With previous remixes topping the Billboard dance charts, Hugel has quickly made a name for himself, becoming the number one choice for amping up tracks with his own unique spin, remixing the likes ofCharlie Puth, David Guetta, J Balvin, Taio Cruz, and Robin Schulz. He now turns his and to the track ‘Bella Ciao’, which was originally released in the 1940s by the anonymous artist, El Profesor. Watch here
Inspired by the Netflix series ‘Money Heist’, the house banger is more than just beats and bass. The original song is a significant part of Italian history and has been dubbed the unofficial soundtrack of resistance against fascism by the Italian Partisans in the 1940s. Later adapted by Italy’s communist party, ‘Bella Ciao’ gained iconic status across the world, picked up by various groups, from left-wing parties to anarchist groups. ‘Bella Ciao’ has been translated into countless languages and with this release, Hugel has again given the song a new life for a new audience.
Hugel received a certified gold for his release with Robin Schulz which counts over 50 million streams on Spotify alone. When he’s not in the studio, Hugel is regularly touring the world, with residencies in Ibiza for Big the Party at Ushuaia and Pacha with David Guetta, plus playing at the likes of Tomorrowland, Mysteryland, Lollapalooza and Parookaville.He’s also just finished a European tour opening for David Guetta.