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Baauer
Baauer in 2015
Baauer in 2015
Background information
Birth nameHarry Bauer Rodrigues[1][2]
Born (1989-04-30) April 30, 1989 (age 31)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Genres
Occupation(s)Record producer, DJ
Years active2011–present
Labels
Associated acts
Websitebaauer.com

Harry Bauer Rodrigues (born April 30, 1989), known as Baauer,[3] is an American record producer and DJ, best known for his double platinum[4] song "Harlem Shake".[5][6][7]

He has produced varied dance music from the age of 13 and previously produced a track under the name “Captain Harry” which received support on BBC Radio 1.[2][8] His early releases as Baauer around 2012 were part of an emerging sub genre of electronic music known as trap, alongside acts like TNGHT, RL Grime, Rustie & Flosstradamus.

Baauer has produced songs for Just Blaze, Pusha T, Tom Morello and G-Dragon amongst others.[9] And has created official remixes for Nero,[6] The Prodigy,[10] Flosstradamus,[5] No Doubt.[11] Missy Elliot,[12] Disclosure,[13] Kodak Black[14] and Gorillaz.[9] Baauer's music has been used in a number of blockbuster films including Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Red Sparrow[15] and Logan.[16][17]

In 2016, he released his debut album, Aa. His second album Planet's Mad was released on June 19, 2020.[18] Planet's Mad received a nomination for Best Dance/Electronic Album in the 2021 Grammy Awards. [19]

Background[edit]

Baauer was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and grew up in Germany, London, and Connecticut, before attending college in New York. He is of Portuguese and Jewish descent.[20][21][22]

Career[edit]

Baauer performing in 2012

"Harlem Shake"[edit]

His first official single "Harlem Shake", was released on Mad Decent subsidiary Jeffrees as a free giveaway offered via Soundcloud on May 22, 2012.[23][24][25] It was first played by Rustie in his BBC Radio 1 essential mix[26] before being given Pitchfork's Best New Track Award.[24] The rapper El-P recorded a freestyle over the track for Pitchfork TV.[27]

In the months following, online comedian George Miller and musician Joji recorded a video dancing to the song with his friends[28] - which consequently grew into a YouTube viral video sensation as thousands of fans, artists, personalities and brands filmed their own versions to the track.[29][30][31] Key videos were recorded by Good Morning America[32] and The Simpsons.[33]

Thanks to a change in the Billboard chart rules in 2013, Harlem Shake became the first US number 1 produced exclusively by streaming.[34][35] YouTube produced an easter egg customisation for the song, where their user interface would appear to shake[36][37] at the start of the first verse. Harlem Shake is certified double platinum in the United States.[4] At the time of releasing his debut album Aa in 2016, Baauer, Adele and Drake held the record for top streams achieved in a week.[38][39] Harlem Shake won Dance Song of the Year and EDM Song of the Year at the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.[40]

First EPs[edit]

In August 2012 Baauer signed to the LuckyMe record label and released his debut EP Dum Dum,[41] and in 2014 the follow up EP ß.[42]

Aa[edit]

Baauer released his debut album, Aa (pronounced "double a") via LuckyMe on March 18, 2016. It has guest features by Future, G-Dragon, Leikeli47, M.I.A., Novelist, Pusha T, Rustie, Tirzah and TT the Artist. The album was announced by Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on January 27, 2016; Baauer's performance subverted the format of conventional late night TV performances as he sat on the guest sofa and pressed spacebar on his laptop to queue the live performance of rapper Leikeli47.[43] LuckyMe partnered with Apple Music to create and distribute music videos for Aa by the director and co-creator of Atlanta, Hiro Murai.[44]

2016[edit]

In addition to his debut album in 2016 Baauer also scored a catwalk show for Alexander Wang and played parties for the fashion designer in New York alongside G-Dragon of the K-Pop act Big Bang.[45][46] He also featured as a model in the "Wangang" campaign.[47] Also in 2016, Baauer's track "Horns" soundtracked Budweiser's Super Bowl campaign.[48]

2018[edit]

