Erick Orrosquieta (born August 30, 1991), commonly known by his stage name Deorro, is an American DJ signed to Ultra Records. He formerly used the name TON!C. In 2013, he released the track “Yee” on Hardwell’s label, Revealed Recordings, which charted in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Netherlands, and Switzerland. On 18 March 2014, he released the single “Freak” with Steve Aoki and Diplo. On 24 March 2014, he released the single “Flashlight” with R3hab. He released the single “Five Hours” in April 2014. The track charted in Austria, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland. On 17 May 2014, Deorro announced on his Twitter page he was going to take a break from DJing in order to have a bigger focus on making music and expanding his record label, Panda Funk. He guest-starred on the MTV series Teen Wolf as the DJ. In August 2014 he released the single “Rambo” with J-Trick. On 18 October 2014, Deorro received the award for the highest new entry on the ‘DJmag top 100 DJs 2014’ contest, he hit spot 19. He also played a half-hour set at the ‘DJmag top 100 DJs’ event, which took place during ADE in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. In December 2014, he released the single “Perdoname”, which achieved success in Poland after its appearance in the Microsoft Windows TV commercial. In March 2015, he released a third version of “Five Hours” with Chris Brown, titled “Five More Hours”. The song has charted in Ireland, the Netherlands, and Sweden. On 31 March 2017, Deorro released his debut album, Good Evening, which features 26 tracks, including his new single “Rise and Shine”. Here are all of Deorro’s albums ranked.
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4. Me (2012)
“From this moment the explosion in the genre begins and this album is and will be the reference for many of us. Fast-paced rhythms and vocal tracks that transport you on a psychedelic journey from which you never want to return.”
3. Elevation EP (2013)
“This is a album that you have to be doing something to. you cannot just sit still and listen to this album, you have to be moving your body somehow.”
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2. Can You Hear Me (2012)
“A crazed trip through slamming drum’n’bass and chemical techno. The beats in here are insane, flawlessly mixed and layered. The sound here has yet to be matched by any other artist as far as sheer originality goes.”
1. Good Evening (2017)
“Really beyond-the-beyond hard-beat, jaw-dropping, ear-melting noise. Nothing satisfies like this album when I’m in that mood.”