In the vibrant musical landscape of 1999, a collective of young Dutch DJs and exceptionally gifted producers came together with the dynamic frontwoman Judy, giving birth to the iconic group known as Alice Deejay.
Their groundbreaking album, ‘Who Needs Guitars Anyway?,’ stands as a testament to their prowess, boasting no fewer than five international hits. This remarkable release not only achieved the milestone of selling over one million albums but also unleashed a staggering five million singles upon the world. The impact was nothing short of meteoric, as Alice Deejay’s chart domination extended across borders, capturing the hearts of music enthusiasts in Germany, France, South Africa, Australia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Belgium, The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, and Canada, to name just a handful of the nations enraptured by their music.
Cast your mind back to the euphoric ’90s, and you would recall the infectious melodies and beats of lead singles such as “Better off Alone,” “Will I Ever,” and “Back In My Life” permeating the airwaves ceaselessly. Alice Deejay’s influence on the dance music scene was profound, leaving an indelible mark that resonated through the years.
Their signature track, “Better off Alone,” became a source of inspiration for many esteemed artists, including the likes of David Guetta, Akon, Whiz Khalifa, and more recently, Puerto Rican megastar Farruko. These artists skillfully integrated the catchy hook of “Better off Alone” into their own chart-topping hits, paying homage to the enduring legacy of Alice Deejay and their timeless music.