Valentino Khan makes everything. The Los Angeles-based DJ and producer is an artist whose music truly knows no bounds. From producing hip-hop tracks for Grammy-winning artists to pumping out electronic club anthems at top venues all over the world, he is continuously evolving his unique personal sound. The world was introduced to the DJ and producer in 2014 when he burst onto the scene with his debut EP "In Khan We Trust" on Skrillex's OWSLA label. Khan's sound possessed a unique versatility, incorporating elements of trap, bass, hardstyle, house, and more into a driving, often heavy sounds that found homes on labels such as Mad Decent, Spinnin Records, and Ultra. In 2015, Khan's original track "Deep Down Low" became an international sensation, earning the title of "Most Played Track" of the year and topping Sirius XM's #1 Song of 2015 on Electric Area. Since then, he has earned a reputation as a remix master with official renditions of DJ Snake’s “Trust Nobody,” Katy Perry’s “Swish Swish,” RL Grime's "Pressure," Alison Wonderland's "Good Enough," Calvin Harris's "One Kiss" and more. His original productions include "Pump," which has over 40M streams on Spotify, "Gold" with Sean Paul and recently releasing his “House Party” EP where you’ll find the viral TikTok anthem “Better” with Wuki. Valentino also has stacked up production credits for the likes of Lil Pump, French Montana, 2 Chainz, T.I, Dizzee Rascal, and more. Khan co-produced the platinum selling “Welcome To The Party,” the main single from the Deadpool 2 soundtrack. His collaborations as a producer further include working with Major Lazer on the RIAA Gold song "Bubble Butt" featuring Bruno Mars & Tyga, which has proven to be a main stage staple for years. On the touring front, Khan sold out his 2019 shows at the iconic San Jose Civic and Hollywood Palladium, featuring a b2b set with Shaquille O'Neal (DJ Diesel) and a surprise appearance by legend Snoop Dogg. His electrifying stage presence and high-energy sets have earned him a loyal international fanbase that follows him from EDC Las Vegas, where he threw down one of the most talked-about sets of the weekend, to the Lollapalooza festival in South America 2019. A heavyweight in his own right, Valentino Khan continues to break barriers with original tracks, production credentials and incredible live sets.