Born and raised in the vibrant city of Jerusalem, Roy Rosenfeld is a revered figure who bustled from streets of Jerusalem to the energetic hubs of Tel Aviv.
As a child, Rosenfeld was fascinated by the infectious energy and distinct atmosphere of his hometown. This interest in his surroundings ignited a deep love for music, which soon became the core of his existence. He honed his craft in various styles of house music, developing a unique sound that has become synonymous with his name.
Starting as a resident DJ in a dance bar in Jerusalem, Rosenfeld's love for house music took him to larger stages across Israel. His distinct style soon gained international attention, earning him collaborations with leading labels like Lee Burridge's "All Day I Dream," Guy J's, "Lost & Found," Guy Gerber's "Rumors," and Sebastien Leger's "Lost Miracle." His 2023 chart-topper "Kala" on VOD records, hit #1 on Beatport's Organic House/Down Tempo list, earning praise from industry elites like Keinemusik.
Throughout his career, Rosenfeld has delivered several iconic pieces, such as the 2015 anthem "Epika" with Guy Mantzur, and "The Biggest Heart," a hit at 2019's Burning Man. His most recent release, "Kala," quickly topped Beatport's charts and his digital footprint boasts a Spotify playlist reach of 1.46 million.
With increased global demand for his sound, Rosenfeld is constantly touring constantly, gracing stages all over the world he has been a featured performer at prominent festivals worldwide like Tomorrowland, We Are Lost, and All Day I Dream, Marvelous Festival, and Sundance. He has also founded "No Drama," a successful dance-music event in Tel Aviv, showcasing top local and international DJs.