Just 3 years ago, Lulleaux released a bootleg remix of Anna Graceman’s “Words” which propelled him to the front of the emerging deep house class, lead by the likes of Kygo, and Sam Feldt.
It’s his melodic touch that attracted the interest of Dutch labels Epic Amsterdam and Dirty Soul, home to hometown heroes Martin Garrix and Bakermat; along with remix work for Rita Ora, Benny Benassi, Marlon Roudette, and supported by the likes of Pete Tong, Tiesto and Booka Shade.
Classically trained in piano, he discovered his love for composition, and songwriting during his college years. Encouraged by his classmates to get his music out, he uploaded his first work on SoundCloud, and it’s been releases ever since, attracting millions of listeners, with a signature sound that knows no borders.
Juggling music production, scoring movie soundtracks, DJing and finishing up his degree in law, Lulleaux can do it all.