Consistently pushing boundaries despite both age and experience, over the better part of the past decade Felix Jaehn has broken through one barrier after another. Five years post-release, his hit single “Ain’t Nobody” has officially won a “Diamond” award – the highest distinction in the music industry. This honor makes Jaehn the youngest German artist of all time to receive a second “Diamond” certification. “Ain’t Nobody” stormed the charts worldwide upon release in 2015, and is still one of the most successful releases ever.
Felix Jaehn: Reaching New Heights
With more than 20 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Felix Jaehn is one of the most listened to artists in the world. After remixing the song “Cheerleader” by Jamaican singer OMI in 2015 at the age of only 20, he scaled the charts overnight. The song also reached “Diamond” status in 2019, and has allowed Jaehn the opportunity to look back on his extremely successful career, despite still being in his mid-twenties. Today, the DJ and producer has revealed intimate details surrounding his life, inspirations, and mental health in an exclusive Behind The Scenes video, which can now be watched on YouTube.
“It’s amazing that even five years after my breakthrough, I’m still at the starting line and still get the opportunity to share my passion with the world. Thank you all for the incredible support!” – Felix Jaehn
Equipped with reinvigorated creativity, Jaehn’s musical journey has seen incredible growth. In 2020 alone, Jaehn has released “SICKO” (with Gashi & Faangs), “Thank You (Not So Bad)” (with VIZE), a remix for “Some Say” by the Swedish singer Nea, as well as his personal rework of his own track “SICKO“, all of which have entered the international charts. Fresh off the “Diamond” award, the next single by Felix Jaehn, “No Therapy” is already scheduled for release this August. Fans are also encouraged to vote for Jaehn in the DJ Mag Top 100 poll, where voting just opened.