Pete Tong Inducts A-Trak Into His Prestigious Hall Of Fame
Each week Pete Tong nominates another well deserving dance music legend to be inducted into his Hall Of Fame. The most recent artist to be inducted and go down in dance music history is tastemaker A-Trak.
Since the inception of his career, A-Trak has proven himself as a true master of his craft and has established quite a reputation as half of Duck Sauce. He's also juggled a number of side projects and solo releases while also running his own Brooklyn-based record imprint, Fool’s Gold Records.
A-Trak joins an array of the industry's living legends on the BBC Radio 1 host's Hall Of Fame list including the likes of Richie Hawtin, David Guetta and Benny Benassi to name just a few.
If you've been following A-Trak over the last couple of years, you'll know that he has a lot on his plate these days. Last year saw him release collaborative efforts including Duck Sauce and Low Pros. Now, he's got his first album on the way and plenty of promises for things to come. A-Trak’s status as one of the best in the business is only solidified with his Hall Of Fame listing, and there is no doubt that bigger things are still to come.
Check out A-Trak's Hall Of Fame listing here.