Bob Sinclar has performed on numerous occasions at BCM, being one of the recurring artists in our program every summer.
He is the owner of the record label Yellow Productions.
In the 2000s, several of Sinclar’s releases became international hits, being particularly popular in Europe. Some of his most popular hits include “The Beat Goes On” (2002), “Love Generation” (2005, featuring Gary “Nesta” Pine) and “World, Hold On (Children of the Sky)” (2006, featuring Steve Edwards). In 2006, Sinclar received the TMF Award Best Dance International (Belgium), and released the song “Rock This Party (Everybody Dance Now)”, which samples the 1990 C+C Music Factory’s song “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)”, under the label Defected Records. In 2008, Sinclar also recorded, along with Steve Edwards, “Together”. In 2009, he released “Lala Song” with the band The Sugarhill Gang, a remix of the band’s 1979 hit “Rapper’s Delight”, that was one of the very early hip hop songs and the first to hit the top 40 charts. In the 2010s, Sinclar became a very prolific music producer. In 2011, he released a song with Italian showgirl Raffaella Carrà called “Far l’amore”, a remixed version of Carrà’s 1976 song “A far l’amore comincia tu”. In 2013, Sinclar released a single called “Summer Moonlight”, while in 2015 he collaborated with Dawn Tallman for a track titled “Feel the Vibe”. In 2016, he released the track “Someone Who Needs Me”, under the label Spinnin’ Records, with whom he also released a collaboration with Akon, titled “‘Til the Sun Rise Up”. In June 2018, he released a single called “I Believe”, that was very popular, particularly in Italy and other parts of Europe. In May 2021, he collaborated with the vocalist Molly Hammar to produce the song “We Could Be Dancing”.