Philadelphia, United States
Davidson Ospina by his early teens, was already producing & releasing his own tracks, playing keyboards & remixing artists on many popular dance labels. In 1996, he made his mark with his first hit El Cantor "Toma" on Digital Dungeon Records . This record became a LatinHouse club anthem across the world for months and peaked #9 on the Billboard Dance charts for several weeks . His success increased the demand as a Remixer/Producer on major & indie labels which landed his first commissioned dance remixes on Atlantic Records for The Gypsy Kings & Pet Shop Boys. This immediately propelled him into the mainstream. Popular artists, who wanted a presence in the clubs, like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, The Backstreet Boys, Enrique Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Marc Anthony, Brandy, and many others, all sought Davidson out for his dance remix work.
In 1998, things paid off big going Platinum with 1 MILLION SALES for Ospina’s remix of Britney Spears, “Baby, One More Time” (Jive Records) .