellow Claw". dutchcharts.nl. Dutch Charts. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Discografie Yellow Claw". ultratop.be. Ultratop. Retrieved .
  6. ^ "Yellow Claw TV". YouTube. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Sound Pellegrino Thermal Team and Yellow Claw". BBC. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Shotgun (feat. Rochelle) - Single". iTunes. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "Pillz (feat. Green Velvet) - Single". iTunes. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "Blood for Mercy - Yellow Claw". AllMusic. Archived from the original on 2018-02-23. Retrieved .
  11. ^ Meadow, Matthew (2016-06-22). "Yellow Claw Announces to Fans That Mc Bizzey Is Leaving the Group". Your EDM. Archived from the original on 2018-01-13. Retrieved .
  12. ^ Papadatos, Markos (2017-04-02). "Review: Yellow Claw delight on new electronic album 'Los Amsterdam'". Digital Journal. Archived from the original on 2017-10-28. Retrieved .
  13. ^ Leight, Elias (2017-03-31). "Yellow Claw Explain How They Stopped Compromising on 'Los Amsterdam'". Billboard. Archived from the original on 2017-08-19. Retrieved .
  14. ^ Mccallum, Rob (2017-05-16). "Tomorrowland Locks Full Line-up for 2017". DJ Mag. Archived from the original on 2018-02-03. Retrieved .
  15. ^ Meadow, Matthew (2018-06-22). "Yellow Claw Drop Their Third Album, "New Blood"". Your EDM. Archived from the original on 23 June 2018. Retrieved .
  16. ^ https://rocnation.com/yellow-claw/
  17. ^ "Jim Aasgier". PartyFlock. Retrieved 2014.
  18. ^ "Nizzle". PartyFlock. Retrieved 2014.
  19. ^ "Yellow Claw inaugurates Barong Family label alongside Mightyfools". Dancing Astronaut. Retrieved 2014.
  20. ^ "Barong Family". Barong Family via Soundcloud. Retrieved 2014.

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