Get to know the Sydney electronic DJ.
Rising from the demise of a broken monarchy, Royal is fiercer, hungrier and more powerful than ever before; the queen is ready to resume her spot on the electronic music throne.
Sharing stages with the likes of LDRU, Klingande, Timmy Trumpet, Hermitude and opening for world class performers such as ToveLo and Gangs of Youth. Royal is associated with the big guns who play it hard, fast and loud. As one of the only female DJs to hold a residency at Sydney’s iconic Candy’s Apartment, it’s testament that this woman has earned her respect through her craft and style of music that’s gate-kept for only the best in the EDM and dubstep Mashup scene. Royal has also taken her rein to South East Asia, headlining stages in Indonesia and Vietnam.
As a favourite at iHeart Radio with her weekly show Royal Radio on iHeart Dance interviewing big shots like Peking Duk, Royal also makes her mark on live radio monthly on RawFM and took out the championship against several other DJs and producers for the Edge 96.1 mix competition where she jumped in the studio, working with the scene’s hottest producers The Chainsmokers in an intensive production workshop. Production is also up her majesty’s sleeve; spending hours in the studio with a debut single in the works for the second half of 2017.
Royal doesn’t stop there. Her fingers are firmly in the pies of the world’s hottest events - recently making her debut at Snowtunes Music Festival, combined with bringing the beats for iHeart Radio and MTV live events to name a few. It is clear to say this is not the last you will see of Royal on the big stage.
This is her year, this is her rein. God save the Queen.
Royal’s Top 10 tracks this week:
|1||Illyus||I Feel Love|
|3||Colour Castle||I Know A Place|
|5||Death Ray Shake||Sinners|
|6||Galantis||Tell Me You Love Me|
|7||Madison Avenue||Who The Hell Are You|
|8||Steve Frank||Wall Of Lights|
|9||Rave Radio||Carry You|
|10||Duke Dumont||Real Life|
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