After Roger Sanchez, Goldie, Dub Pistols and Toy Dolls, we are adding another global music attraction to the Main stage on the sixth edition of D Festival.
Directly from England to Dojran, we’re welcoming the hit duo Sigma. From the very beginning, Sigma got on the top of the British single charts with two tracks – “Rudeboy” and “Changing” and the video for the colossal “Nobody to love” so far has around 200 million hits on YouTube.
Along the collaborations with names such as Kanye West, Paloma Faith, Eric Prydz, Elie Goulding, Kiesza and many more, the confirmation for their success and the freshness of their sound comes with the two Brit Awards nominations.
Their single “Higher”, featuring “Labirinth” topped the UK charts and the track introduced their highly anticipated album “Life”. Fans and critics loved it.
At the end of the same year the single “Coming home” was released. This was their first project with Rita Ora.
The duo (Cameron Edwards and Joe Lenzie) in just one year sold round 2 million copies of their singles; they had four top tracks on the charts and had two platinum awards.
Nominated on the Brit Awards, they’ve sold out their first live tour and have headlined worlds leading festivals such as Glastonbury, Bestival, Reading & Leeds, V, T in the Park, Pukklepop, Sziget and others.
Sigma are the one and only drum and bass artists that have performed on the BAFTA.