Juan Manuel Magán González (born 30 September 1978) is a Spanish producer, singer, remixer and DJ of electronic music, recognized internationally for his contributions to the "Electro Latino" category of music.
As a remixer, he has worked with the following artists, among others: Selena, Don Omar, Paulina Rubio, Juanes, Nelly Furtado, Dulce María, MJ, Pitbull, Michael Gray, Milk & Sugar, Bob Sinclar, Gary Nesta Pine, Ian Oliver, Azzido da Bass, Jerry Ropero, E Smoove, Barbara Muñoz, Pier Bucci and INNA
Early career 
He has performed DJ sets in many of the biggest and most important cities of the world: Barcelona, Ibiza, Madrid, Paris, Miami, Geneva, San Francisco, Rabat, Manila, Dubai, Lisbon, Oporto, Marseille, Lausane, Munich, Milan, Mexico City, Singapore, Panama, Cali, Quito, Bucharest, Las Vegas, Santo Domingo, El Salvador and a long list of others.
Magan & Rodriguez 
His early discography includes "Suave", created with Marcos Rodriguez, which included the greatest electronic and Latin successes of the time on a global level: "Suck My - Suave", "Bora Bora", "Que levante la mano mi gente", "El Globo", "El otro soy yo", "Loco", "Merenguito" were all supported by the most influential DJs and in style in the global House scene, and on top of the official sales list in Spain and on the global level has become the second in the world in total digital sales by Beatport with "Bora Bora".
They went double platinum with the singles "Bora Bora" and album Suave.
His most recent work is a compilation of works produced by artists the frequently associated with Juan and in collaboration with Vale Music / Universal Music Spain, which includes many of the successes that in 2009 are the most played out of all dance music. Themes such as "Mariah", "Yolanda", "Verano Azul" or "Bailando por ahí" are among these, to name a few of the most commercially successful and publicly recognized. Magan also featured on Inna's single "Un Momento".
He was nominated the Best House Artist in the World by the Beatport Awards. He went double platinum with "Verano Azul".