Wave Wave Makes Waves at Miami Music Week With Exciting News of Upcoming Music

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DJ and Producer Wave Wave joined us at the Calpak popup studio during the Nexus Lounge Miami to share her humble music beginnings, teased upcoming projects, and participate in our Take 5 series!

Tjark Bellut, also known as Wave Wave, is a 25-year-old musical artist hailing from Hamburg. Ever since dropping his debut banger in 2017, he’s been on a wild ride: smashing the 100 million streams milestonewhipping up official remixes for big shots like Endless Summer, Cheat Codes, Quarterhead, Jonas Blue, Sam Feldt, and Winona Oak.

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Wave Wave has a super fan and supporter in the music scene, and that’s none other than Robin Schulz, who was actually one of the inspirations behind Wave Wave’s journey into electronic music production. The legendary German DJ and producer signed Wave Wave onto his new label, Mentalo Music, in 2020 – a major achievement for someone who started crafting beats at just 15 years old. Interestingly, Wave Wave’s stage name pays homage to Schulz himself, inspired by Schulz’s track “Wave After Wave.” There’s a line in that song that Wave Wave really vibes with: “Sometimes everything’s good. Sometimes everything’s bad, wave after wave goes up, goes down.”

What began as a young boy goofing around with friends, tinkering with hip-hop and clunky house tunes in his early days, blossomed into a deep passion for crafting the perfect melody paired with killer beats. And now, he’s ready to take his art to the next level.

Today, Wave Wave’s sonic palette spans club tracks infused with a touch of melancholy, blending melodic and tech house sounds alongside more mainstream tunes that hit radio airwaves globally. His music defies categorization, flowing seamlessly between house beats and dance-pop, peppered with acoustic elements and a warm, inviting aura.

Wave Wave’s recent tracks like “You Shine,” “The Dream,” and “Desire” have racked up millions of streams and received massive support at top-tier festivals like Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, and EDC. His social media presence has also skyrocketed, amassing nearly 500k followers combined on Instagram and TikTok over the past two years. As a live performer, he made his debut in front of live audiences in 2022. By 2023, he was headlining major shows at iconic venues such as Pacha Ibiza and New City Gas in Montreal, solidifying his status as a powerhouse in the electronic music scene.

This year, Wave Wave stole the show at Miami Music Week 2024, leaving fans excited as he hinted at a collaboration with DJ Medusa. However, his latest single resulted from teaming up with singer-songwriter Flex B. After several months of collaboration, they completed “Baby I’m a Boss.” Describing the track, Wave Wave said

"It's actually a cover [of a song] that was made in 2014 by flex B, and I played it in my radio show. With a completely new twist, and like the 2024 version of it. You have to check out the original one. It's really good. But, we made it a little bit more modern, like a 2024 sounding track."

To learn more about Wave Wave, including his favorite toy as a kid, listen to our full interview below.

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