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For The Record: Explore The Decades-Long Career Of Legendary Producer "Little" Louie Vega
Simply put, Louie Vega is a living legend behind the turntables.
Vega received his first GRAMMY nomination, for Remixer of the Year, Non-Classical, at the 41st GRAMMY Awards in 1999; he received his most recent GRAMMY nomination, for Best Remixed Recording, at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards in 2021.
To put Vega's iconic music career into perspective, the producer/DJ/remixer has been getting nominated for GRAMMYs for as long as the euro has been accepted as currency.
After starting his career in the '80s and gaining widespread success in the nightlife arena, Vega, commonly referred to as "Little" Louie Vega, became an even bigger artist in the '90s, thanks to collaborations with a diverse group of superstars like Curtis Mayfield, Luther Vandross, Madonna, and Janet Jackson.
Watch the clip above to find out how Vega, always destined for musical greatness, burst onto the scene in the '80s and continues to dominate dance floors worldwide decades later.
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