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 over 400 electronic dance music records [1] including working on tracks by Dizzee Rascal, Sugababes, Nas, Black Eyed Peas, Jessie J, Iggy Azalea, Duke Dumont, Avicii, Ludacris, Lil Wayne, Sigma, Rizzle Kicks, Chemical Brothers, Cee Lo Green and David Guetta[2] and singing the lead vocals on the international hit single 'Tell Me Why' by Supermode[3]. Albumcredits.com lists Ritson as the performer who has played on the most Electronica genre records, out of all the musicians in the world [4].

Hal Ritson was hired as Musical Director for Dizzee Rascal's 2009 performance at the BBC electric Proms [5][6] 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]


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

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