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Loud Luxury's Breakthrough Hit Now 4X Platinum

Released on (Sony-distributed) Armin van Buuren's record label Armada Music, the EP track quickly became a Top 10 dance hit in over a half-dozen countries, including Canada where it peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 in July.

Loud Luxury's Breakthrough Hit Now 4X Platinum

By FYI Staff

LA-based Toronto production and DJ team Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace, better known as Loud Luxury, enjoyed a smash hit with their breakthrough single “Body” featuring Brando (centre), underscored last night with an MMVA win in the "Song of the Summer" category.


Released on (Sony-distributed) Armin van Buuren's record label Armada Music, the EP track quickly became a Top 10 dance hit in over a half-dozen countries, including Canada where it peaked at No. 4 on the Hot 100 in July.

Originally certified Gold in March, Music Canada officially certified “Body” 4x Platinum ahead of a hometown performance at Toronto’s VELD Festival, where the threesome was presented with the award plaque from Sony Music Canada.

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The success of the track was underscored last night in Toronto with an MMVA win in the "Song of the Summer" category.

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DeMar DeRozan, the beloved former Toronto Raptor who was once close enough to Drake that he spilled the beans on an upcoming mixtape joined fellow L.A.-born NBA player Westbrook onstage at the Forum during "Not Like Us."

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