Full Crate

Raised by his Armenian parents and moving to the Netherlands at the young age of 13, Dutch / Armenian Full Crate was exposed to different cultures from the beginning and knows how to work for his success.

Over the last years the independent artist and producer Full Crate has been a major force in the uprising of underground music, developing his production, writing and live show level in the process. The multi-talented Full Crate has released a string of songs that proved him to always be ahead of the curve. With his roots in Hip Hop & Soul culture, Full Crate has a firm spot on the forefront of forward thinking electronic music from RnB to Dancehall inspired music. With this background he worked on production and remixes Beyonce, Syd (The Internet), JoJo, Shakka, and many others including Rihanna that used his songs in her Savage Fenty show 2 years in a row.

Full Crate’s recent releases were (and will be again as soon we are allowed to club again) under heavy rotation in the club circuit worldwide, supported by DJ’s like Diplo, Target, DJ Jazzy Jeff, A-Trak & more.

Next to releasing independent Full Crate’s recent single ‘Hot’ and ‘Lowkey’ were picked up by respectively Mad Decent and 2TE/Warner Music UK.

In 2018 his debut EP ‘Still Growing’ was released, a personal document about embracing growth in life and dealing with growing pains. Full Crate’s biggest song to date “A Storm On A Summers Day” was featured on his debut EP. Still Growing is also the first project where Full Crate showcased his versatility as a songwriter, performer and visual artist. On Full Crate’s most recent 2020 released EP “In All Honesty” he continues this storytelling musical journey. Continuing his journey with a full live band, selling out his 4 debut shows in Amsterdam and London.

His song ‘She Was Fly’ that he made with his longtime friend & collaborator Mar was used in the Netflix Original ‘When They See Us’.

An exciting year awaits as Full Crate is preparing for his debut album, stay tuned for a lot of music in 2021.