After more than a decade in the entertainment industry, Ecuadorian music entrepreneur Daxsen has reaped the rewards.
He stressed his vision was to unify Latin America and above all to raise the profile of his country. In Ecuador, he was able to start his career as a music producer, and many years later he became influential in the Latin American entertainment industry.
He is currently involved in the marketing, entertainment, technology and real estate industries.
He is an active member and contributor to the Latin Grammy Awards and has built his “music empire”, as he owns 47 record labels around the world of various genres such as : Reggaeton, pop, techno, deep house, tech house and others like underground electronics and commercial electronics.
Daxsen is the founder and owner of the record group Daxsen Music Group. He has marketed under his record group releases to commercial electronic music superstars such as: Tiesto, Steve Aoki, Alesso. There are also underground electronic legends like Nicole Moudaber, Dennis Cruz, Aldo Cadiz, Lee Foss. And how not to highlight the best artists of the Latin genre, such as: Justin Quiles, Juanes, Andrés Cepeda, Bryant Myers, Darell, Darkiel, Almighty, among others.
The entrepreneur points out that this is possible thanks to licenses issued by record companies such as: Armada Music, Spinnin Records (Warner), Housession Group, Kontor and Universal Music Latin. He points out that in 2018 he acquired the DjaneMag Latinoamerica franchise with his partner and friend Miguel Villacreses.
It is the Latin American brand of one of the most important international brands of online magazine and reference for female DJs in the world. It’s a one-stop shop for touring, curating and booking female artists around the world: Latin America, India, Europe. Therefore, people have sought to expand the female gender in the electronics industry.
In addition, in this company they gave concerts in Ecuador by superstars such as: Greeicy, Noel Scharjis, Gianmarco, Maite Perroni, Alex Ubago, Olga Tañón and Alberto Barros. “I don’t do it for the money, I do it for the sport and also to help create the music industry,” Daxsen said.