Bobby D’Ambrosio is a man of many talents, he has enjoyed an illustrious career as a Remixer, Producer and DJ for over 20 years. His skills behind the turntables and his pure love for the music have kept him at the top of his form and the driving force behind his success. Bobby’s Impressive Discography includes remixing artist such as Barry White, Tom Jones, Mark Anthony, Loleatta Holloway, Michelle Weeks, Kim English, Michael Watford, Gloria Gaynor, Gloria Estefan, Vanessa Mae, K.D.Lang, Tevin Cambell, Brand New Heavies, Kamara Lovelace, Toni Childs, Frankie Knuckles, and Ron Carrol. His Biggest Success with “I Like It Like That” by the Blackout Allstars featuring Tito Nieves, was used in a national television commercial for Burger King, which, in turn caused Columbia Records to re-release Bobby’s production. In 1994 Bobby joined Def Mix Productions, one of the most successful dance music production companies in the world
In 1997, Def Mix Label released Bobby’s first single Moment Of My Life featuring Michelle Weeks. The song placed in the top 20 national charts in the UK and has been licensed all over the world.
In 2002 Bobby completed his album entitled “Here I Am”; A garage-style sound Co Produced by Shawn Lucas with vocal collaborations by Michelle Weeks, Kellie Sae, Alishia Hill, CJ, Ronell Bey, Davidson Ospina and Gail Lou De Sanders. Remixes by David Morales, Eric Kupper, and Davidson Ospina insured that the album would become a DJ staple.
In past summers you found Bobby playing regularly at the Space Terrace in Ibiza and the Def Mix summer sessions at Pacha. He also plays all year round throughout Europe. After 10 years Bobby departs from the Def Mix camp and is determined to reach entirely new levels of success. In 2006 Bobby establish his own label OSIO Record and in Dec 2015 he release his latest big work that is “Angels Sing – The Voices of Christmas” a beautiful set of Christmas songs with eminent featured artists turning traditional songs into Soulful House glory that will stay around for many years.
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