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Антон Заславский
Zedd in 2014
Zedd in 2014
Background information
Birth nameAnton Zaslavski
Born (1989-09-02) 2 September 1989 (age 31)
Saratov, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union (present-day Saratov, Russia)
OriginKaiserslautern, Germany
  • DJ
  • record producer
  • songwriter
Years active2002–present
Associated acts

Anton Zaslavski[5] (Russian: Антон Заславский;[a] born 2 September 1989), known professionally as Zedd (/zɛd/), is a Russian-born[6][7] German DJ, record producer and songwriter. He primarily produces and performs electro house music,[8] but has diversified his genre and musical style, drawing influences from progressive house, dubstep, and classical music.

Zedd grew up and began his music career in Kaiserslautern, Germany.[9] His stage name, Zedd, was derived from zed, the Non-American English name for the letter Z, the first letter of his surname.[10] In 2012, he released "Clarity" (featuring Foxes), which propelled him to mainstream success, reaching the 8th position on the Billboard Hot 100 and earning him a Grammy for Best Dance Recording at the 56th Grammy Awards.[11] Later in 2012, he released his debut studio album Clarity, with hit single "Stay the Night" (featuring Hayley Williams) appearing on the 2013 deluxe edition of the album.

In 2015, his second studio album True Colors was released, supported by its lead single "I Want You to Know" featuring Selena Gomez. Subsequent well-known songs include "Stay" with Alessia Cara, peaking at number 7, "The Middle" with Maren Morris and Grey, and, as a featured artist, "Break Free" with Ariana Grande, peaking at number 4 in the US.

Early life[edit]

Anton Zaslavski was born on 2 September 1989 in Saratov, Soviet Russia, to a Jewish family.[12] He grew up in Dansenberg, Kaiserslautern, Germany,[6] after his family moved there when Anton was three years old.[13] He reportedly is a classically trained musician, the son of two musicians. His father, Igor Zaslavski, is a guitarist and schoolteacher, and his mother is a piano teacher.[13][14] He began playing the piano at the age of four and drums at twelve years old.[15][16] He has an older brother, Arkadi, and a younger half brother, Daniel.[14] In 2002, Zaslavski began playing for the German deathcore band Dioramic, signed by Lifeforce Records. Zaslavski's interest in producing electronic music was piqued after hearing Cross by the French electronic duo Justice.[17]


2010–2011: Beginnings[edit]

Zedd logo

After leaving Dioramic in 2010, Zedd won two Beatport remix contests in 2010;[18] his first original release, "The Anthem", entered the Beatport Electro house chart in the top 20.[19]

He also remixed Skrillex's "Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites". He has since produced remixes of well-known artists, including Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, the Black Eyed Peas, Periphery and others. Zedd now sits as one of the top producers of the decade.[20] Zaslavski creates his music using the Cubase suite of music production applications, and uses plug-ins such as the Sylenth1, Nexus, SynthMaster 2.6, and Omnisphere synthesizers, and the Kontakt sampler.[21]

Zedd's remix of Lady Gaga's track "Born This Way" appeared on the special edition of her third studio album, Born This Way (2011).[22] In 2011, his single "Shave It Up" (then known as "Shave It") became Zedd's first release on OWSLA. Zedd went on to release "Slam the Door" and "Shotgun" with OWSLA before departing to release his debut album in 2013.[citation needed]

2012–2014: Clarity[edit]

Porter Robinson, Zedd, and Skrillex performing at SXSW on 16 March 2012
Zedd at 2013 Moment of Clarity World Tour at the Aragon, Chicago

In 2012, Zedd signed with Interscope Records and released his debut single from the label, "Spectrum", with lyrics and vocals by Matthew Koma.[23] It shot to the top of Billboard's Hot Dance Club Songs.[24] He then produced the Eva Simons song, "I Don't Like You", which was also released on Interscope. He also produced and co-wrote the third single "Beauty and a Beat" with Max Martin for Justin Bieber's third studio album, Believe.[25]

On 12 October 2012, Zedd released his debut studio album, Clarity, with "Shave It" as the album's first single and "Spectrum" as its second single. "Clarity", featuring British singer-songwriter Foxes, was released on 1 February 2013 as the album's third single. It charted in the top 10 of Billboard Hot 100, sold 2,238,000 copies, and was certified platinum, making it Zedd's most successful single to date. The song also became the #1 most played on American radio on 10 September 2013.[26] Zedd concluded 2013 with his first worldwide tour, selling out venues across 5 continents.[27]

Zedd worked with Japanese singer Namie Amuro and produced her promotional single, "Heaven" for her album Feel.[28] Zedd would later work with her again in 2015 for her album, genic, although none of his songs were actually featured on the album.[29]

