Joel Fletcher

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Joel Fletcher
Birth name Joel Fletcher Allan
Also known as Daflootch , Webby
Born (1992-01-30) 30 January 1992 (age 26)
Melbourne, Australia
Origin Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Genres Electro house, Melbourne bounce
Occupation(s) Disc jockey
Years active 2010–present

Joel Fletcher Allan, better known as Joel Fletcher, is a producer and DJ from Melbourne, Australia, who is best known for his 2013 remix of New Zealand rapper Savage's 2005 single "Swing"[1] which charted in Australia and in New Zealand.[2] In January 2014, Fletcher was announced as a support act for Avicii's headline tour, for Melbourne and Brisbane dates.[3][4] At the APRA Music Awards of 2015 Fletcher won Dance Work of the Year for "Swing (Joel Fletcher Remix)", which was co-written by Fletcher, Demetrius Savelio (aka Savage), Nathan Holmes and Aaron Ngawhika.[5]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

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Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
AUS
"Earthquake 8,8"
(with Juan Kue)
2010
"Two Faced"
(with Lorenzo D'Ianni)
"Natures Own"
"Queef"
(with Deorro)
2012
"Sweet & Sour"
"Afterdark" 2013
"Bring It Back"
(with Will Sparks)
33
  • ARIA: Platinum[6]
"Jetfuel"
(with Uberjak'd featuring Cris Gamble)
"Swing"
(with Savage)
2
  • ARIA: 3× Platinum[7]
"Loco"
(featuring Seany B)
2014 13
  • ARIA: Gold[8]
"Back 2 Front"
(with Reece Low)
"Bounce Baby"
"State of Emergency" 2015
"Bad Bitches"
(with Henry Fong featuring Savage)
"Drop It Low"
(with Orkestrated)
2016
"Mustafa"
(featuring Miracle)
"Acid Rain"
(with Will Sparks)
"Obsessed"
(featuring Bianca)
"Smooth Operator"
(with Tyron Hapi featuring Bianca)
2017
"Embers"
(featuring Bianca)
"Kooka"
(with Will Sparks)
"Where's the Love"[9] 2018

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