|Birth name||Kaelyn Behr|
|Born||Byron Bay, Australia|
|Genres||Hip-hop, R&B, pop, dance|
|Occupations||Music producer, vocalist, songwriter|
Kaelyn Behr (born Byron Bay, Australia), better known by his producer name Styalz Fuego, is an Australian music producer, vocalist and songwriter. He has produced, written and performed on music across a number of genres including hip-hop, pop, R&B and electronic music. He has been based in Melbourne, Australia since 2003.
His most notable works include his recordings with 360, including the four-times platinum "Boys Like You" and as executive producer and producer/co-writer on all tracks for 360's double-platinum selling album "Falling & Flying".
Fuego has won a number of music awards. He was named the 2012 ARIA Producer Of The Year and the 2013 APRA Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year.
Fuego was born in Byron Bay, Australia. In 2007, Styalz produced the Chamillionaire’s hit “Not a Criminal” featuring Kelis, which received negative reviews ("A pointless Kelis cameo and lackluster lines").  Around this time, he also began to remix a number of songs for artists including Sneaky Sound System, Savage, and Chris Lilley’s Summer Heights High character Mr. G.
Across 2009 and 2010, Fuego continued working with a number of local and international acts, producing for hip-hop artists (Illy, Stylah, Ja Rule), US based gospel artists (Terrell King, Karima Kibble) and beginning his foray into dance music production and songwriting.
A year later in 2011, Fuego had multiple successes as a producer. As executive producer on 360’s album “Flying & Falling”, Fuego produced and/or co-wrote all tracks. The album went onto reach double platinum selling status in Australia. The album included three platinum selling tracks in "Killer", “Run Alone” and "Child". Fuego was chosen by Chris Lilley to compose music for his HBO/BBC/ABC Angry Boys series in 2011.
Fuego's record with 360 "Boys Like You" achieved quadruple-platinum status in Australia with sales of over 250,000. It maintained its position in the Australian Top 50 Singles chart for 29 weeks. 15 weeks in the Top 20 and 10 weeks in the Top 10, with a peak of 3rd position.
Vocals & Songwriting
In 2012, Fuego's vocals were used on Tommy Trash’s collaboration with Aston Shuffle "Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost"), which was released on Axwell's Axtone label in October 2012. It went on to top the Beatport charts for just under four straight weeks.
Fuego's vocal has since appeared on several works, including a collaboration with UK grime artist Wiley “Tomorrow”, Seth Sentry’s “Float Away”, Diafrix’s “Running It”, 360’s “Child” (all of which he also produced) and the subsequent The Aston Shuffle single “Can’t Stop Now”. Most recently, his vocals appear in the background of the The Knocks/St Lucia collaboration “Modern Hearts” of which Styalz also wrote.
In 2013, Fuego co-wrote the song “Astronaut” for UK singer/songwriter Joel Compass, which was added to BBC 1.
In October of 2013, Fuego's first official credit as a vocalist - under his given name Kaelyn Behr on the Thomas Gold collaboration "Remember" from Axwell's Axtone label - premiered on Danny Howard's BBC Radio 1 Show
In 2010, Fuego began producing disco-house tracks and remixes, and DJ’ing with partner Zac Hayse, under the name '96 Bulls.
Under the ’96 Bulls moniker, Fuego has created acclaimed official remixes for a number of notable acts, including Miami Horror, The Wombats, St Lucia, The Knocks, PNAU and Barbara Tucker and has gained a small cult following amongst nu-disco and house circles.
Fuego is currently working on the first ’96 Bulls original material for release in 2014.
|2007||Production||Dynamic Duo||"Re-Writing The Resume"||Enlightened||EMI Korea||Peaked at #4 on the Korean Album Charts, reaching Gold sales|
|2007||Production||Joosuc||"Real World"||Seoul City’s Finest - Superior Vol.2||Universal Korea|
|2007||Production||Chamillionaire feat Snoop Dogg & Busta Rhymes||"Not A Criminal (Remix)'||Ultimate Victory||Universal US|
|2007||Production||Chamillionaire feat Kelis||"Not A Criminal||Ultimate Victory||Universal US||Peaked at #26 US Rhythmic Radio / #21 U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks|
|2008||Remixer||Mr G (Summer Heights High)||"Naughty Girl" (Styalz Fuego Remix)||Summer Heights High||EMI Australia|
|2008||Remixer||Sneaky Sound System||"UFO" (Styalz Fuego Remix)||"UFO" Single||Independent|
|2009||Production / Co-Write||Christian Alexander feat Ja Rule||"Too Fine"||Urban Nature||Independent||Peaked at #38 ARIA Singles Chart|
|2009||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||X & Hell||All Tracks||Million Dollar Sex Party||Illusive/Liberation|
|2009||Production||Karima Kibble||"So Happy" / "The Light"||Just Karima||Life Music / Warner US||Top 40 Billboard Gospel Chart|
|2010||Production / Co-Write||Illy||"I Know"||The Chase||Obese Records|
|2010||Production||Stylah feat. Memphis Bleek & Graph||"Them Boys"||Treading Water||Independent UK|
