Daniel Desnoyers
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Daniel Desnoyers
Dan D-Noy
Daniel Desnoyers
BornMontreal, Quebec, Canada
LabelsD-Noy Muzik, Sony Music Canada, Ultra Records

Daniel Desnoyers, also known by his stage name Dan D-Noy, is a Canadian DJ and owner of D-Noy Muzik. Desnoyers is the official Canada DJ for the Pacha clubs.[1] He is best known for his song "Good World", which was a hit in Europe.[2] Among his other original creations, "I Said" made it to the top 10 of the Canadian Dance Chart, "Moon Sharm" to the Top 40 and "4 Ladies" obtained success in the clubs of Canada.


Dan Desnoyers worked as a VJ and also as a manager of DanseXpress with the TV channel MusiquePlus from 1993 to 2002. The six albums from the series DanseXpress were also created around that time.[3] From 2001 to 2006, he was the official DJ of the Galas Interbox at the Bell Centre in Montreal.

Producer, director, sound engineer, mixer, remixer and CD conceptor, Daniel Desnoyers eventually started in June 1999 his own music label, DKD D-Noy Muzik, within the Donald K. Donald Group.[3] In 2003, DKD D-Noy Muzik became D-Noy Muzik and since that time Dan Desnoyers is the sole owner.

In June 2000, Daniel Desnoyers created the compilation Touchdown 2000 for the cheerleaders of the Alouettes de Montréal. He is also the creator of the series Spin (Vol. 1 to 6). At the beginning of 2000, he was co-host and DJ on the radio show Le Beat on Énergie who was broadcast on the whole network every Friday evenings, which counted 1 700 000 listeners.[3] This show engendered the compilations Le Beat, Vol. 1 to 6.

On June 15, 2004, he published Tandem a double CD with thirty house titles mixed by himself and French DJ Antoine Clamaran. On July 17, 2004, Daniel Desnoyers packed up his turntables and moved from Énergie to Montreal's CKOI 96,9 for a new radio show called Spin. The compilations Power Spin, Vol. 1 to 3, were released at the same time. In 2005, Daniel Desnoyers began a new series Le Nightclub with vocal house flavour.

In August 2006, Daniel Desnoyers returned to work for Énergie on the radio shows Le Party 5 @ 8 and Pure Dan Desnoyers. In these shows, Dan Desnoyers played the hottest new tracks and special requests from the listeners. Two new series of compilations, In Da House and Club Sound, were released. Dan left the radio in August 2010.

After a passage in Pacha Club Ibiza in Spain, Pacha Records Label and D-Noy Muzik joined to create the compilation, Live at Pacha Club Ibiza (2007). Four more compilations of the same style were created after his performances at Pacha Club Egypt, Live at Pacha Club Egypt - Sharm El Sheikh (2008), at Pacha Club Brazil, Live at Pacha Club Brazil - Sao Paulo (2009), at Pacha Club Moscow, Live at Pacha Club Moscow (2010) and Pacha Ibiza (2014).

In May 2014, Dan D-Noy signed with Ultra Records and mixed the Ultra Mix 6 compilation for the label.[4]

To date, Dan D-Noy has sold more than a million copies of his compilations: DanseXpress, Spin, Le Beat, Power Spin, Le Nightclub, In Da House, Club Sound, Pacha, Summer Session and Winter Session.[5] Dan also continues to make performances in various clubs of Quebec, Canada, Europe and the United States.


Year Title Featured Artist
2004 "4 Ladies" Peakafeller
"I Said"
2005 "Can You Hear The Butterflies" Blossom
2006 "Good World" Pepper MaShay
2007 "Be Free" Danick
"Time 2 Move" Peakafeller
2008 "Moon Sharm"
"Change My Life" Rick Hughes
"Love Is Like Muzik"
2009 "Flight 121"
"Been There Done That!"
"Daba Dabi"
"Call Me Love" Lulu Hughes
2010 "Turn It Around"
"I Said 2010 "I'm With The DJ""
"Kick The Ground"
"You Gotta Do It"
2011 "Back Again"
"The Clown Song" Peakafeller
"5 O'Clock"
"Be A Star"
Year Title Featured Artist
2012 "Rock My World Tonight" Jodee
"Drop The Bomb" Midaz & Ellie
"Eh Walla"
"It Wasn't Me"
"Tear It Up" Sandy Duperval
2013 "It Goes On" Jodee & P-A
"See Ya (At The Club)"
"No War Call"
2014 "Take Me Back" Sandy Duperval
"Can You Hear The Butterflies 2014" Blossom
2015 "Bad Habit"
2016 "Keep It Going" Candela & WyseMan
2017 "Just Take My Hand" Nico Larsson & Matt Shelby
"Take Over Me" Tina DeCara & Lewis Rayn
"No Destination" Nick Kyz & Rough Gentlemen
2018 "Satellite" Jesse Owen & Rama Duke


Year Title Artist
2006 "I'll Be Your Light" Kristine W
"Rock Bitch" Plastic Funk
2007 "You You You" James Kakande
2008 "Together" Bob Sinclar
2009 "Love You No More" Bob Sinclar feat. Shabba Ranks
2010 "What U Like" Teo Moss feat. Daniel Shems & Phylly
"I Wanna" Bob Sinclar & Sahara feat. Shaggy
"Rainbow Of Love" Bob Sinclar feat. Ben Onono
2011 "You Can Leave Your Hat On" Miss Ketty
"Move Up & Down" Mademoiselle Luna & Miss Autumn Leaves
"Falling" Danny Dove & Ben Preston feat. Susie Ledge
2012 "Crazy" Evâa Pearl feat. Humphrey
"Rock The Casbah" Tradelove
"Señorita" Eddy Wata
"Back To The Hustle" Greenwich Village Syndicate
"You See The Trouble With Me" Black Legend
"Superstar" Eddy Wata
"Bonito" Joe Rivetto and Mol & Ben
"Viva Las Vegas" Tony Sylla & Yves Larock
"Pum Back" Tradelove
2013 "Rainbow" Gold1 & Trina feat. Nicki Minaj
"My Season" Dor Dekel & Itay Kalderon feat. Eddy Wata
"Dance For Life" Gold 1 feat. Flo Rida & Shun Ward
2014 "In All Your Glory" Spada & Bonnie Rabson

See also


  1. ^ "Dan Desnoyers inks deal with Sony Music Entertainment Canada". PopYouLarity. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Dan Desnoyers: DJ planétaire". Canoe. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ a b c "Biography: Daniel Desnoyers". Allmusic. Retrieved 2010.
  4. ^ "Ultra Music is proud to announce Dan D-Noy as their latest signing". D-Noy.com. Retrieved 2014.
  5. ^ "1 million d'albums vendus en carrière - Dan Desnoyers: un DJ comblé". Canoe. Retrieved 2012.

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