Valentino Khan

Valentino Khan is a music producer & DJ from Los Angeles, CA.

He has produced music for multi-platinum hip hop artists B.o.B, T.I., Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz & Tyga . He also has EDM releases on Ultra Records, Mad Decent and Dim Mak Records.

Above all, Valentino is known for showing his remarkable versatility as a producer, while consistently maintining quality throughout his major label hip hop and EDM work.

Valentino has put out official remixes for artists such as Wiz Khalifa, Skylar Grey, Kreayshawn, The Bloody Beetroots, Benny Benassi, Congorock, Sean Paul, DJ Craze and (upcoming from) Steve Aoki.

He also recently did an exclusive mix for Diplo's BBC Radio 1 show Diplo and Friends, diving into a number of genres during his hour long set.

In May of 2012, B.o.B. released his second studio album "Strange Clouds," which included the Khan-produced "Play For Keeps."  The track drew critical acclaim from Billboard among others.  Prior to that, Valentino's production was featured on T.I.'s "Loud Mouth," a track that also featured 2 Chainz.

Meanwhile, in the EDM world, his dancefloor anthem "Rukus" (with Will Bailey) was released through Diplo's Mad Decent label in February of 2012.  This moombahton tune gained DJ spins from everyone from Flux Pavillion, Nadastrom, Dillon Francis and Diplo himself.

He then embarked on one of the year’s most ambitious electronic music projects, remixing Jay-Z & Kanye West’s critically acclaimed Watch The Throne album.  This remix album, named “Mark The Throne,” consisted of 14 remixed tracks completed in one month without the use of any stems or acapellas. The project showcased the versatility of Valentino’s sound, exploring everything from complextro and moombahton to dubstep and house. Mark The Throne has been seen on a variety of internet hotspots including Earmilk, Idolator, Mad Decent, Pigeons & Planes, and MTV Hive which deemed the album, "a dance record so good, you'll forget the source material."

His music has received support from Skrillex, Diplo, Steve Aoki, Dillon Francis, Knife Party, Flux Pavillion, Baauer, The Prodigy, MSTRKRFT, Congorock, Felix Cartal, Autoerotique, Toddla T, Bart B More, Will Bailey, Nadastrom, AC Slater, DJ Craze, Munchi, Alvin Risk, Torro Torro and many more.

Valentino Khan makes everything.

From hip hop club anthems to dance music hits, Valentino's production knows no bounds. He has produced hip hop for multi-platinum and Grammy award-winning artists such as B.o.B., T.I., Bruno Mars, 2 Chainz, Iggy Azalea, Tyga and Kid Sister.

This year Khan already has a full plate, performing at Ultra Music Festival and releasing collaborations with Flosstradamus & GTA.  He already has a great deal of new singles lined up for release on OWSLA. VK also has remixes for both Floss and Zeds Dead that add to his already impressive collection of music in 2015.

In the summer of 2014, Valentino signed to Skrillex's OWSLA imprint for his dance music releases and released his debut EP "In Khan We Trust." The music video for the lead single "Make Some Noise" was in high circulation around the internet and MTV and was nominated as an official selection for SXSW's film festival.  Khan also has had official releases on Mad Decent, Dim Mak, Columbia, Interscope, Warner Music, Ultra Records, and Slow Roast.

Valentino has shown a unique versatility in dance music -- progressive house, techno, electro, hardstyle, trap, and more. Because of this, his work has garnered the loud support of some of the biggest names in EDM including the likes of Skrillex, Diplo, Boys Noize, Steve Aoki, A-Trak, Dillon Francis, Kill The Noise, Knife Party and many more.

He has also established himself as one of the most in-demand remixers, with official remixes for artists such as Skrillex, Dillon Francis, Flosstradamus, Wiz Khalifa, M.I.A., Zeds Dead, The Bloody Beetroots, Paul McCartney, Bro Safari and many more!

In recent years Khan has made quite an impact in the world of music, both as a producer and a DJ. Valentino and Diplo co-produced the smash single "Bubble Butt" for Major Lazer, which was a staple for radio, clubs, and festivals across the world. Additionally, in conjunction with his own headlining shows, Valentino has performed as support for Skrillex, Zedd, Flosstradamus and the Bloody Beetroots on their own respective tours.

Both the present and the future are bright for Khan, and he now looks to continue his success in both the dance music and production worlds.