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Over the course of a musical career which has spanned close to 20 years, Sami Dee, aka " Le Flamant Rose " or " The Flamingo ", has been a champion of house music in numerous capacities, including as DJ, producer, and remixer.
Sami Dee is not only known throughout France, including his home base of Paris, where he has thrilled numerous dancefloors, including at such clubs as 287, Red Light, Rex, les Bains, Queen, and the Mix, but also around the globe, in such cities as Montréal (Stereo, Circus, Beach Club), Miami, London, Prague, Warsaw, Geneva, Zürich, Algiers, and Florence. Another key stop in his vast career was at the legendary Red Zone in New York City, where he had the advantage of meeting the “Boss” himself, David Morales, who tutored the young DJ in the early 1990s.
The multi-talented veteran has also been a staple on European radio for over a decade; first with NRJ, co-hosting “Better Days” with Bibi, during a classic four-year run which saw the show broadcast in France, Switzerland, and Belgium, and most recently, on Radio FG, for over eight years.
Furthermore, Sami Dee may be an even more recognizable name as a producer, with over forty original productions and remixes on his résumé. In fact, Sami recorded his first #1 hit in the U.K. with “Something About the Music”, under the pseudonym Da Slammin’ Phrogz, and has also twice hit the #2 position on the French dance charts during his career. This led to numerous remixing opportunities over the years for such artists as Ophélie Winter, Dimitri From Paris, Farley Jackmaster Funk, and CeCe Peniston.
However, he may be most famous for the ultimate version of Crystal Waters’s classic, re-producing “Gypsy Woman 2006” with studio partner Freddy Jones, for Antoine Clamaran’s Disco Ball Records, in which he received support from such DJs as David Morales, Kenny Carpenter, Todd Terry, DJ Pierre, and Bob Sinclar. The track has since been licensed numerous times, including to compilations for Cream and Pacha. David Morales was so impressed with the track he commissioned Sami to remix his next single, "Drip"on Def Mix Records, played in all the best house clubs around the world.
Since 2007, SamiDee has not only remixed tracks for numerous artists (such as Clubland, Chynna Blue, Oliver N’ Goma, Kris Kaeser) with Freddy Jones, but has also broken into the lucrative Canadian market by signing with the Montréal-based DeepSound Records, releasing “Metal Alarm” and “Da Fly”, both hits, as well as the EP “Sunrise in Paris”, without forgetting his remix of “Stoned” by Max Julien, all with incredible worldwide support. In September 2008, his remix of “Sweet Sensuality” by former Imagination singer Leee John, released on American label Direxion Entertainment, became his latest international smash reaching #32 in US Dance Billboard . Since 2009, Sami has been working for Morgan King, former Clubland in the ’90’s, remixing Charma, Linda Dsouza and Clubland’s smash-hits " Hold On & Let’s Get busy" released on Accidental Music UK.
In 2010 his progressive single " Da Boston Groove" was released on Connected Records, France.
In 2011 Sami Dee remixed Kenny Carpenter’s new single ( Ex-Studio 54 Dj ), " Heaven Knows", released on Tony Humphries lable Tony Records, USA. His new Single with British Performer Charma " Clash Of The Titans" was released that summer on Accidental Music UK and supported by Frankie Knuckles, Kenny Carpenter, Hector Romero and RLP.
In 2012, Sami Dee co-produced 4 songs of David Morales new album " Changes "on Ultra Records, The first single " You just don’t love me", " 7 Days", " Fall In Love", and " Golden Era " featuring British singer Roisin Murphy released as the third single.
Frankie Kuckles in march 2012 released Sami Dee’s Edit of his new Director’s Cut Projet featuring B. Slade " Get Over U" that hold #1 on Traxsource for 11 days in a row .
Later on that year, Sami Dee was back in the Remix with his old time friend Bibi for Morgan King’s " Free" on Accidental Music UK,. in Summer 2012, Sami Dee released 2 singles " There Is No david Getha tonite" and " We’re comin’ from Chicago" on Mujzieek Records, Austria.
Already considered as one of the new breed of the new French Revolution, which includes Antoine Clamaran, David Guetta, Bob Sinclar, and Dimitri From Paris, Sami Dee’s career is still very much on the rise. Although he has crossed the globe and has released some of the most recognizable house music staples during his illustrious career, the best is yet to come.