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Stafford Brothers        

Australian Professional DJs and Producers; Known for the Hit Single "Hello"

Stafford Brothers are professional DJs and producers from Australia, who are currently based in Los Angeles. They have been consecutively ranked as the No. 1 DJs in Australia for the last three years. The brothers were the first electronic dance music act to sign to Cash Money Records - an American record label.

Stafford Brothers also have their own syndicated network TV show "The Stafford Brothers."

Stafford Brothers debut release on Cash Money Records titled 'Hello,' featured Young Money Entertainment's Lil Wayne and Christina Milian from NBC's "The Voice." The single was certified double platinum in Australia and hit No. 1 on the Australian artist singles chart, dance chart, club chart and iTunes dance chart. It peaked at No. 4 on the overall singles chart spending 20 weeks inside the top 50.

In 2011, Real Madrid C.F commissioned the Stafford Brothers to reproduce their club anthem "Himno del Real Madrid." "Everybody (Hala Madrid)" was released on iTunes along with an official music video featuring famous footage from Real Madrid games.

In Australia, The Stafford Brothers host their weekly radio show on Austereo Radio Network. In the United States, their radio program is hosted by Clear Channel's Evolution Radio on Saturday Nights. Recently the show featured, exclusive interviews with artists such as Nicky Romero, Thomas Gold, NERVO, Tommy Trash and Krewella.

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Will Cash Money EDM Stars The Stafford Brothers Spark Another ...

The Stafford Brothers want Cash Money to do another Rich Gang in honor of their signing.

The Stafford Brothers Say 'Hello' to America with Lil Wayne: On Set ...

The Aussie reality TV stars turn their sights on America with new single “Hello.”

Stafford Brothers Want To Work With Birdman | News Video | MTV

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