OLIVER HELDENS x BECKY HILL – Gecko (Overdrive)




Oliver Heldens (born February 1, 1995) is a producer from the Netherlands. His 2013 song, Gecko (Overdrive), caught the attention of Tiesto, who signed him to his label and will rerelease that track with vocals from Becky Hill on 23 June 2014.  Heldens produces mainly deep house. He also has a radioshow named Heldeep.

Heldens began his professional music career when he signed to Spinnin’ Records in 2013. His first releases on the label include “Stinger” and “Thumper” which features DJ Jacob van Hage.

Later collaborations include “Panther” with ‘Robbie East’ which was released on the Oxygen label on the December 2nd, 2013.

The single “Gecko” was released in the same month on DJ Tiesto’s Muiscal Freedom record label and peaked at number 1 on the DMC Magazine Buzz Chart and was name “Essential New Tune” by BBC’s Pete Tong on January 31st 2014.

In January 2014, Heldens launched his Heldeep Mixtape on his official soundcloud page, creating extended mixes which incorporate different genres of electronic dance music including different types of deep house and tech house.

The first mixtape included his remix of label mate, Martin Garrix’s “Animals” which was largely well received by the press who described the new version as, “leaving us with a completely new anthem with a notable melody left intact.”

Heldens also released a remix of Robin Thicke’s “Feel Good” in 2014 and will be touring the summer festival and night club circuit with appearances at EDCAmnesia IbizaTomorrowland, Departures Ushuaia Ibiza, Creamfields, and Electric Zoo Festival.

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 Becky Hill + Gecko (video) … on Page 2




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