French nu-disco/dance-pop producer Madeon initial garnered interest for his mashups and remixes before scoring strikes with his first monitors and production function for several main pop famous actors. Hugo Leclercq began making dance music before he strike his teens, launching his first monitors as Madeon within a lush, sleek design influenced by France home and electropop. He also created many mashups, including “Pop Lifestyle,” which jammed over three dozen music into 3 minutes. The monitor went viral when it had been uploaded to YouTube in 2011, instantly racking up an incredible number of sights. Additional work implemented, including first singles (“Silver,” “FOR YOU PERSONALLY,” “Shuriken,” “Icarus”) and remix function (for Alphabeat, Yelle, Deadmau5, and Martin Solveig). During 2012, Leclercq performed at many major music celebrations, including Ultra Music Celebration, Coachella, and Lollapalooza. His singles “Finale” and “THE TOWN” charted in a number of countries. All of this promotion helped Leclercq start working with even more pop superstars. He created Ellie Goulding’s tune “Stay Awake,” and blended an alternate edition of Muse’s “Anxiety Place.” After starting for Female Gaga on her behalf Born IN THIS MANNER tour, he created and co-wrote three monitors on her behalf Artpop record. Madeon’s debut record, Adventure, premiered by Columbia in 2015. The record hit number 1 on Billboard’s Dance/Digital Albums graph and spawned many charting singles, including “Spend No Brain” (offering Enthusiasm Pit) and “non-sense” (offering Tag Foster of Foster individuals). Leclercq continued two headlining trips following a album’s launch. In 2016 he collaborated with Porter Robinson for the solitary “Shelter,” and both artists toured collectively.