Salvatore Ganacci

In an age and time where the realms of electronic music have become increasingly saturated, true musical integrity and originality are fast becoming the key indicators of future successes. Salvatore has this in abundance resulting in securing his place as one of Sweden’s finest and innovative exports.

With an unwavering desire of wanting to hone his craft and curate a sound well ahead of his time, Salvatore has singlehandedly managed to do so utilizing an urban flip on modern dance music. Debuting his first original record alongside Jillionaire in 2014, Salvatore saw critical acclaim with “Fresh” which set the precedent for his future productions that left both fans and tastemakers alike yearning for more. This led to connecting with the likes of Afrojack, Snoop Dogg, Alesso, I See Monstas, and recently Trinidad James keeping Salvatore in the ephemeral spotlight in the eyes of top tier labels, but in 2015 his partnership with Sebastian Ingrosso’s label Refune Music truly saw his career bloom.

Quickly joining the ranks of Axwell Λ Ingrosso alongside Pusha T on the essential summer anthem, “Can’t Hold Us Down”, served as a landmark record for Salvatore before his debut single “Money In My Mattress” featuring Trinidad James. Riding on a wave of insurmountable success, Salvatore had reconnected with Ingrosso on the genre-bending track “FLAGS!” alongside LIOHN, which only further cemented his role in his urban overhaul from the European circuit.

Having garnered millions of streams and landmark international shows courtesy of his hard hitting and experimental sound, his fusion of big room, dancehall and modern pop music has separated this high octane performer from his Swedish contemporaries in a big way. 

2017 promises one of the most illuminating runs of solo material from Salvatore Ganacci to date, and has already seen the release of the songs Talk, Ride it with Sebastian Ingrosso ft Bunji Garlin and his latest single ”Way Back Home”, with further live landmarks and exciting developments adding to his rise as a globally exported Swedish heavyweight.