He started his career as a hip-hop producer making music for artists like T.I., 2 Chainz and B.o.B.
In 2012, some of his remixes were released officially. Most notably, his remix of Gent & Jawns' song "Holler" which was released through Diplo's record label Mad Decent. He collaborated with Will Bailey for a song, "Rukus" and produced B.o.B.'s single "Play Keeps" from the album Strange Clouds. He also co-produced Major Lazer's 2013 single "Bubble Butt".
2015: "Deep Down Low"
On April 20, 2015, Khan collaborated with Flosstradamus to release "MFU" as a single. On August 11, 2015, "Deep Down Low" was released as a single. It featured on OWSLA's Spring Compilation album and was described as a genre pioneer.The song was regarded the 'most popular song among DJs' in 2015 and was featured in Tomorrowland's 2015 compilation album titled The Secret Kingdom Of Melodia. Musically, the song incorporates elements of big room house and jungle terror and is often considered "hard house". A music video for the song was released. A remixes extended play of the song was released.
2016: "Slam Dunk"
On July 29, 2016, he collaborated with Skrillex to release the song "Slam Dunk". It featured vocalist Kstylis.He recognized Rihanna and Sia as his preferred female collaboration choices. He collaborated with Wiwek to release the song "Tropicana".
2017: "Bullseye" and "Pump"
On April 7, 2017, he later collaborated with Anna Lunoe and Wuki for the single "Bullseye" via Skrillex's record label OWSLA.On May 26, 2017, Khan released "Pump" as a single via Mad Decent and Ministry of Sound.The song received 16 million streams on Spotify and became Vevo's most streamed video of all time. Wide ThumbClearartFanart Banner User Comments