Striding into his third musical decade, GRAMMY winner Luke Solomon’s influence stretches far and wide across a scene that's been embedded in his DNA since the early 90s. The rebirth of Classic Music Company in recent times has brought one of the UK's most intriguing and respected artists to new audiences, ensuring his fingerprints remain indelibly imprinted on house music. A writer, producer and remixer, Luke’s latest contributions to two of 2022’s most anticipated albums, from Beyoncé and Honey Dijon, are a testament of his technical prowess as an artist. Solomon’s infamous 90s midweek London ‘ Space’ parties at Bar Rhumba alongside Kenny Hawkes introduced him to Derrick Carter, with whom he’d go on to form their seminal Classic imprint –its reemergence proved a musical renaissance for Solomon. Reviving the label in 2012 sowed the seeds for the emergence of his acclaimed second album, Timelines. Luke’s album The Lost Art Of Getting Down with his band Powerdance was released in July 2017 to critical acclaim including a five- star review in The Guardian. He ended the same year on a huge high, producing a run of singles with London collective Horse Meat Disco and taking home the DJ Mag award for Soldier of The Scene. 2022 saw Luke’s career reach new heights now a GRAMMY Award winning producer for his contributions to Beyoncé’s chart topping, life giving studio album, Renaissance. Inspired by dance music’s greats, album favourites Cozy and Alien Superstar ooze confidence with Luke’s and longtime co producer Honey Dijon’s distinctive club ready production. Rounding off an extraordinary year, teaming up again with close friend and collaborator Honey Dijon, Black Girl Magic was introduced to the world in November. Luke continues to run Classic, as well as the label’s monthly radio show Business as Usual, which to date has hosted artists across the dance spectrum.