Dan Balan is a Moldovan singer, songwriter, and producer.
Born in Chișinău, Moldavian Soviet Socialist Republic, he is the first and only Moldavian musician to be nominated for a Grammy as co-writer of Rihanna and T.I.’s “Live Your Life”.
He lived with his mother, father and sister until 1995 when the family moved to Tel Aviv because of his fathers role as an ambassador.
Performing across a range of musical genres from an early age, in 1999 Dan played a pivotal role in establishing the eurodance trio O-Zone. As the frontman and the creative force driving the writing and production, Dan led O-Zone to worldwide success.