Ibiza World Club Tour
Ibiza World Club Tour shows
Since 2010, Ossama Al Sarraf and Ned Shepard have been active as producers and DJ duo under the name Sultan + Shepard. The collaboration began in the mid-2000s after a chance meeting in the after-hours club scene in Montreal, where they both quickly realized that there was a natural musical chemistry between them. And they began collaborating on original songs, remixes and songwriting, signing to John Digweed’s Bedrock label for their first song and officially forming Sultan + Shepard. From collaborating with respected EDM artists such as Dillon Francis, Tiesto and Fedde Le Grand to remixes for major pop acts such as Coldplay, Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga and Madonna, the duo established themselves as one of the leading partnerships in the dance music scene. In 2013, their remix of Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out Of Heaven” earned them a Grammy nomination. As deejays, they tour the globe with stops at the Ultra Music Festival, Tomorrowland, Mysteryland and a residency at the Wynn in Las Vegas. In 2016, the duo received the Canadian songwriters SOCAN Award for International Song of the Year for “Bad,” the multi-platinum single they co-wrote with David Guetta, Showtek and Vassy. In the summer of 2017, the duo teamed up again with singer Nadia Ali to release the folk-inspired dance anthem “Almost Home,” with New York-based songwriter Iro also involved in the production of the single. “Almost Home” reached No. 1 on the Billboard Dance Charts and was nominated for a Juno Award for Best Dance Recording. In fall 2019, Sultan + Shepard released their debut double album “Echoes of Life” on Armada Music, the album features collaborations with Nadia Ali, Tritonal, Showtek, Bahari and others. To date, the album has already amassed over 50 million streams and showcases both the melodic club songs they are known for as well as a return to their deep house and progressive roots. And now Sultan + Shepard present their musical roots to us in their guest mix for the Ibiza World Club Tour Radioshow.