After playing in a band in the 80s Miguel began producing his own material. In 1991, at the age of 20, he produced his first club hit: "There 4 U" by M.G. Feat. Stephenson. It was awarded the supreme sign of recognition from the scene at the time by being bootlegged in New York City. "There 4 U" charted heavily in the U.K., played on regular rotation on Kiss 100 FM, and grabbed the attention of legendary Garage DJ/Producer Robert Ouimet, who became his production partner.
Over the next 6 years Graça and Ouimet shared a studio and ran Front Records. They released many internationally-acclaimed house tracks together and developed a solid following for their Red Light moniker. Highlights of their prolific discography include "Who Needs Enemies," "The Dance," "Keep it Open" and "Thankful" Feat. David Gordon, all on Hi-Bias Records. "Thankful" went on to win the 1994 JUNO Award for best original dance recording.
Miguel Graça Discography Tracks
- 42 Remix
- 2 Vocals
- 46 Writing & Arrangement
- 3 Featuring & Presenting
- 44 Production
- 20 Technical