Hal Ritson

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Hal Ritson (Henry Ritson) is a British musician and record producer. As a featured artist he heads up the electronic music collective The Young Punx.[1] He is also an instrumental performer, singer or producer on nearly 300 electronic dance music records [1] including performing on 'Call on Me' by Eric Prydz, tracks by Dizzee Rascal, Sugababes, Nas. Black Eyed Peas, Jessie J and David Guetta and singing the lead vocals on the international hit single 'Tell Me Why' by Supermode[2]. Albumcredits.com lists Ritson as the performer who has played on the most Electronica genre records, out of all the musicians in the world [3].

Hal Ritson was hired as Musical Director for Dizzee Rascal's 2009 performance at the BBC electric Proms [4][5] and subsequently went on lead and play in Dizzee's live band.

Ritson is also owner of MofoHifi Records and a board director of the Featured Artists' Coalition.[2]

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  1. ^ Mason, Stewart. "Biography: The Young Punx!". AMG. Retrieved 15 May 2010. 
  2. ^ FAC Directors

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