British producer Sigala, aka Bruce Fielder, boasts an impressive early musical background, after learning to play the piano at 8 years old, he achieved grade 8 only a few years later. He spent his teens first listening to jazz, then the likes of Pendulum, Sub Focus, Fatboy Slim and The Prodigy. After he finished Westminster University, he spent a year or two in unsigned bands, before deciding he wanted to be in the studio, writing and producing for himself and others.
Sigala’s latest single ‘Only One’ added to his tally of 5 hit singles (including his debut No.1), a growing collection of Platinum, Gold, and Silver disc awards, over 2.5 million singles sold, and over 700 million online streams.
Revealed as the No.1 most played British male artist across UK commercial radio, Sigala was amongst the top 3 most played artists on BBC Radio 1 in 2016, great achievements for a young producer who’s just over a year into his career.
Sigala’s been championed by Radio 1, Capital, Kiss, MTV, The Sun, Daily Mirror, Popbitch, Digital Spy, Shortlist, Clash, Complex, SubSoul, and beyond. In addition to working with John Newman, Nile Rodgers, Imani Williams, and DJ Fresh, he recently collaborated with Craig David (who joined Sigala for his first Radio 1 Live Lounge session) on ‘Ain’t Giving Up’.