Delecta Feature: Alex Gregor

We’re excited to highlight our new Delecta family member: Alex Gregor! Formally known as Alexis Gregory, the Haitian producer and DJ is quickly making his mark in the few short years he’s been producing. From Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, he’s leaving a lasting impression amongst the club scene and some of the biggest dance events on the island.

Alex Gregor grew up around a musical family and naturally had an ear for sound. Being from Haiti, it’s rare to encounter dance music, nonetheless to become a producer of the genre itself. The island is heavily influenced by R&B and caribbean music, but his uncle was a producer and disk jockey, and Gregor began to follow in his footsteps. He didn’t develop this passion to what it is now until a few years ago, when he starting messing around with production in 2015. 

He’s evolved with his love for making music, now fully engulfed in all things EDM and production. His drive comes from his quest to “become Haiti’s biggest musical export product”, and he’s quickly making strides. On top of this early success, he was listed on the Top to 50 DJ list in Haiti following his mashup of Martin Garrix’s track “Animals”.

His sound protrudes diversity, including everything from tech-house and progressive, to bigroom. He embodies his energetic sound, turning to the likes of Steve Angello, Axwell, Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, Hardwell, Dannic, and the boss-man himself Cedric Gervais for inspiration. His upcoming track “Blow Up This Shit” will be released on Gervais’ very own Delecta Records, and is described as one of Alex Gregor’s biggest accomplishments to date!

Typically, Gregor channels house music, but wanted to make an energetic, festival-proof electro house track with “Blow Up This Shit”. He started from the melody and from that point, kept developing the track in just six short weeks, until he felt confident that it fit the Delecta Standards.

We can’t wait to share Alex Gregor’s new track “Blow Up This Shit”, out TOMORROW! What better way to kick off the weekend than with a new Delecta release?