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Marshmello is an American electronic music producer and DJ. His songs "Silence" (featuring Khalid), "Wolves" (with Selena Gomez), "Friends" (with Anne-Marie), "Happier" (with Bastille), and "Alone" have received multi-platinum certification in several countries including the US, and charted within the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. His musical style includes groove-oriented, synth and bass-heavy electronic dance music. Marshmello first gained international recognition in early 2015 by publishing remixes online. His debut studio album Joytime was released in January 2016, which included the Marshmello's commercial debut single "Keep It Mello". "Alone", a platinum-certified single was released in May of that year through the Canadian record label Monstercat. Having reached number 60 on the US Billboard Hot 100, it became his first single to be certified platinum in the US and Canada with over one million copies of certified units. In 2017, after releasing singles such as "Chasing Colors", "Twinbow" and "Moving On", Marshmello collaborated with R&B singer Khalid to release his next single "Silence", which was certified platinum and multi-platinum in eight countries. Later that year, he saw similar success with his collaboration with singer Selena Gomez titled "Wolves". In 2018, he released "Friends", a collaboration with British singer Anne-Marie. Months later, his second studio album, Joytime II, was released with singles "Tell Me" and "Check This Out". "Happier", a collaboration with British band Bastille, was released in August and became his highest-charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 at number two. In 2019, he earned US$40 million, ranking second on the list of highest paid DJs compiled by Forbes. In 2020, he and American rapper Juice Wrld released "Come & Go", from the latter's posthumous album Legends Never Die; the song reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100, matching "Happier" as his highest-charting song. In 2021, his fourth album Shockwave earned him a Grammy nomination. Marshmello wears a custom white helmet, resembling a marshmallow, for public appearances and in his music videos. His identity was initially unknown to the general public, but was confirmed by Forbes to be Comstock in April 2017.
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