Gary Baker, known by his stage name Gary Go, is an award-winning, multi-platinum-selling songwriter, record producer, composer and multimedia artist. His debut album "Gary Go" was released in 2009, spawning the hit single "Wonderful". The same year, Lady Gaga referred to Gary Go as "my favourite new artist this year" after performing a rendition of "Just Dance", inspired by his cover of the song. Gary Go went on to collaborate with electro pioneer and Grammy Award winning DJ Benny Benassi, writing and performing three consecutive number 1 club records. One of them being the smash club crossover hit "Cinema", which rose rapidly to number 1 on the US Billboard and UK Club Charts. "Cinema" was awarded a Grammy Award through the remix by electronic music producer Skrillex. Artist and producer Kanye West referred to the track as "one of the greatest works of art ever made". In 2012, Gary Go released "Now Was Once The Future", a videotape and original soundtrack. The intimate short-film, written, directed and edited by Gary Go, chronicles the end of a relationship and a journey of self-rediscovery. According to his Twitter feed, Gary Go is currently in the studio, writing and producing new songs for release in 2015. "Crying Sound" was released January 2015 via a lyric video on YouTube, where Gary's personal phone number was featured, inviting viewers to call him with the answer to the question "What stops your crying sound?". Gary has also written and produced songs released by artists including Rihanna, Take That, Simply Red, The 2 Bears, Ronan Keating, Joseph Arthur, Katharine McPhee, Laleh and Juliette Lewis.