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Martin Garrix is a Dutch DJ and electronic music producer from Amstelveen, North Holland, Netherlands.[1] His discography consists of a compilation album, four extended plays (EP), 52 singles, 34 music videos and eight remixes. Part of the Dutch emergence of electronic dance music DJs, Garrix became widely known after his single "Animals" became a worldwide hit.[2] It went number one in the United Kingdom, Belgium, and on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, and it reached the top ten of several charts across Europe during late 2013 to early 2014. Garrix is the youngest Dutch artist to ever have a number one single in the United Kingdom.[1]

Martin Garrix discography
Garrix in a talk session on the MusicNotes Stage during the third day of the 2017 Web Summit technology conference at Altice Arena in Lisbon, Portugal, on 9 November 2017
Garrix in a talk session at Web Summit in November 2017.
Compilation albums1
EPs4
Singles52
Music videos34
Remixes10

Garrix has collaborated with artists such as the Grammy Award-winning singer Usher,[3][4] Dua Lipa, Bebe Rexha, Troye Sivan, and Khalid. He has also collaborated with fellow DJs such as Tiesto, Avicii, David Guetta, Afrojack, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.

He released an EP in 2014 titled Gold Skies, which became his first EP to chart on the Billboard 200 and the Top Heatseekers Albums charts. All five singles from Gold Skies charted in the Netherlands, with "Animals" and "Wizard" peaking the highest. The former became his first single to be certified platinum in seven countries.

In 2015, he released a dual single titled Break Through the Silence, consisting of two songs "Dragon" and "Break Through the Silence". Garrix also released seven singles including a collaboration with Usher titled "Don't Look Down",[3] which has been certified gold in three countries. The song was also his most successful in 2015.

Upon launching his own record label Stmpd Rcrds, Garrix released his 2016 debut single "Now That I've Found You".[5] The song charted in Austria, France, and the Netherlands. He released two other singles — "Oops", anthem for the 2016 E3 video game event,[6] and "Lions in the Wild", a collaboration with British DJs Third Party, which was also introduced as the first song during Garrix's performance at the 2016 Ultra Music Festival.[7]

One of his most successful career singles, "In the Name of Love", a collaboration with American singer Bebe Rexha,[8] was released in 2016 and became his first song to be certified diamond in a country. It also was his first song to be certified three-times platinum in a country. The song is also his highest-peaked single in Austria. In the same year, he released his third EP, titled Seven, which charted on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart in the United States. All seven singles from Seven were released digitally day-after-day.[9][10]

His first 2017 single, "Scared to Be Lonely", a collaboration with English singer and songwriter Dua Lipa,[11] became his joint highest-peaked single in the Netherlands, alongside "Animals". The song became his first to be certified four-times platinum in a country. "Byte", his next single, charted in one country. His following single, "There For You", a collaboration with Australian singer Troye Sivan,[12] was certified platinum in two countries and gold in three others.

His two next releases were "Pizza",[13] which was first played as the last song during Garrix’s 2017 Tomorrowland set, and "Forever",[14] a collaboration with Russian DJs Matisse & Sadko, which was first played during Garrix’s 2017 Creamfields set. Both singles charted in several countries. He then collaborated with French DJ David Guetta and they released the single "So Far Away", featuring English singer Jamie Scott and Dutch singer Romy Dya,[15] which charted in several countries and was certified gold in five countries. The song—an earlier version of which featured English singer Ellie Goulding's vocals—was first played during Garrix’s 2017 Tomorrowland set where he was joined on stage by Guetta.[16]

