Eduardo Luzquinos, is a 26-year-old Peruvian DJ and producer based in the city of Barcelona, Spain, who rose to prominence in 2019 thanks to his song Counting Lunares “Deep House”, with which his popularity has been such that he With over 200 million views on Spotify, over 120 million views on YouTube, it was danced to the final gala of one of the most famous concerts in the Spanish national territory: Fame, Let’s Dance! By Movistar Plus, Being able to cross all kinds of boundaries, In 2020, Somebody You Loved (Lambada Francesa), Te Quiero Remix, Ella Quiero Hmm Ha Hmm, YRN, Don’t Rush, Va Va Vroom Voom, Tik Tok But there were real world hits.
In this regard, Eduardo Luzquinos declared “Contando Lunares ‘Deep House’ was the beginning of my future as a producer, as it was the most viral remix for me in 2019”.
The artist said that TikTok has been a great tool for the emergence of his career, as it is where his remixes and songs become more viral, danced by millions with the label Eduardo Luzquinos.
Apart from producing his own songs, one of the aspects that consolidated this author as a benchmark in his field is his extensive quality in creating remixes of some of the most outstanding songs of all time.
Inspired by what I hear on TikTok and Spotify, I love making remixes of old songs and existing songs, whether to create my own songs or remix some of the best songs of that time.
Eduardo Luzquinos said that people’s interest in his music has increased due to Tiktok. “Every day they appreciate us more, because earlier it was a very small and low-value job.”
He stated that his biggest influences are: “DJ BL3ND” American DJ and singer of Mexican parentage; as well as the late Swedish DJ, remixer and music producer “Avicii”; British DJ, singer and producer “Calvin Harris”; Dutch DJ and producer “Oliver Heldens” and Argentine music producer and DJ “Bizzarap”.
Regarding his debut, Eduardo Luzquinos recalled that he had always been interested in music from a very young age. “I was a DJ in school and I’ve always loved being the one who played music at school parties, except at home I learned to create and create remixes with FL Studio”.
In the interview, Creative mentioned that his preparation was initially self-taught and he later studied sound engineering at SAE Barcelona.
Speaking about the evolution of music today, Eduardo said, “Music is something that changes, merges and is so much more today, so now we merge and experiment with producer sounds so that music can be created.” Continue the development.”
“New technologies are very important, because with it we have new equipment that is capable of producing and doing whatever crazy thing comes to mind,” he said.
Among the challenges he has faced, he said, “For remixes, especially for record companies, when you are not well known, they put more obstacles in the way of collaborating with you.” Huh.”
When advising people interested in starting out as a DJ, Eduardo Luzquinos commented, “They try new techniques, there are always tons of tutorials on YouTube or if they play a DJ in a bar or a disco, they’ll have a great time trying out new techniques.” They try new things, which will make you stand out and have more confidence in yourself.”
He also mentioned that fame, success and wealth do not imply that they go together but that everything helps. “Sometimes it’s too easy to get fame, the hard thing is to be worth it.” “Sometimes you can have money and not be famous or successful.”
He is currently working as a music producer and DJ; And in the long run, he wants to create more songs of his own and develop his “Eduardo Luzquinos” brand.
- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eduardoluzquinos/
- Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1dXyyDbutMVteLKOOVqz6Z?si=-NX8DwCwTpm4k-Iq-iuSfA
- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Luzquiños
- SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/eduardoluzquinos2
- Page: https://eduardoluzquinos.com/