German producer/DJ Felix Jaehn seems to be living the life. When the young artist isn’t busy working on his outstanding collection of new tunes, he’s constantly preparing himself for an insanely packed touring schedule that has him traveling all across the world. Within the past year, he’s shown us all that his musical talents reach much further than his 2015 anthemic remix of OMI’s “Cheerleader,” and has picked up support from artists all across the globe. His most recent collaboration “Can’t Go Home” with Steve Aoki and Adam Lambert was an instant hit, and his song with Hitimpulse, “Cut The Cord,” showed off a whole new musical edge to Felix Jaehn that had him stepping away from his well-known tropical house sound. With more music on the way, we can only expect that his rise in fame will only keep growing. Just by taking one look at his Instagram, we can gather a lot from what Felix Jaehn’s life is already like as one of the world’s leading dance music artists.


He’s Always On The Go
Just last week he was tearing up North America with shows and festival appearances ranging from the east coast to the west coast, and now he’s currently playing all over Europe.

Enjoying SF before leaving for Paris tomorrow! ✌️

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He’s Been Supporting His Home Country By Creating Germany’s Official Song for the UEFA Championship
What better way to support your home team than by creating their official anthem? Featuring the renowned German musician Herbert Gronemeyer, Felix Jaehn’s “Jeder für jeden” is Germany′s Official 2016 Euro Soccer Championship Song.

#NIRGER #EURO2016 #JederfuerJeden

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He’s Got Some Pretty Cool Friends
Not only is Felix Jaehn’s music being applauded by some of the biggest music artists in the world, but he’s been lucky enough to collaborate and perform alongside some of his closest producer friends.

💃💃💃 @martingarrix @steveaoki

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He’s Always Humble and Knows How to Pack A Stadium
One of the most favorable traits about Felix Jaehn is that he doesn’t let his fans’ support go unnoticed. While he’s able to pack venues with an unbelievable size of a crowd each time he performs, Felix Jaehn will always be grateful towards the people who got him to where he is today.

THANK YOU!! — 📷: @niclas_ruehl

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