In 2018, Garrix collaborated with Guetta and Dutch DJ Brooks and released the single "Like I Do", which charted in several countries and was certified gold in two countries. He then collaborated with Dutch DJ Loopers and released "Game Over", which charted on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Songs.[17] Garrix released his next single "Ocean", a collaboration with American singer and songwriter Khalid.[18] The song charted in several countries including Australia, UK, US, and the Netherlands, and has been certified gold in Australia. He released his fourth single of 2018, "High on Life", a collaboration with singer Bonn, which was first played during Garrix's headlining set at the 2018 Tomorrowland music festival.[19] The single was made available for streaming after Garrix's closing set. His fifth single "Burn Out", a collaboration with Dutch DJ Justin Mylo featuring Dewain Whitmore, was released on September 14. The music video was released on the same day.[20] On 14 October 2018, the first song of Garrix's five singles from his Bylaw EP was released, in a manner similar to the singles of his 2016 Seven EP. Titled "Breach (Walk Alone)", it is a collaboration with fellow DJ Blinders. The second single "Yottabyte" was released the next day. The third and fourth singles "Latency" and "Access" were released on 16 and 17 October 2018, and "Waiting for Tomorrow" was released on 19 October 2018. The EP was released in full the same day. On 1 November 2018, "Dreamer", a Garrix collaboration with American singer Mike Yung, was released. His single with long-time collaborator Julian Jordan titled "Glitch" was released on 14 December 2018.[21]

Contents

AlbumsEdit

Compilation albumsEdit

Title Details
The Martin Garrix Collection[22]
  • Released: 21 April 2017 (Japan only)
  • Label: Epic Amsterdam
  • Formats: Digital download, CD, vinyl

Extended playsEdit

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Details Peak chart positions
US
[23]
US
Dance

[24]
US
Heat

[25]
Gold Skies 171 6 6
Break Through the Silence
(vs. Matisse & Sadko)
  • Released: 31 August 2015
  • Label: Casablanca, Spinnin', School Boy
  • Format: Digital download
Seven 5
BYLAW
  • Released: 19 October 2018
  • Label: STMPD, Epic Amsterdam, Sony Netherlands
  • Format: Digital download
19
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

