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Danny Asadi (known as ASADI) is a Persian-American electronic music producer from Columbus, Ohio. He characterizes his unique sound as "Persian Trap Music." [10]

Music

ASADI first purchased his beat pad Maschine, when he was 16-year-old. He grew in popularity after releasing remixed on YouTube of Rihanna and Rugrats, the Notorious BIG's "Juicy," and "Move That Dope."[11]

Commenting on his music, ASADI stated:

Offering a cinematically majestic sound with dauntless 808s and elaborate trap rhythms, ASADI shows his unsuspecting listeners that he can play it all live from scratch on his beat pad, the Maschine. The young producer pushes for his generation of electronic musicians to bring liveliness to their sets and to turn their controllers into instruments.

ASADI's influences are Mura Masa, Travis Scott, and Shahram Nazeri. [10] He released his single "Throne" in November 2016.[5] ASADI will be playing at Electric Forest during the First Weekend of 2017.

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