"Stay the Night", featuring Hayley Williams, was released as a single on 10 September 2013, as part of the deluxe version of Zedd's album. The song met similar success, although it was criticized for its lack of uniqueness and less powerful lyrics compared to "Clarity".[30] It ranked in Billboard Hot 100's top 20, and certified platinum as well.[31] In 2013, Zedd produced "Aura", "G.U.Y.", and "Donatella" on Lady Gaga's 2013 album, Artpop.[32] On 26 January 2014, he released the single "Find You" featuring Matthew Koma and Miriam Bryant, which is included on the soundtrack for the film Divergent.[33]

On 3 July 2014, Ariana Grande released a song with Zedd entitled "Break Free",[34] which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at No. 1 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs.[35] The song was nominated at the Teen Choice Awards in the category of "Break-Up Song".[36] On 18 December 2014, Moment of Clarity, a documentary about Zedd and his 2013 world tour, was released through his YouTube channel, with Sandra Bullock, Rachel Weisz and Julia Roberts.[37]

2015–2016: True Colors[edit]

After taking a six-month break, Zedd announced the release of his second studio album, True Colors. On 23 February 2015, Zedd released his collaboration featuring Selena Gomez, "I Want You to Know".[38] The song was co-written by Zedd, Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic, and Kevin Drew, and produced by the former.[39][40] The song was nominated for "Choice Party Song" at the Teen Choice Awards and made it to #1 on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Songs and peaked at number 17 on Billboard Hot 100.[41] The song was certified platinum in the US for selling over one million copies.

Zedd released his second single, "Beautiful Now" featuring Jon Bellion, on 13 May 2015. The album, True Colors, was released two days later.[42] The album peaked at number 1 on Billboard's Dance/Electronic Albums, and has ranked at other various international charts.[43] The third single from the album, "Papercut", featuring Troye Sivan, was released on 17 July 2015.[44] On 22–23 May, he headlined the Counter Point Music and Arts Festival along with The Roots and Widespread Panic.[45] Along with Eric Prydz, Zedd headlined the first day of 2015 Spring Awakening Festival.[46]

Zedd performed at the 2015 CMT Music Awards with Lady Antebellum. Together, they performed mashup of their songs "Long Stretch of Love" and "Beautiful Now."[47] His second world tour, the True Colors Tour, ran from August to November 2015 and visited Asia, North America and Europe.[48] Zedd was included in the line-up for Coachella 2016.[49] On 26 February 2016, Zedd released the single "Candyman" alongside Aloe Blacc.[50] On 15 July 2016, singer Hailee Steinfeld and producer duo Grey released a song featuring Zedd titled "Starving",[51] which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40[52] and No. 5 on the UK Singles Chart.[53]

Zedd released a collaboration with Riot Games for the 2016 League of Legends eSports championship, Worlds, titled "Ignite" on 26 September 2016.[54] He followed up the release of the song with a "Finals Remix" a month later.[55] On 15 December 2016, Zedd released a remix of DJ Snake's hit song "Let Me Love You".[56]

2017–present: Upcoming third studio album[edit]

Zedd performing at the 2017 VELD Music Festival

In 2017, he organized a benefit concert for the American Civil Liberties Union, prompted in response to US President Donald Trump's executive order to "suspended all refugee admissions for 120 days and blocked citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries, refugees or otherwise".[57][58][59] The line-up included Daya, Halsey, Macklemore, Tinashe and Skrillex. On 23 February 2017, Zedd released his collaboration along with Alessia Cara, "Stay" which debuted at number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 and 33 on the UK Singles Chart.[60] On 6 July 2017, Zedd released his single with Liam Payne, "Get Low".[61]

On 23 January 2018, Zedd released his single with Maren Morris and Grey, "The Middle", which was raised to No. 1 on the Billboard Pop Songs radio chart and peaked at No. 5 spot on the Billboard Hot 100.[62] In March 2018, Billboard named Zedd as number seven on their 2018 ranking of dance musicians titled Billboard Dance 100.[63][64]

Zedd was tapped by National Geographic to make a song inspired by the documentary series One Strange Rock and released a video to the song, also titled "One Strange Rock" on his YouTube channel on 9 April 2018.[65] On 17 July 2018, Zedd released his single with Elley Duhé, "Happy Now". The accompanying music video was later released 23 August 2018.

On 27 September 2018, Zedd released his remix of the Shawn Mendes single "Lost in Japan".[66] This single quickly rose onto the Top 40 charts and was the first collaboration between the two artists. They performed this song at the 2018 American Music Awards on 10 October 2018 and then performed it again at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on 8 November 2018. The accompanying music video was released following both performances on 9 November 2018.

