You may certainly know his music but not his name.
Tim Aeby is the producer behind hit songs such as ‘Claydee feat. Lexy Panterra – Dame Dame’ (already 40 million youtube views) and has made his name a synonym of success.
French-born, this music producer and songwriter has taken the music industry by storm with his creative touch.
At only 31 years of age, Tim has always given his heart to music, dabbling in composing songs and playing the piano, his instrument of choice.
Tim’s introduction to the music industry started as a Dance DJ Producer under the alias Enzo Darren, where he signed with Enhanced Music UK, Flashover Recordings, Sony Music Germany just to name a few.
He achieved several Beatport Top 100s and was presented with a Swedish Plat- inum Award in 2013 for his involvement in the song “John De Son – Dance Our Tears away”.
He has also collaborated with Canadian singer Delaney Jane on the song ‘Adonis’ part of the album ‘Tritonia – Chapter 002’ by Tritonal which peaked at No. 21 in the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Albums in 2016.
However, it wasn’t until after he shifted focus and started collaborating on projects for other artists and fellow songwriters that he discovered his real passion and niche.
He then produced an extensive amount of songs for international acts.
Producing mostly pop and dance music, Tim has released tracks on behalf of Spinning’ Records, Ultra Music and Universal Music.
He has worked with many artists including Lexy Panterra, Jenn Morel, Claydee, Cammora and many others. More recently the song ‘Claydee feat. Jenn Morel – Licky’ peaked at No. 1 on the iTunes Dance Charts in Italy and Greece, No. 13 in Romania, No. 30 in Finland, and No. 36 in Poland. Other successful tracks he has co-written and produced include ‘Cammora – Best Friend’, ‘Nikki Lee, Claydee, Alex Lupa – Donde Estas ‘ and ‘Cayo & Cammora – I Need you Now’.
With a number of new collaborations and several records in the pipeline for US and European artists, it doesn’t sound like Tim Aeby will be stopping anytime soon.
Tim has already quite a few successes and is set to reach higher grounds. We cannot wait to hear more of his creative flair.
Emmy Skylar started working for Debate Report in 2017. Emmy grew up in a small town in northern Manitoba. But moved to Ontario for university. Before joining Debate Report, Emmy briefly worked as a freelance journalist for CBC News. She covers politics and the economy.