Born in Istanbul and living in New York since age 12, Lorant spent the summer before college working for idol and friend Danny Tenaglia. After some time at the Fashion Institute of Technology, he got a job at the legendary Twisted Records where he acquired a firsthand look into the business side of dance music. At the label he helped promote Yoko Ono’s "Walking On Thin Ice" and Oscar G. & Ralph Falcon’s "Dark Beat" to a Billboard No. 1 spot. During this period, his remix of "The Hook" by Geoff Gains would exhibit his passion for music production. In 2006 Lorant released his first single "Hot Flash" on Twisted, earning him recognition from URB and HX magazines, followed by a remix of the house classic "Divas to the Dancefloor" for Junior Vasquez’s JVM label. Lorant launched Royal Advisor Records in 2010 to introduce fresh New York City talent to the world in all spectrums of electronic dance music.