In 2018, he released four standalone singles, "3AM"[49] featuring AJ Tracey & Jae Stephens on July 12. Followed by "Hate Me",[50] featuring virtual influencer Lil Miquela on August 17. Baauer appeared on Spotify's Times Square Billboard in promotion of the track.[51] This was followed on October 23 by "Company" featuring Soleima,[52] which premiered with Zane Lowe on Apple Music. The video by Jonathan Zawada premiered with Pitchfork.[53] Baauer then released "Tep Tep" on December 13 as part of the LuckyMe advent calendar series.[54]

Also in 2018, Baauer composed the music for the second season of the Marvel/Netflix series Iron Fist.[55]

2019[edit]

In 2019 he featured on two songs on Rico Nasty's Anger Management Mixtape, alongside the Atlanta hip hop duo Earth Gang. The tracks were co-produced by Kenny Beats.[56]

Baauer's music was also featured in numerous campaigns and video games this year, including FIFA 20 and with an original song for Grand Theft Auto Online[57] alongside Danny Brown and Channel Tres. Baauer's track 'GoGo!' was used to trail 'The League of Legends Euro-Finals'. And his track “3AM”, was featured as theme music on KSI's YouTube.

Planet's Mad[edit]

In 2020 Baauer announced his second album Planet's Mad for release on June 5, 2020, via LuckyMe. It later got delayed to June 19, 2020. He announced the title track as the first single with an animated video directed by Actual Objects Studio, receiving a Vimeo Staff Pick. "Planet's Mad" was also used in a Vauxhall car commercial.[58][59]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions shown
Title Album details Peak chart positions
AUS
[60]
Aa 52
Planet's Mad
  • Released: June 19, 2020
  • Label: LuckyMe
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download, streaming
"—" denotes an album that did not chart or was not released.

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays
Title EP details
Dum Dum[61]
  • Released: September 25, 2012
  • Label: LuckyMe
  • Formats: Digital download
ß[62]
  • Released: October 27, 2014
  • Label: LuckyMe
  • Formats: Digital download

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

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
US
[4]
AUS
[63]
AUT
[64]
BEL
(FL)

[65]
CAN
[66]
IRL
[67]
NLD
[68]
NZ
[69]
SWI
[70]
UK
[71]
"Iced Up"[72]
(featuring BHB)
2011 Non-album singles
"Samurai"[73]
"Harlem Shake" 2012 1 1 9 2 6 5 4 1 5 3
"Dum Dum"
"Higher"[79]
(with Just Blaze featuring Jay-Z)
2013 91 82
"Infinite Daps"[80]
(with RL Grime)
"One Touch"[81]
(featuring AlunaGeorge and Rae Sremmurd)
2014 79 ß
"GoGo!"[82] 2015 Aa
"Cantina Boy"[83] 2016 Star Wars Headspace
"Day Ones"
(featuring Novelist and Leikeli47)
Aa
"Kung Fu"[84]
(featuring Pusha T and Future)
"Temple"[85]
(featuring M.I.A. and G-Dragon)
"How Can You Tell When It's Done?"[86]
(with C.Z.)
Non-album singles
"Paauer"[87]
"Night Out"[88]
(featuring Chaki Zulu, Kepha, JB, kZm and Petz)
"18"[89]
(with Kris Wu, Rich Brian, Joji and Trippie Redd)
2018
"Mdr"[90]
(with Party Favor)
"3AM"[91]
(with AJ Tracey and Jae Stephens)
"Hate Me"[92]
(with Miquela)
"Company"[93]
(featuring Soleima)
"Planet's Mad"[58] 2020 Planet's Mad
"Magic"[58]
"Aether"[94]
"Reachupdontstop"[95]
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
KOR
[96]
KOR
Billboard

[97]
"Coup d'Etat"
(G-Dragon featuring Diplo and Baauer)
2013 5 15 Coup D'Etat
"Just Enough"[98]
(Holly featuring Baauer)
2020 Dark Skies & Holy Grail
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released.

Remixes[edit]

2012

2013

2014

2015

2017

  • Flume – "Numb & Getting Colder" (Baauer Remix)
  • Gorillaz – "Saturnz Barz" (Baauer Remix)
  • alt-J – "In Cold Blood" (Baauer Remix)

2019

  • Holly – "Strip Money" (Baauer Remix)[99]

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