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Erick Morillo

Within the course of only a few years, Erick Morillo used his world-renown DJ status to propel his own record label, Subliminal, to international prominence. Yet long before Subliminal became one of the most equitable brand names in house music, Morillo had experienced international success. He first tasted fame in 1993 with the chart-topping dancefloor sensation "I Like to Move It" for Strictly Rhythm. At this point in time, Morillo led the Latin house group Reel 2 Real, which recorded several other hits, though none as international in scope as "I Like to Move It." Following the demise of Reel 2 Real, Morillo began focusing his efforts on DJing. He started the Subliminal label in the late '90s and progressively became known as one of New York's top house DJs, not just locally but around the world, particularly London. By the end of the '90s, he held international residencies and operated one of the world's most successful house labels. In subsequent years, he maintained his lofty status as a DJ, and also his label's status, with several volumes in the Subliminal Sessions series and yet more residencies.

Though born in the United States, Morillo spent most of his pre-teen years in Colombia, where he lived with his family and grew accustomed to salsa and merengue music. He moved back to the States at age 11 and lived with his mother in New Yok. Following high school graduation, he studied at Manhattan's Center for Media Arts and began DJing at local clubs. Building upon the studio skills he learned at the Center for Media Arts, Morillo began producing reggae music and collaborated with reggae/rap artist el General on the song "Muevelo" in 1991. The song became a surprise hit and Morillo continued working as a producer. His next big song came in 1993, when New York's premier house label at the time, Strictly Rhythm, released his "The New Anthem"/"Funky Buddha" 12". Later that year, Strictly Rhythm released the "I Like to Move It" single, which became a monumental hit, and not just for Morillo and his Reel 2 Real project, but also for Strictly Rhythm.

Few songs reach the hit status that "I Like to Move It" did. It became a global smash hit and the label rushed Morillo into the studio to record a full-length album. The resulting album, Move It!, came out in 1994 and spawned several singles that did particularly well in England. Another Reel 2 Real album arrived shortly after in 1996 and again spawned multiple singles, the most noteworthy being "Mueve la Cadera (Move Your Body)." Despite all his success as Reel 2 Real, Morillo brought the project to an end and concentrated on DJing. He became a favorite in Ibiza and, in turn, built up a substantial reputation throughout Europe.

Morillo launched Subliminal Records in 1998 and embarked on a new phase in his brief yet already incredibly successful career. Given his reputation as a DJ, it didn't take long for him to transform Subliminal into a widely recognized outlet for New York-style house music. He earned a coveted residency at Ministry of Sound in London, which helped break the label in Europe, and continued DJing in New York, where he similarly familiarized listeners to his label's style of house. Among many of the producers affiliated with Subliminal are Harry "Choo Choo" Romero, Constipated Monkeys, Bob Sinclar, Richard F, Jose Nunez, and Pete Heller. Most of the producers are from New York and most veer toward the Latin end of the house spectrum. In particular, Morillo expanded his label's reputation during the early 2000s when he held a weekly residency at New York's elite Centro-Fly club called Subliminal Sessions and released a series of mix albums of the same name. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
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E R I C K M O R I L L O!!!!!
Love Eric Morillo and the caliber of sound he produces. His music has an influx and likeability to ear. Truly earcandy, as he takes the listener into a realm of digital digestion. Move!
Son keep the mollies And the xtc And I am far from innocent .Feel what I'm saying? House music is my life .Black Betty is my wife.esa loca da le Wevo. When it all Switch from free style to houses mad funky beat........ . .
Erick Morillo gives me the best rolls when I'm popping Molly .... Wepa wepa wepa wepa
Wicked good, awesome production, don't mess with NYC house!
This is what it sounds like when God gets his groove on & dances~!! ��
he need new s**t,,,he slipping
I love his music!!!!!
Went to High School with Erick, he breathes and exhales music, house genius!
eliannavides
Seen him in VEGAS!!! HE was AWSOME!!!
lyssylove1
great music this dj is amazing.
Hey -
hey~
You know what I want, it's the Rhythm...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ........ .........
importwirele s s
Greatest NYC DJ of the Past Decade. So Real. So MORILLO!!!
tatianaromer o
Just saw him at TAO Las Vegas for Labor Day weekend. THE BEST DJ I SAW ALL WEEKEND!
krico27
nothing bad comes out of colombia.... b a d for the body good for the soul !!!! colombian roots nyc soul !!!!
Grooving to Erick's tunes
ticogsxr1100
this guy is a beast he will keep your head bopping all night...!!!!
Ibiza!
emeralds09
I LOVE ERICK!
I want more!
...one word... "EPIC"!
paulraustin
Why isnt Pandora featuring Lee Kalt? I can't find any of his cuts on Pandora (at least not yet)
uppityb
He raised the roof of the Carl Cox tent at Ultra Music Festival in Miami last weekend! Amazing
The man is extremely talented what is he doing lately>\?? anyone know and is strickly rythum anywhere I cannot find it?
also listen to dalminjofjor d fusioneer you'll love it, peace derby
I like 'em :D some groovin beats, yo!
KEEP DOING THE GREAT JOB YOUR DOING IT WILL BE GREAT TO GO SEE YOU AND INNERSE MYSELF IN YOUR MUSIC WHEN ARE COMING DOWN TO MIAMI YOUR SECOND HOME

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