SinglesEdit

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
NLD
[26]
AUS
[27]
AUT
[28]
BEL
[29]
FRA
[30]
GER
[31]
SWE
[32]
SWI
[33]
UK
[34]
US
[35]
"Itsa"
(with Sleazy Stereo)[36]
2012 Non-album singles
"Keygen"[37]
"Registration Code"
(with Jay Hardway)
"Bfam"
(with Julian Jordan)[38]
"Torrent"
(with Sidney Samson)
2013
"Error 404"
(with Jay Hardway)[39]
"Just Some Loops"
(with TV Noise)[40]
"Animals" 3 29 6 1 2 4 4 2 1 21 Gold Skies
"Wizard"
(with Jay Hardway)
16 34 6 31 30 21 29 7
"Helicopter"
(with Firebeatz)
2014 59 33 98 Non-album single
"Tremor"
(with Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike)
44 55 3 116 30 Gold Skies
"Gold Skies"
(with Sander van Doorn and DVBBS featuring Aleesia)
94 9 183 49
"Proxy" 89
"Turn Up the Speakers"
(with Afrojack)
50 57 44 Non-album single
"Set Me Free"
(with Dillon Francis)
57 Money Sucks, Friends Rule
"Virus (How About Now)"
(with MOTi)
27 34 50 94 Non-album singles
"Forbidden Voices" 2015 29 133
"Don't Look Down"
(featuring Usher)
16 63 37 26 136 37 59 65 9 [A]
"The Only Way Is Up"
(with Tiësto)
74 81 Club life: Vol. 4
"Dragon"
(vs. Matisse & Sadko)
55 Break Through the Silence[55]
"Break Through the Silence"
(vs. Matisse & Sadko)
39
"Poison"[56] Non-album singles
"Bouncybob"
(featuring Justin Mylo and Mesto)
"Now That I've Found You"
(featuring John and Michel)
2016 73 70 106
"Lions in the Wild"
(with Third Party)
125 Hope[57]
"Oops"[58] Non-album singles
"In the Name of Love"
(with Bebe Rexha)
4 8 9 13 26 14 9 10 9 24
"Wiee"
(with Mesto)[66]
Seven
"Sun Is Never Going Down"
(featuring Dawn Golden)[67]
"Spotless"
(with Jay Hardway)[68]
"Hold On & Believe"
(featuring The Federal Empire)[69]
"Welcome"
(with Julian Jordan)[70]
"Together"
(with Matisse & Sadko)[71]
"Make Up Your Mind"
(with Florian Picasso)[72]
"Scared to Be Lonely"
(with Dua Lipa)
2017 3 14 10 10 32 9 3 10 14 76 Non-album singles
"Byte"
(with Brooks)
"There for You"
(with Troye Sivan)
12 23 25 20 60 31 34 24 40 94
"Pizza" 85
"Forever"
(with Matisse & Sadko)[82]
66
"So Far Away"
(with David Guetta featuring Jamie Scott and Romy Dya)
14 58 12 39 83 8 30 14 81
"Like I Do"
(with David Guetta and Brooks)
2018 21 73 20 42 31 23 15 22 29 7
"Game Over"
(with Loopers)
Non-album singles
"Ocean"
(featuring Khalid)
16 12 23 42 127 38 11 25 25 78
"High on Life"
(featuring Bonn)
19 59 52 51 131 66 29 45
"Burn Out"
(with Justin Mylo featuring Dewain Whitmore)[94]
52 55 90 64 67
"Breach (Walk Alone)"
(with Blinders)
Bylaw
"Yottabyte"
"Latency"
(with Dyro)[95]
"Access"
"Waiting for Tomorrow"
(with Pierce Fulton featuring Mike Shinoda)
"Dreamer"
(featuring Mike Yung)
67 73 Non-album singles
"Glitch"
(with Julian Jordan)[21]
"No Sleep"
(featuring Bonn)[96]
2019 38 61 41 96 41
[97]
58
"Mistaken"
(with Matisse & Sadko featuring Alex Aris)[98]
"Summer Days"
(featuring Macklemore and Patrick Stump)[99]
14 47
[100]
13 19 26
[101]
24 34
[102]
22 26 100 TBA
"These Are the Times"
(featuring JRM)[105]
[B] Non-album single
"Home"
(featuring Bonn)
TBA
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Notes

  1. ^ "Don't Look Down" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number ten on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[51]
  2. ^ "These Are the Times" did not enter the Swedish Singellista Chart, but peaked at number 14 on the Swedish Heatseeker Chart.[106]

Music videosEdit

List of music videos, showing year released and directors
Title Year Other artist(s) Director(s) Ref.
As lead artist
"BFAM" 2012 Julian Jordan Mark Loonen [107]
"Animals" 2013 none [108]
"Wizard" Jay Hardway [109]
"Tremor" 2014 Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Unknown [110]
"Gold Skies" Sander van Doorn
DVBBS
Aleesia
Aap Noot Film [111]
"Turn Up the Speakers" Afrojack Unknown [112]
"Gold Skies (Tiësto Remix)" Sander van Doorn
DVBBS
Tiësto
Aleesia
[113]
"Gold Skies (DubVision Remix)" Sander van Doorn
DVBBS
DubVision
Aleesia
[114]
"Virus (How About Now)" MOTi [115]
"Forbidden Voices" 2015 none Mark Loonen [116]
"Don't Look Down" Usher Petros [117]
"The Only Way Is Up" Tiësto Unknown [118]
"Dragon" Matisse & Sadko Laban [119]
"Break Through the Silence" [120]
"Bouncybob" Justin Mylo and Mesto Unknown [121]
"Now That I've Found You" 2016 John Martin and Michel Zitron Peter Huang [122]
"Lions in the Wild" Third Party Giaro Giarratana
Damian Karsznia
[123]
"In the Name of Love" Bebe Rexha Emil Nava [124]
"WIEE" Mesto Unknown [125]
"Sun Is Never Going Down" Dawn Golden [126]
"Spotless" Jay Hardway [127]
"Hold On & Believe" The Federal Empire [128]
"Welcome" Julian Jordan [129]
"Together" Matisse & Sadko [130]
"Make Up Your Mind" Florian Picasso [131]
"Scared to Be Lonely" 2017 Dua Lipa Blake Claridge [132]
"Byte" Brooks Damian Karsznia [133]
"There For You" Troye Sivan Jordan Taylor Wright [134]
"Boomerang" (as GRX) Brooks Damian Karsznia [135]
"Forever" Matisse & Sadko [136]
"So Far Away" David Guetta, Jamie Scott, and Romy Dya [137]
"Ocean" 2018 Khalid [138]
"High on Life" Bonn [139]
"Burn Out" Justin Mylo, Dewain Whitmore [140]
"X's" (as GRX) CMC$, Icona Pop [141]
"Breach (Walk Alone)" Blinders [142]
"Yottabye" none [143]
"Latency" Dyro [144]
"Access" none [145]
"Waiting for Tomorrow" Pierce Fulton, Mike Shinoda [146]
"Dreamer" Mike Yung Unknown [147]
"Glitch" Julian Jordan Damian Karsznia [148]
"No Sleep" 2019 Bonn Damian Karsznia
Olav Stubberud
[149]
"Mistaken" Matisse & Sadko
Alex Aris
Damian Karsznia [150]
"Summer Days" Macklemore
Patrick Stump
Unknown [151]
As featured artist
"Crackin (Martin Garrix Edit)" 2014 Bassjackers Unknown [152]
"Backlash (Martin Garrix Edit)" DubVision [153]

