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Call Me Papi (feat. Dawty Music) Feder, Ofenbach, Dawty Music 02:20
Strangers Feder 02:56
Goodbye (feat. Lyse) Feder, Lyse 03:21
I Don't Wanna Dance Feder 02:41
Me, Myself and Miami (feat. Kairos Grove) Feder, Kairos Grove 02:38
Control (feat. Bryce Vine & Dan Caplen) Feder, Bryce Vine, Dan Caplen 03:20
Lordly (feat. Alex Aiono) Feder, Alex Aiono 03:16
Goodbye (feat. Lyse) Feder, Lyse 04:51
Cosa Fai Feder 02:30
Breathe Feder 03:03

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I Don't Wanna Dance

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Hadrien Federiconi (September 5, 1987), better known as Feder, is a French DJ and producer from Nice. Armed with a knack for atmospheric textures and dance-oriented pop hooks, he began producing at the age of 20 while living in London. After returning to France to study sound engineering, Feder settled in Paris and quickly gained recognition for his remixing skills. In 2014, one of those remixes, a version of Rodríguez’s “Can’t Get Away,” generated a lot of hype online, garnering the attention of Atlantic Records. With the support of a major label, Feder went on to top the charts in France, Belgium, and Switzerland with his 2015 single “Goodbye,” featuring singer Lyse. The track also helped him win the Best New French DJ category at the NRJ DJ Awards. Follow-up singles “Blind” (2015) with Emmi and “Lordly” (2016) with Alex Aiono both managed to break into the Top 10 in France as the producer continued to collaborate throughout 2017 with artists such as Daecolm (“Back for More”) and Julian Perretta (“Private Dancer”). That year, Feder scored another Top 10 hit with the song “Breathe,” included in the EP of the same name. In 2018, he produced Mylène Farmer’s Désobéissance. Subsequently, Feder collaborated with American singer Upsahl on the single “Let There Be Drums” (2021) and recruited Paris-based electronic music duo Ofenbach for the track “Call Me Papi” (2021), which made its way into the French Top 200.