Dance music has its fair share of colourful characters. There's the charm of Troxler, the wit of Jackmaster and the charisma of Väth but there are only a handful of artists that bear all of these qualities and then some.
Canadian showstopper Tiga has been providing us with nearly two decades of musical and comedic brilliance and he's one of a few musician's who's managed to evolve an innovate at an alarming rate during his illustrious career.
His honesty, humour and hugely popular musical output has had us on the edge of our seats for as long as we can remember.
Whether it's launching and nurturing the careers of some of the world's best artists via his label Turbo Recordings or wooing us with his silky smooth, sultry vocals, Tiga James Sontag has the game on lock.
The truth is, he always has.
His latest single 'Woke' follows on from his new album 'No Fantasy Required' and a debut live show that wowed audiences around the world so it seems only right that we look back upon the game-changer's most iconic moments to date.
There will be music, there will be majesty, there will be magic.
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