Armand Van Helden began his career in the early 90s.
Armand Van Helden is a house music artist and music remixer whose biggest commercial successes came from his remixes of the 1996 Tori Amos song "Professional Widow", which reached the top of the UK singles chart, and his own track "You Don't Know Me" which was Number 1 in the UK in January 1999. Van Helden was born in Boston in 1970 to a Dutch-Indonesian father and a French-Lebanese mother, but travelled around the world as a child spending time in the Netherlands, Turkey and Italy, as his father was a member of the US Air Force.
In 2011 he teamed up with DJ and Producer Steve Aoki producing Brrrat that also featured on Godskitchens’ electric Album.
Van Helden has remixed for various artists including Daft Punk, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, Britney Spears and more.
Armand Van Helden can be seen playing his sets in the US, IBiza and London for brands including The Ministry of Sound and Defected.