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It is hard to believe that, given the already glistening career of the Danish dance maestro, it has taken Kid Massive this long to release a debut solo album. At long last, however, we can look forward to the release of ‘A Little Louder’, which promises to be his finest achievement to date. There can be no doubting that this lengthy anticipation has made the end result all the sweeter – as they say, good things come only to those who wait.

It is no coincidence that KM’s career at the top has spanned more than a decade. His ability to remain on the cutting edge of music is coupled with an immense versatility and a fine ability to consistently produce fresh and original sounding music. Using all the expertise that this experienced producer has amassed over his years, combining a unique brand of pop and house crossover, we welcome with great excitement what promises to be Kid Massive’s crowning moment.

It all started for Benjamin Pedersen back in the early noughties, gaining recognition as one part of the dance act Geeza. Fusing electro-clash, punk and hooligan house, Geeza went on to record the critically acclaimed album, ‘This Is Beyond Criticism’. The record was championed by dance legends Mark Moore and Damien Lazarus. This was KM’s first taste of success and the band went onto embark on a successful Scandinavian tour. Following this, he changed direction and went on to mastermind and produce a downbeat jazz album entitled ‘Suite Dreams’ under the guise of Malou, which became a radio sensation in his home country of Denmark and neighbouring Sweden.

It was not until 2004 that Kid Massive found his calling in house music. Signing to legendry label Slip & Slide he delivered his first international hit ‘Get Busy’ in 2008, which reached number 2 in the Beatport chart. Building on this achievement, he released two hugely successful reworks of seminal classics ‘Music Is The Answer’ and ‘Touch Me (In the Morning)’. The latter was released on Roger Sanchezs ‘Stealth Records’, launching Kid Massive onto the world stage and establishing him as one of the most important purveyors of international dance music.

Fast-forward to 2010 and clocking up support from dance music’s elite including Roger Sanchez, TV Rock, Bob Sinclar, Eddie Thoneick and Avicii, Kid Massive continued to gain respect with releases ‘Pride (A Deeper Love)’ and ‘Home’. The first of these, a rework of the C&C Music Factory classic, complete with an epic remix from John Dahlbäck, gained radio support across the globe and achieved top-notch reviews in both IDJ and Mixmag, propelling it to number 5 in the UK Buzz chart.

Hot on its heels was ‘Home’, the powerhouse collaboration between KM, Grammy Award winning artist Paul Harris (from Dirty Vegas), Michael Gray of Full Intention fame and sultry vocalist Sam Obernik. Hailed as ‘Ibiza summer magic’ and championed by Pete Tong on Radio 1, ‘Home’ hit an even more impressive number 2 in the UK Buzz Chart and number 5 in the Cool Cuts Chart.

As a resident for the famed clubbing brand Kinky Malinki, KM regularly plays at London’s most notorious bastions of club culture including Ministry of Sound and Pacha. On the back of the success of his recent tour of Australia and having rocked festival tents and dance floors the world over this year, Kid Massive now turns his focus to his highly anticipated debut artist album due for release in late 2011.

Alongside his own production work, KM is also head-honcho of the swiftly rising label Get Down Recordings. Home to his most recent hits including the hugely successful ‘Sweat’, and with an upcoming release schedule packed to the rafters with fresh and exciting talent from around the world, we can be sure to expect big things from this imprint in the months and years to come.

As the year really gets under way, it’s clear Kid Massive is on course to deliver… and then some.