Firstplanet breaks through with 1000 djs

Firstplanet, the e-label created by Gianfranco Bortolotti, has reached an extraordinary target: 1000 DJs in its own roster. With the “Believe, Produce, Fight” claim, the platform aims even higher. Bortolotti talks about a new goal: “Having 1000 DJs on a new label in 8 months, winning all misconceptions on credibility, completely engineered interaction, the spontaneous management of contracts and uploads: this is certainly a striking success in Italy but also in Europe and in the world. We do not have top DJs yet, but we are getting ready to give our artists all the tools that they need to become super professional and produce super records and new successful waves. It is certainly the most important sign of change in the world of music in recent years. So yes, it is a goal for me. Now we aim at 1000 DJs”.

Bortolotti says that unity always means power. “We imagine 5000 DJs and more, in addition to their individual fans, playing on the same day or sharing the same track on the same day. It will be a new tool for promotion and marketing at the same time. I also imagine just the feedback we can have and the tools we can get from it. Fantastic. We are not interested in either the value or the power deriving from it; we want to assert our strategy and launch a phenomenon like Spinnin ‘did with EDM and even before Media Records with the legendary UMM, Heartbeat and above all BXR”. Firstplanet want to engineer all the labels of the Group and offer our technology to all the labels that are willing to embrace the brand AI idea, including the competitors.

Ryuki > Believe on EDMedia (Media Records)

Ryuki is a talented and eclectic Japanese dj who likes living a fashionable lifestyle, EDM and house music

Ryuki Nakada loves EDM and House music, but hip hop and Italian dance sound, too. He recently released “Believe”, a remake of “Un Giorno Credi”, the Gigi D’Agostino’anthem, out now on Media Records. ‘Believe’ is an energetic EDM track, with the distinctive drop and a strong super bass, and it can drive the dancefloor crazy.

Born in Tokyo in 1994, Ryuki took part in various fashion shows in Tokyo and he had his graduation in Komatsu Otani High School.

What are you working on now?

“I’ve a lot of projects at this time and a new EDM track is ready to be released. I’m really busy with my fashion shows and gigs in the Tokyo clubs, but I always find time for a studio session”.

What do you think about the collaboration with Media Records?

“Media Records started a collaboration with Japanese producers. It’s a great opportunity for Japan to join European EDM scene”.

In your opinion, who’s the next top influencer artist on the dance scene?

“Justin Bieber”.

Techno or House: which genre do you throw out of the window?

“I save techno”.

Who is the artist you admire most or the one who inspires you?

“Diplo and Skrillex”.

Your opinion about your “Believe”?

“Low frequencies are the distinctive element of this track, like in the future house of the beginning and in the contemporary bass music”.

Available on:

Spotify → http://spoti.fi/2dJ4LOW
Beatport → http://btprt.dj/2dJ4Mm2
iTunes → http://apple.co/2dJ6xj9
Traxsource → http://bit.ly/2dJ5G22