Craig J. Snider Launches Goldfingers Music + New Single “Pressure”


Composer, producer, remixer, songwriter, studio owner, and NY Post celebrity music critic Craig J. Snider can now add record label owner to his impressive list of credentials. In collaboration with music tech company Vydia Inc., Snider has launched Goldfingers Music. This exciting new endeavor aims to cultivate emerging talent while also serving as a platform for Snider to release his own distinct and uplifting music, characterized by its feel-good vibes and groove-oriented style.

Snider received his degree in piano and composition from Northwestern University; he then went on to become a nationally known writer, producer and remixer, working with artists from a range of genres, including David Cassidy (“Songs My Father Taught Me”- EP (2019), #1 on the Amazon & Apple Jazz Charts), and Beyonce. His remixes have topped the Billboard’s dance charts, with more than 40 #1 hits that include Lady Gaga and Katy Perry. His latest project, an original production powerhouse collaboration with Grammy winning DJ/Producer Ralphi Rosario, aptly named “The Shamanic,” maintains constant Top-10 status on the UK Pop/ Dance Charts.

Goldfingers Music is, says Snider, “a tremendous opportunity to “showcase the amazing results of collaborations with a bevy of unbelievably talented artists.” The label’s first release, “Pressure,” a feel- good house tune that blends pop and early house influences together seamlessly. “Pressure” features R&B singer- songwriter, slash–artist, model and businessman, Jay Fankhauser, who recently teamed up with the Grammy-nominated R&B production duo Buttaa and Bizkit to produce his bouncy new single “Grind All Night.”

Listen below!

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