Asia’s fastest rising EDM artist, Justin Oh has proven that he’s a formidable name in the dance music industry. In the past year, he has performed at some of the biggest festivals and clubs in the scene including Ultra Music Festival Miami, Europe, Korea, Japan, Singapore, and Bali, and is quickly gaining notoriety in the East. He has shared the stage with the likes of Alesso, Armin Van Buuren, Hardwell, Skrillex, Axwell & Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, W&W, Dash Berlin, and more.
His career started when he was first discovered by the legend Paul Oakenfold himself, who chose Justin’s music as one of the top ten of 2012. Justin signed his first record deal with Oakenfold’s iconic Perfecto Records under the Armada family where he released his music and remixes. Since then, his career has been on the rise with performances around the world, his music landing Beatport’s Top Charts, and receiving support from some of the biggest names in the industry including BBC Radio1, A State Of Trance, and Group Therapy.
Justin Oh has also broken boundaries of the EDM scene in Korea by crossing over to working with Asian Pop artists. He collaborated with an acclaimed Korean artist, Younha, on the official Ultra Korea 2014 anthem, which was signed to Sony Asia. It placed top ten in the first week of release and debuted on the FM radio airwaves. In 2015, he repeated the success this time with Amber+Luna who are members from the renowned K-pop girl group called f(x). The track was released on SM Entertainment and featured as the theme song for Ultra Korea 2015.
2016 was his turning point as he became the very first Korean artist to sign records to Armada and Revealed and the very first Asian artist to join David Lewis Productions. In 2017, his collaboration track with Hyolyn from the renowned k-pop girl group Sistar, has been released on Spinnin’ Records and ranked at #5 on Beatport Dance Chart. Playing at Tomorrowland 2017 as the very first Korean artist was another highlight and it is no doubt that 2018 will be the highlight of his career.