|2010||Production||Smashproof||"It's Friday"||The Weekend||Universal NZ||Taken from The Weekend LP – #1 RIANZ Album Chart. “Its Friday” peaked at #18 on RIANZ Single Chart|
|2010||Production||Terrell King||"Last Chance"||Almost Clear EP||Avista / Warner US||Taken from The Weekend LP – #1 RIANZ Album Chart. “Its Friday” peaked at #18 on RIANZ Single Chart|
|2011||Co-Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||All The Lights||"Chasing Colours"||"Chasing Colours" Single||Ministry of Sound Australia|
|2011||Production / Co-Write||Tom Piper feat Chrome & Stylah||"Ooh Now"||"Ooh Now" Single||Bam Bam|
|2011||Production / Co-Write||Stan Walker||"Tear Down These Walls"||Let The Music Play||Sony Australia|
|2011||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||Diafrix feat Daniel Merriweather||"Simple Man"|
|2011||Production / Co-Write||S.Mouse||All S.Mouse Tracks||Angry Boys TV Show||ABC / HBO / BBC|
|2011||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360 feat Pez||"Just Got Started"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate|
|2011||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360 feat Josh Pyke||"Throw It Away"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate|
|2011||Executive Producer / Co-Writes / Vocals||360||All Tracks||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate||2 x Platinum / #4 ARIA Album Debut / 54 Straight Weeks in ARIA Album Chart / ARIA Award "Breakthrough Artist" & "Producer of the Year" / 6 x ARIA Nominations / 5 x Gold or Platinum Singles|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||Diafrix||"Running It"||Pocket Full of Dreams||Illusive / Liberation|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360||"Run Alone"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate||Platinum|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360||"Child"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate||Platinum|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360||"Killer"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate||Platinum|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||360||"Killer"||Falling & Flying||EMI / Soulmate||Certified 4 x Platinum AU / #8 JJJ Hottest 100 / Top 5 ARIA Single|
|2012||Co-Production / Co-Write / Vocals||The Aston Shuffle||"Won't Get Lost"||Single||Milton-Archer|
|2012||Producer / Co-Write / Vocals||Seth Sentry||"Float Away" / "Vacation" / "Langoliers Banquet"||This Was Tomorrow||Independent||Debut #4 ARIA Album Charts|
|2012||Vocals / Co-Production||Aston Shuffle||"Can't Stop Now"||Single||Milton-Archer|
|2012||Executive Producer / Co-Writes / Vocals||Diafrix||All Tracks||Pocket Full of Dreams||Illusive||Features Dwele, Daniel Merriweather, 360, Stan Walker, N'fa|
|2012||Vocals||Tommy Trash vs Aston Shuffle||"Sunrise (Won't Get Lost)"||Single||Axtone||#1 Beatport four weeks straight|
|2013||Production||Tyree||"Keep The Change"||Motivation||Move The Crowd / Warner NZ|
|2013||Production / Vocals / Co-Write||Spit Syndicate||"Folly"||Sunday Gentleman||Obese Records|
|2013||Production / Vocals / Co-Write||Owl Eyes||"Several"||Nightswim||Wunderkind/Liberation|
|2013||Production / Co-Write||Grey Ghost||"Long Way Home"||The Elixir EP||EMI Australia|
|2013||Production / Vocals / Co-Write||Wiley feat Megaman||"Tomorrow"||The Ascent||Warner UK|
|2013||Co-Write||Joel Compass||"Astronaut"||Astronaut EP||Black Butter|
|2013||Co-Production / Co-Write||The Son featuring 360||"All I Know"||All I Know Single||Universal Australia|
|2013||Co-Production (with Cameron Parkin) / Co-Write||Elizabeth Rose||"The Good Life" / Several||EP||Independent|
|2013||Vocals / Co-Write||Thomas Gold||"Remember"||Single||Axtone|
'96 Bulls Remixes
|2010||Remixer||Jump Jump Dance Dance||"Show Me The Night ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Show Me The Night Single||EMI Australia|
|2010||Remixer||Miami Horror||"I Look To You ('96 Bulls Remix)"||I Look To You Single||EMI Australia|
|2011||Remixer||The Wombats||"Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves) ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Tokyo Single||EMI UK|
|2011||Remixer||Little Red||"Rock It ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Rock It Single||Liberation|
|2011||Remixer||The Knocks||"Dancing With The DJ ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Dancing With The DJ Single||Heavy Roc|
|2011||Remixer||Gold Fields||"Treehouse ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Treehouse Single||EMI Australia|
|2011||Remixer||St Lucia||"All Eyes On You ('96 Bulls Remix)"||All Eyes On You Single||Universal US|
|2011||Remixer||The Knocks||"Brightside ('96 Bulls Remix)"||Brightside Single||Heavy Roc|
|2012||Remixer||The Aston Shuffle||"Won't Get Lost" ('96 Bulls Remix)||Won't Get Lost Single||Milton-Archer|
|2012||Remixer||360||"Run Alone" ('96 Bulls Revisit)||Run Alone Single||EMI / Soulmate|
|2012||Remixer||Barbara Tucker||"Stop Playing With My Mind" ('96 Bulls Remix)||Strictly Rhythm Vol 9||Strictly Rhythm|
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