Nicholas Fisker Nielsen, better known by his stage name DJ Splash or simply Splash, is a popular Danish producer. Popular songs by this producer include “Flying High”, “Bass Is Kicking”, “Always and Forever”, “Crying Soul” as well as countless others.
Nick started using FL Studio in early 2002, when a friend recommended it to him. He started posting his tracks to his website (which he since has deleted) and from there they rose to popularity. Although Splash is known for his later work, some songs from those early days include “Once Again”, “No Limit”, and “Enjoy the Sound”. In May 2005, Splash joined popular Hands up forum Euroadrenaline where artists such as Dan-J, Boosterz Inc, and Stian K remixed his work. It was there (at the age of 14) that Splash produced the tracks he is known for, such as “Bass is Kicking” and “This is My Life”. Since then, Nick has produced over 140 tracks, which have gained massive viewer ship on popular video sharing website Youtube.
Contrary to popular belief, DJ Splash (Nielson) is not literally a DJ (in the minds of some), as he is a producer; he uses a computer program to compose (which some still class as DJing; others, however, do not believe it to be). He is still widely known as DJ Splash, but his official title is “Splash.” After Splash had produced upwards of 90 songs while a member of Euroadrenaline, he and fellow user Patrick Zola (Dj Zola) joined forces to create/remix tracks, known as “Splash & Zola”. In early 2008, the project was signed to Sun-X-Music by Henrik Veigl. They changed their stage name to “Candy Crew”, and although this project never reached the popularity of “Splash”, it was still succesfull.
Around 2009-2010 DJ Splash stopped producing music, because he did not want to, and started working at a normal job. Then in 2014 a track called ” Keep Holding On” was released under his name, but it is not confirmed that this is the same DJ Splash as the original one (Nick From Denmark is the original DJ Splash)
After that no music has been released from him. People told he was not going to make any more music after 2010 because he wanted to work, which questions the track “Keep Holding On” that came up in 2014.
“Will DJ Splash ever return?” Maybe. It is completely unknown, and there is only one person that knows that answer 100 percent correctly.
Nick. DJ Splash himself.