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Porter Robinson


Electro home genre maker and disk jockey that has released well known singles such as for example “Vocabulary” and “Easy.” He in addition has collaborated on remixes of significant songs such as for example “Less Proceed” and “We Zero Speak Americano.” He was just 12 years of age when he 1st started generating. He instantly struck gold following a launch of his 1st single, “State My Name,” which gained the #1 i’m all over this Beatport’s Electro Home chart. He offers collaborated with high-profile performers such as for example Skrillex, Avicii, and Yolanda Become Cool. He was raised and resided in Chapel Hill, NEW YORK. He remixed the girl Gaga track “The Advantage of Glory.”

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Full Name Porter Robinson
Date Of Birth July 15, 1992
Place Of Birth Chapel Hill, NC
Profession DJ
Nationality American
Parents Nick Robinson
Siblings Robert Robinson, Nick Robinson, Mark Robinson
Nominations World Music Award for World's Best Electronic Dance Music Artist
Star Sign Cancer

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