If there’s one man working in the field of electronic music who’s consistently guaranteed to be at the forefront of what’s most exciting whether as an artist, label boss, producer or beyond it’s Adam F.
As co-founder/ MD of Breakbeat Kaos Adam was right there at the start, signing and developing Pendulum, Nero and Chase & Status and as an artist is right now once again making serious waves remixing the likes of David Guetta & Rihanna, Missy Elliott and Afrojack.
Adam F is an English MOBO award winning producer/label owner who’s had over 8 top 40 U.K hits to date earning 8 Gold and 4 Platinum BPI discs as an artist/Label owner.
He signed to EMI in the U.K. and his debut album “Colours” featured the top 20 hits "Circles" and "Music in My Mind." Colours won a MOBO award in the U.K. as best album. After an 18-month tour with a live band, hitting up festivals from Glastonbury to Japan , Adam proceeded to further trek the globe as a headline DJ.
Adam paved the way for multi-genre producers by becoming one of the few U.K producers to break the USA with a co-write on LL Cool J’s seminal rap classic NO:1 US Billboard Album “The G.O.A.T.”. Adam then started working with the likes of Missy Elliott and Lady Luck and then began focusing on his own career spending 18 months recording his album, KAOS, which includes the anthem "Smash Sumthin'," featuring Redman.
2009 saw Adam back in the studio, this time with Horx to remix The Prodigy’s “Take me to the Hospital” from their 1.3 million selling album “Invaders Must Die”. Months later, Adam collaborated with Horx again to release the club smash “Shut the lights off” with Redman.
Adam F and DJ Fresh’s collaboration single under the artist name W.T.F was next out the blocks, built around the classic Dead Prez “Bigger than Hip Hop” smash and becoming a hottest record in the world on his radio show and a must play festival anthem for the pivotal DJ Zane Lowe amongst others.
Returning to the studio in earnest during recent months, Adam's 'In The Air' collaboration with fresh talent SonicC exploded for those DJs lucky enough to have been passed it in person by Adam. With key upfront support from Annie Mac, Mistajam, Zinc, A-Trak and Zeds Dead amongst others, this slice of 128 bpm fire was then made available as a free download prompting an enthusiastic broader response. It sets the scene for Adam's first official single release under his own name for some time in early 2012 which will no doubt further cement his position as one of the key players in the industry.