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David Morales @ Prince Charles Berlin

Prince Charles im Aufbauhaus, Prinzenstrasse 85F (Moritzplatz U8), Berlin, Germany


David Morales (Def Mix)

Yannick Robyns (Housewax/Parallel)

Norman Methner (Prince Charles/Derwin)



The Reminder series puts its focus on very special international artists that need to be reminded of!
Always with special extended sets and never disappointing.

Prince Charles is very happy to present a living legend when it comes to house music:

We are delighted to have Grammy Award winner
David Morales at our club!



“I am creating a place for people to forget their troubles for a while. It is important in the world we are living in today.” – David Morales

Dance music in the second decade of 2000 is about one word – BIG. The tracks and remixes are big, the new breed of big room DJs are akin to demigods and live events have reached a scale never before seen. However the global sensation and penetration of dance music into top 40 radio would not have been possible without a foundation built by David Morales – one of the first true superstar DJs.

A native New Yorker, David Morales grew up during dance music’s most influential era and frequented its legendary clubs.

After honing his skills at New York City’s most popular clubs David Morales embarked on a remixing career in the mid- 80’s – right when the art really started taking off. With opportunities starting to fly in Morales teamed with Chicago house music legend Frankie Knuckles and For The Record DJ Pool founder/NYC nightlife impresario Judy Weinstein for the creation of Def Mix Productions to help manage remix requests and handle artist business affairs. Today, Def Mix represents Frankie Knuckles, Quentin Harris, Hector Romero and DJ Meme.

David Morales has remixed and produced over 500 releases for artists including Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson, Eric Clapton, Pet Shop Boys, U2, Whitney Houston, and Jamiroquai. Morales was nominated for his first Grammy Award in 1996 as a Producer on Mariah Carey’s album “Daydream” for the song “Fantasy”. He was nominated again the following year and ultimately winning the 1998 Grammy Award for “Remixer of the Year”.

David Morales made his solo production debut in 1993 with the Mercury Records album “David Morales & The Bad Yard Club”, “The Program”. In 1998 Morales released “Needin’ U” on the Def Mix label, DMI Records, under the alias “The Face.” The track licensed to Mercury Records UK soon became a #1 Dance Record and video which is still being licensed and covered around the world.

Ultra Records released Morales’ second album entitled “Two Worlds Collide” in 2005. The first single, “How Would U Feel,” proved successful on the dance floor while “Here I Am” performed by UK artist Tamra Keenan is prominently featured in the smash 2006 film, “The Devil Wears Prada”. “Feels Good,” performed by Angela Hunte landed a major position in the end credits of 2008 film “Don’t Mess with the Zohan”.

On June 28, 2011 Ultra Records released “You Just Don’t Love Me” as a setup for David’s “Changes” album featuring the vocals of Jonathan Mendelsohn. This massive anthem accompanied Morales throughout his summer tour. With the release of his new album “Changes”, “Golden Era” a collaboration with Roisin Murphy formerly known as “Moloko” hit the charts. Currently Morales is embracing the new technology which allows him to create and remix music on the road. He is releasing his own compositions as well as once again lending his talent to other producers and artists.

David is considered by many to be one of the first true superstar DJ’s. Thanks to his remix/production work Morales was among the first DJs to actively tour the world. David is also known as one of the most versatile DJs currently on the scene. Whether it is playing a pool party in Miami as one of the “Legends of House”, DJ’ing in an edgy European club or an event geared to a predominately gay crowd, Morales feels comfortable adapting to each situation. “I like to be part of creating a trend as opposed to following a trend. My identity is my culture in music. I’m into my fourth decade and all that influence adds into the mix. “I take what I experience and create my own thing.” Morales says. “You expand people’s minds by being able to expose them to different things”.
David Morales not only defines the superstar DJ, he is a talent that has so much more to give in a world that constantly “Changes”.




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