RemixesEdit

List of remixes, showing original artists and year released
Title Year Original artist(s) Album Ref.
"Your Body"
(Martin Garrix Remix)
2012 Christina Aguilera Lotus
(Deluxe Edition)
[154]
"Midnight Sun 2.0"
(Martin Garrix Remix)
Roy Gates Non-album Remixes [155]
"Stellar"
(Martin Garrix Remix)
2013 Daddy's Groove [156]
"Project T"
(Martin Garrix Remix)
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike vs. Sander van Doorn [157]
"Animals"
(Victor Niglio & Martin Garrix Festival Trap Mix)
Martin Garrix Animals (Remixes) [158]
"Crackin"
(Martin Garrix Edit)
2014 Bassjackers Non-album Remixes [159]
"Backlash"
(Martin Garrix Edit)
DubVision [160]
"Can't Feel My Face"
(Martin Garrix Remix)
2015 The Weeknd Beauty Behind the Madness
(Deluxe Edition)
[161]
"Ocean"
(Martin Garrix & Cesqeaux Remix)
2018 Martin Garrix
(featuring Khalid)
Ocean (Remixes Vol.1) [162]
"Mistaken"
(Club Mix)
2019 Martin Garrix & Matisse & Sadko Non-album Remixes

Production and songwriting creditsEdit

List of production and songwriting credits, showing original artists and year released
Title Year Artist(s) Album involvement
"De Wereld Rond"[163] 2012 Yes-R Fashion
  • Songwriting
  • Production
"Waiting for Love"[163] 2015 Avicii Stories
  • Songwriting
  • Production
"Clap Your Hands"[164] David Guetta & GLOWINTHEDARK Listen Again Songwriting
"Another Level" 2018 Afrojack Press Play Co-Production

Releases under an aliasEdit

As AREA21 (with Maejor)Edit

Title Year Album
"Spaceships"[165] 2016 Non-album singles
"Girls"[166]
"We Did It"[167] 2017
"Glad You Came"[168]
"Happy"[169] 2018
"Help"[170] 2019

As GRXEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Dance
[171]
"Gamer"[172]
(with Bassjackers)
2013 Non-album singles
"Psycho"[173]
(with Yellow Claw and Cesqeaux)
"Can't You See"[163]
(with Shermanology)
2014
"Boomerang"[174]
(with Brooks)
2017
"X's"[175]
(with CMC$ featuring Icona Pop)
2018 36

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