Eric Sheridan Prydz, also known by his aliases Pryda and Cirez D among a number of others, is a Swedish DJ, record producer, and musician. He rose to fame with his 2004 hit single "Call on Me", and saw continued chart success with "Proper Education" in 2007, and "Pjanoo" in 2008. In 2016, he released his debut studio album, Opus. In 2017, he won DJ of the Year at the Electronic Music Awards and was also nominated for Live Act of the Year.
|Birth name:||Eric Sheridan Prydz|
|Also known as:||AxEr, A&P Project, Cirez D, Dukes of Sluca, Groove System, Hardform, Pryda, Moo, Sheridan, Tonja Holma|
|Born:||July 19, 1976|
|Origin:||Täby, Stockholm County, Sweden|
|Genres:||House, techno, progressive house, tech house|
|Occupation(s):||Musician, record producer, DJ|
|Instruments:||Turntables, keyboard, guitar|
|Labels:||Pryda, Mouseville, Pryda Friends, Virgin, EMI, Astralwerks, Ministry of Sound, Arista|
|Website:||Eric Prydz's Official site|
|Twitter:||Eric Prydz's Twitter profile|
|Facebook:||Eric Prydz's Facebook profile|
|IMDb:||Eric Prydz's IMDb|
|SoundCloud:||Eric Prydz's SoundCloud|
About Eric Prydz
Swedish DJ best known for chart-topping singles like 2004's "Call On Me." He is also the head of the record labels Mouseville, Pryda, and Pryda Friends.
He burst onto the electronic music scene in 2002 with remixes of tracks like Outfunk's "Echo Vibes."
He released what British DJ legend Pete Tong deemed the Essential Mix of the Year in 2013.
He has a daughter and son who are often featured on his Instagram.
He released a remix of Michael Jackson's iconic "Thriller" in 2006.
Information related to Eric Prydz
- Ministry of Sound
- Swedish house musicians
- Swedish expatriates in the United Kingdom
- Swedish dance musicians
- Swedish male musicians
- Swedish DJs
- Astralwerks artists
- Swedish expatriates in the United States
- Musicians from Stockholm
- Arista Records artists
- Virgin Records artists
- Club DJs