Does Bob Sinclar really need an introduction?
The French DJ-producer is practically the Jesus of dance music. But if you lived under a rock throughout the late 2000s and missed out on globe-spanning anthems like "Love Generation" and "World Hold On," our heart goes out to you.
After a Grammy nomination, official FIFA World Cup anthem, five Billboard dance number ones, and attaining messianic status worldwide, what's left for Bob Sinclar to do? Well, produce reggae, of course!
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Teaming up with legendary Jamaican duo Sly & Robbie -- known for giving the likes of Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones a reggae makeover -- Sinclar dropped his Made In Jamaica remix album in 2010. It features guest spots by a slew of top reggae vocalists, including Gary "Nesta" Pine of the Wailers.
But it's not really Sinclar's first foray outside of EDM. He's produced acid-jazz as the Mighty Bop, world music with the Africanism ensemble, and even his house productions offer acoustic ethnic flavors. This messiah is a man of the world.
Bob Sinclar. Friday, February 11. SET, 320 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach. The party starts at 11 p.m. Call 305-531-2800 or visit setmiami.com.