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"When I'm on the stage in front of the audience I make a connection with the audience, I try to recognize what they want to hear."
That is what has given the international DJ Marc Stan an advantage in that space for well over a decade. Things started to get serious for Marc Stan when he first stepped onto a stage in Paris, France. He spent eight years making a name for himself. With numerous releases throughout those years keeping him working steady, fans flocked out to hear everything from 2013's "Other Side" to 2015's "Turn It Up" and everything in between. In 2016 an invitation to head to the US changed not only his locale but his career path.
It was that year that he received an invitation to perform at the South Beach Fest in Miami, Florida. After slaying crowds that weekend, he decided to make some major moves - literally. Marc Stan chose to continue working on music stateside but later decided to head north to New York where he resides to this day. The decision wasn't hard to make because Marc Stan has always been the type to go after what he wants, and oftentimes achieves what he sets out to do.
With almost six dozen releases to his name, it's not surprising that he's picked up a couple of awards over the years. In 2018 he walked away with the prestigious "Winning The Akademia Music Los Angeles" award for Best Dance/Electronica song for "Boom." The following year he took home another Akademia for the Executive Award. Now he plans on doing the same in 2020 with his latest singles; "Seek and Hide," "Summer Kiss," and "Boom."
"Millialdaire" club Paris/France, Husmann club Paris/France, Red light club Paris/France, Maxims Paris/France, Platinum club Porto Montenegro(resident dj for 3 summer season 2016, 2017 and 2018), Spyce club NY/USA (resident for 2 winter seasons 2018 and 2019, Delilah club NY/USA, IFF fashion week 2017 and 2018 KO/MNE..
Marc Stan received the most prestigious award from the LA Music Akademia in 2019. Executive Award. One big stamp for his career, and an incentive for even better work in the future.