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Origin Dallas, Texas, United States
Genres electronic, hip hop
Labels HealthRyder Music
Website http://lehtmojoe.com

LehtMoJoe is an American music producer and artist.


LehtMoJoe's stage name combines the names of his favorite Dallas Stars ice hockey players during the late nineteen-nineties, Jere Lehtinen, Mike Modano and Joe Nieuwendyk.[1]

In 2009, Leht released a solo album, Spaghetti Western, while hosting a live hip hop show at the Granada Theater in Dallas. Spaghetti Western tracks, together with a string of smart remixes, received significant attention on the local Dallas music scene and international airplay through The Hype Machine Radio, BBC Radio 1 and Mark Ronson’s Authentic Shit.[1][2] Official remixes released by Röyksopp, Dragonette, Au Revoir Simone, Trafik and Major Lazer established Leht on the electronic music scene.[citation needed]



  • #nofilter (2014), LehtMoJoe
  • Ride On (2012), LehtMoJoe
  • Aisle7 (2011), LehtMoJoe
  • The Intervention (2010), AnonymousCulture
  • Spaghetti Western (2009), LehtMoJoe
  • RemixONE (2009), LehtMoJoe
  • Attention, Center of (2007), Free Agent


Year Artist Title
2005 NIN "Only (Leht 99 Remix)"
2007 50 Cent vs. Paul McCartney "Christmas In Da Club"
2009 ELO vs. David Bowie "Suffragette Woman"
2009 Michael Jackson "Beat It"
2009 Au Revoir Simone "Another Likely Story"
2009 Major Lazer "Hold the Line"
2009 Common "Gladiator"
2009 The Hives "Main Offender"
2009 Dragonette "Pick Up The Phone"
2009 Smashing Pumpkins "Cherub Rock"
2009 Foo Fighters "D.O.A."
2009 Nirvana "Territorial Pissings"
2009 Peter Bjorn and John "Nothing to Worry About"
2009 Daniel Merriweather "Change"
2009 Röyksopp "This Must Be It"
2009 Trafik "Paid Up In Full"
2009 White Stripes "Blue Orchid"
2010 Giggle Party "Big Bang"
2010 Pantera "Cowboys From Hell"
2010 GalleryCat vs Mount Righteous "Childhood"
2010 Kontaktor "Bocce Ball"
2010 Paul McCartney vs. Soulja Boy "Christmas Swag"
2011 The Strokes vs. Lupe Fiasco "Machu Picchu Goes On"
2011 DJ Eric Ill "Dirty Secret"
2011 Pepper Rabbit "Murder Room"
2011 Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. "Morning Thought"
2011 311 "Wild Nights"


  1. ^ a b Freedman, Pete, "LehtMoJoe Lehts it Ride", The Dallas Observer, July 29, 2009.
  2. ^ Lester, Lance, "LehtMoJoe Interview." Bona Fide Darling. July 2, 2009.

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