A huge name on the club-house scene, pioneer of the French Touch, Bob Sinclar’s career really took off in the 1990s. From a soul and hip-hop background, he has never limited himself to just house and techno, making him one the most eclectic artists in his profession. Now a world-famous DJ and star of clubs around the globe, he has crafted a host of succesful remixes and released hit after hit, including “The Beat Goes On”, “What A Wonderful World”, “World Hold On”, “Love Generation” and “Rock This Party”. After the release of his last album “Made In Jamaica”, which revisited his biggest hits in a reggae style accompanied by the most talented musicians in Jamaica (Sly and Robbie), Bob Sinclar decided to go back to his roots.With Disco Crash, the star DJ returns to the style that made him succesful around the world: a smart mix of genres and sounds, resulting in firm house.Bob Sinclar has invited the star of dancehall Sean Paul to participate on “Tik-Tok”, the first single taken from the new album. It’s a devastating piece of electronic ragga, based around a sample from the hit song “No Limit" by 2 Unlimited, a rhythmic and seductive track that evokes the DJ’s previous productions.Bob Sinclar reinvents disco with the album’s second hit "Far l'Amore", featuring the famous Raffaella Carrà. Actress, muse and veritable icon of 70s pop culture in Italy, Raffaella Carrà has marked entire generations with her hits and is instantly recognisable. This new version follows the style that has given Bob Sinclar a huge number of hits.The album Disco Crash has other surprises in store too, thanks to the pop-glam touch of Sophie Ellis Bextor (“Fuck With You”), the nonchalant rap of Snoop Dogg (“Wild Thing” & “Number One”) and the Latino energy of Pitbull (“Rock the Boat”) that will please fans and get any dancefloor moving.