On 14 February 2019, Zedd released his collaboration with Katy Perry, "365", along with the song's music video.[67]

Zedd performed at Coachella on the main stage 21 April 2019, bringing out Katy Perry, Alessia Cara, and Maren Morris.[68] On 1 May 2019, Zedd announced the Orbit Tour, which kicks off in the fall of 2019. He will tour along with duo NOTD and Jax Jones.[69]

On 31 May 2019, Katy Perry released her single "Never Really Over" in which Zedd is a producer and a songwriter on the track. The song debuted at number 15 on the US Billboard Hot 100.[70]

On 27 September 2019, Zedd released the single "Good Thing" with Kehlani.[71]

On 10 October 2019, Zedd tweeted that he had been "permanently banned" from China due to his liking of a tweet related to South Park, an American adult animated sitcom which has been banned in the country several days prior as a result of the episode "Band in China".[72] This seemingly only applies to live performances however, as much of his music remains easily accessible within the country.

On 16 July 2020, Zedd released the single "Funny" with Jasmine Thompson, along with the song's music video.

On 23 October 2020, Zedd released the single "Inside Out" with Griff.


Awards and nominations[edit]

American Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2013[73] Zedd Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist Nominated
2015 Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist Nominated
2015 Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist Nominated
2018 Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist Nominated
"The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Collaboration of the Year Nominated

APRA Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2019 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Dance Work of the Year Won
Most Played Australian Work Won

Billboard Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014[74] "Clarity" (ft. Foxes) Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated[74]
Clarity Top Dance/Electronic Album Nominated[74]
Zedd Top Dance/Electronic Artist Nominated
2015 "Break Free" (ft. Ariana Grande) Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated
2016 True Colors Top Dance/Electronic Album Won
Zedd Top Dance/Electronic Artist Nominated
2018 "Stay" (ft. Alessia Cara) Top Dance/Electronic Song Nominated
2019 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Top Radio Song Nominated
Top Dance/Electronic Song Won

DJ Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 Zedd Best Electro DJ Nominated[75]

Grammy Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "Clarity" (ft. Foxes) Best Dance Recording Won[76]
2017 "Stay" (ft. Alessia Cara) Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated
2018 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Record of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year Nominated
Best Pop Duo/Group Performance Nominated

iHeartRadio Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "Stay the Night" (ft. Hayley Williams) EDM Song of the Year Nominated
2016 Zedd Dance Artist of the Year Nominated
2018 "Stay" (ft. Alessia Cara) Dance Song of the Year Won
Best Collaboration Nominated
Zedd Dance Artist of the Year Nominated
2019 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Song of the Year Won
Dance Song of the Year Won
Best Collaboration Nominated
Zedd Dance Artist of the Year Nominated

MTV Europe Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 Zedd Best Push Act Nominated[77]

MTV Video Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2013[78] "Clarity" (ft. Foxes) Artist To Watch Nominated
2014[79] "Stay the Night" (ft. Hayley Williams) MTV Clubland Award Won
Best Editing Nominated
2017 "Stay" (ft. Alessia Cara) Best Dance Won
2019 "Get Low" (ft. Liam Payne) Nominated

Much Music Video Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2018 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Best Collaboration Nominated
Song of the Summer Nominated
Zedd Best EDM/Dance Artist or Group Nominated

Radio Disney Music Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014 "Clarity" (ft. Foxes) Best Musical Collaboration Nominated
2017 "Starving" (ft. Hailee Steinfeld & Grey) Best Crush Song Nominated
2018 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Song of the Year Nominated
Best Dance Track Nominated
Best Collaboration Nominated

Teen Choice Awards[edit]

Year Recipient Category Result
2014[80] Zedd Choice Music – Electronic Dance Music Artist Nominated
"Break Free" (ft. Ariana Grande) Choice Music: Break-Up Song Nominated
2015 "I Want You to Know" (ft. Selena Gomez) Choice Music: Party Song Nominated
Choice Theme Song Won
2017 "Stay" (ft. Alessia Cara) Choice Music Collaboration Nominated
Choice Pop Song Nominated
Choice Summer Song Nominated
Zedd Choice Electronic/Dance Artist Nominated
Choice Summer Male Artist Nominated
2018 "The Middle" (ft. Maren Morris & Grey) Choice Music Collaboration Nominated
Choice Electronic/Dance Song Nominated
Zedd Choice Electronic/Dance Artist Nominated
2019 "365" (ft. Katy Perry) Choice Electronic/Dance Song Nominated

Tours and concerts[edit]


  • Moment of Clarity Tour (2013)
  • True Colors Tour (2015)
  • Echo Tour (2017–2018)
  • Orbit Tour (2019)


  • Zedd at OMNIA Nightclub in Las Vegas (2017–present)


Guest appearance[edit]


  1. ^ tr.Anton Zaslavskij, pronounced [ɐnˈton zɐsˈlafskʲɪj]


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