Nick Rotteveel van Gotum (born 6 January 1989), professionally known as Nicky Romero, is a Dutch DJ, record producer, musician and remixer from Amerongen. He has worked with, and received support from DJs, such as Tiësto, Fedde le Grand, Sander van Doorn, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, Armand Van Helden, Avicii and Hardwell. He currently ranks at number 50 on DJ Mag’s annual Top 100 DJs poll. He is known for his viral hit song “Toulouse”. Romero signed to Once Records and released the tracks “Privilege” and “Qwerty”. It was followed by the track “Funktion One” was released, which was mixed by Azucar (from Madskillz and Gregor Salto) and later added “Hear My Sound”. In 2009 he remixed Sidney Samson and Tony Cha Cha’s track “Get on the Floor” and a bootleg for David Guetta entitled “When Love Takes Over”. Both tracks increased his profile and the Ministry of Sound contacted him to do some remixes on their label. He also made a remix for the Dirty South track “Alamo”. In 2010 Nicky Romero came up with a new track called “My Friend” (released on Spinnin’ Records) which features a sample from the well known Groove Armada track of the same name. The combination between Groove Armada and the innovative Romero sound results in a monster track. “My Friend” has been played by Tiesto, Axwell, Fedde le Grand, Sander van Doorn and many more. This track reached No. 4 at Beatport worldwide overall chart, No. 1 at Dance-Tunes chart and several other famous DJ charts. 2011 saw Romero release plenty of remixes such as “Where Them Girls At” by David Guetta featuring Flo Rida and Nicki Minaj, “What A Feeling” by Alex Gaudino featuring Kelly Rowland, “Stronger” by Erick Morillo and Eddie Thoneick featuring Shawnee Taylor, “Where Is The Love” by Eddie Thoneick and “Rockin’ High” by Ben Liebrand.