Amir Amor

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Amir Izadkhah, better known by his stage name Amir Amor, is an English musician, record producer and DJ. From late 2011, he has been a member of the band Rudimental. He is the founder of London record label and recording studio "Major Toms".[1][2]

Amor was tipped as the "No.1 new producer to watch" by The Guardian,[3] and listed by NME magazine as one of the "20 hottest producers in music right now".[4] Some of the other names on the bill were Paul Epworth, Mark Ronson, Dr. Luke and Rick Rubin.[4]

Through his work with Rudimental he was nominated for a Mercury Prize in 2013,[5] won several awards including the 2014 Award for Best Single of the Year[6] for "Waiting All Night", featuring the then unknown singer Ella Eyre, and the Mobo Award for Best Album.[7] Rudimental also received nominations at the MTV Europe Music Awards for Best New Act, and Best UK and Ireland act.[8]

Rudimental have achieved multiple Platinum awards for record sales in several countries[9][10] including in the United Kingdom and Australia.

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