New York City is renowned for its local homegrown talent. While it's a beacon for outsiders globally, offering them a fair shot at success, those who make it are often embraced as if they were nurtured right in the heart of New York. Nadav Vee is one such imported talent that New York has wholeheartedly adopted as its own.
Over time, Nadav's name has become synonymous with New York's most exclusive, high-end nightclubs and has resonated with international aficionados of the electronic music scene. His signature style, encompassing Deep House and Tech House, captivates audiences. He presents a myriad of emotions, guiding them on a vibrant journey that melds their minds and bodies through his energetically positive beats.
Nadav's journey began in Haifa, Israel. Later on, he and his family relocated to a city near Tel Aviv, the nightlife epicenter of Israel. In 1999, he made the significant move to New York City, where he continued to cultivate his passion for music. Nadav's undeniable talent, combined with his effervescent style and personality, soon caught the attention of New York's elite – from tastemakers and promoters to nightclub owners. Many have had the distinct pleasure of collaborating with him over the past decade.
His imprint on the music scene is evident. With residencies at iconic New York clubs like Provocateur, Pink Elephant, Cain, WIP, Griffin, Pangea, and Halo, Nadav's influence stretches beyond the city. His talent has graced events from the Sundance Film Festival to Burning Man's Black Rock City, from New Year's festivities at the BPM Festival in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, to beach parties in Greece and clubs in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Back in Israel, in the bustling city of Tel Aviv, he's headlined venues where legendary DJs such as the Swedish House Mafia, Luciano, Seth Troxler, Paul Oakenfold, Tiesto, Jamie Jones, Sebastian Ingrosso, and Deadmau5 have all showcased their talents.