Exploding onto the club scene in 2012 and taking dance floors by storm with his epic sets, superstar DJ and Prodigy producer Paige immediately began wowing audiences and redefining the dance music genre with his electric style and contagious energy. Between spinning some of the hottest parties during Miami Music Week, touring the East Coast alongside Avicii, playing the main stage for Robbie Rivera’s Juicy Beach Party at Governors Island in New York, and making his headlining debut at the world famous Pacha NYC, 2012 was the year that Paige let the EDM world know that he is, without doubt, one of the best pure Disc Jockeys on the planet. He put an exclamation point on his breakout year with the release of his massive original track with the legendary Deborah Cox, “Higher”.
Paige continued on his firestorm in 2013, bringing his signature style to clubs, arenas, pool parties and venues all across the country, and his productions made their mark in a big way. Paige was called upon to remix Fergie featuring Q-Tip & Goonrock’s “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody”, and the result was pure magic. The “Paige Festival Remix” was the most popular and best-selling version of the track, and Paige was featured in the music video for the original version of the song. Paige showed off his darker side releasing his own production “All Alone” along with Ossi & Obek, a big room track with eerie vocals that will echo as a club favorite during the Halloween season for years to come. Paige began to seriously make waves with “We’ll Move the World”, a huge release on Robbie Rivera’s Juicy Music Label that skyrocketed to break the top 50 on Beatport in less than a week.
Paige has become one of the most sought after and highly reviewed DJs in the industry with two incredibly successful years in the books. However, 2014 is already shaping up to be the best year yet for the young superstar, as Paige began the year with the inaugural release of his monthly podcast “iPaigeYouRage Radio”, which has fans addicted and craving for more. In addition, the track that started it all, “Higher”, has endured the climb up to and currently stands undisputed at #1 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Charts. The world better be ready to rage with Paige, as he is a force to be reckoned with.