Mahmut Orhan is a Turkish disc jockey and record producer. Orhan started working with music in Bursa at the age of 15 and would eventually move to Istanbul to work at a Bebek nightclub in 2011. He first experienced success in 2015 with the instrumental song "Age of Emotions". One year later, his song "Feel" with singer and songwriter Sena Şener appeared on charts in Greece, Germany, Poland and Romania, among others. The song reached number one position on musical platform iTunes. In 2017 Mahmut released remix of "Game of Thrones" and the song "Save me" with Romanian singer Eneli. Both songs gained significant success. In June 2018 he released a remix album titled "One". Single of the album "6 Days", a remix of Colonel Bagshot's "Six Day War", reached number one in many countries such as Greece, Serbia, Romania and Bulgaria. Orhan played many important music festivals, such as Exit Festival in Serbia and Untold Festival in Romania.
Deepend is a Dutch deep house DJ duo consisting of Falco van den Aker and Robert "Bob" van Ratingen. They gained international recognition after their remix of Matt Simon's "Catch & Release" peaked at number one in five countries and the European Airplay charts. The duo racked in over 130 million Spotify plays and 50 million YouTube streams for the remix.