NOAH 

NOAH is an American recording artist, songwriter and DJ living in New York City. His newest single titled "American Royalty" is an original self-produced American anthem which opens with a sample from the legendary 1961 JFK Inaugural Address: “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Country” and has a smart reference in his second verse to Taylor Swift and her mega-hit “Blank Space”: “Living in A ‘Blank Space’ Swiftly Moving.” The single has been followed up with "The Freedom Trap Mix" which is currently being promoted to the electro/dance market. 

NOAH's summer of 2015 project Man In The Making, released on Icon Worldwide Music on August 7th, 2015, was the sequel to his Billboard and U.K. Music Week Dance Chart success Keep On Movin'.  Man In The Making began promotion in the U.K. in April and quickly climbed to #3 on the U.K. Upfront Club Chart  and #4  U.K. Upfront Commercial Chart and hit #1  on both July 3rd, July 13th  and July 20th on the King Of Spins Top 20 Chart. On July 23rd, Man In The Making entered the U.K. Music Week Commercial Pop Club Chart at #23 and climbed to #9 on August 10th making the single on of the Top 10 releases of the summer of 2015. Remixes include CutmoreAndi DurrantJames CheliosStephen DusenberryLife Squad and NOAH.  

Keep On Movin' spent 5 weeks on the US Billboard Dance Charts claiming the #39 spot and reigned in at #19 and #12 on the U.K. Music Week Club and Pop Charts in January 2014 and climbed to #1  on the U.K. Upfront Club Chart and #3 on the U.K. Upfront Commercial Chart on June 30th, 2015 with a fresh new remix titled "The Reprise Remix" included on the the Keep On MovinMega-Mix Collection released on Icon Worldwide Music / LabelWorx U.K. on July 4th, 2015. The Keep On Movin' Collection includes remixes by international chart topping Producer / DJ's  Andrew Galea & Marc JBCasey AlvaDJ TingFunk GenerationDirrty PandaPink PandaPASHAASam Michaels vs. KlubjumpersShahaf MoranRadical Academy, Wayne G & Leo Frappier and WTDJ.    

NOAH’s  debut pop/dance Gotham anthem New York is Dead spent 20 weeks on the DJ Times National Dance Charts in 2012-2013, reaching #16 in December 2012 between Mariah Carey’s “Triumphant” and Kelly Clarkson’s “Dark Side” and, on June 21st 2013, climbed to #15 on the U.K. Music Week Commercial/Pop Charts. His follow up single No More Angels was his L.A. themed summer feel good anthem which entered the Top 40 on the DJ Times Chart National Club Chart at #39, climbed to #3 on the UK Upfront Music Chart in July 2013 and climbed to #14 on the U.K. Music Week Pop Club Chart on November 16, 2013.