Nicky Romero (born Nick Rotteveel; January 6, 1989) is a Dutch DJ and house music composer/producer. He has worked with, and received support from, DJs such as Tiësto, Fedde Le Grand, Sander van Doorn, David Guetta, Calvin Harris, and Avicii. Early life edit: Romero born and raised in the Netherlands moved to Kingston, Canada, for a year, later moving back to the Netherlands to continue his education. Reception edit: In 2012, Romero achieved popularity with the recording "Toulouse," which became a mainstay on the Beatport Top Ten for a significant period of time. Recognizing his talent, MTV named him an EDM artist to watch in 2012. His popularity has risen in recent years, and he has attained a joint residency with David Guetta at party hot spot Ibiza for the summer of 2012. October 2012, Nicky Romero received the DJ Mag 'Highest New Entry' award, and with spot #17, he is one of the highest new entry's ever, together with Skrillex. His single "I Could Be the One" with Avicii has seen massive success across Europe, particularly in the United Kingdom, where the single debuted at number one the UK Singles Chart on 17 February 2013 ― for the week ending date 23 February 2013 ― also becoming Avicii's first chart-topper in the UK. On the UK Dance Chart, "I Could Be The One" debuted at number one ahead of the Baauer's "Harlem Shake," which entered at number two. Production edit: Next to all Nicky Romero singles, he also produced the track "Right Now" (featuring David Guetta) on Rihanna's album Unapologetic, which was released 19 November 2012.