After an early stint as a cruise ship pianist, Sterling's musical career came to fruition in 2007 after moving to New York City. He quickly came into demand as a session player, songwriter, and music producer. In 2008, he co-founded a music production duo Robopop. Soon after, Sterling went on to cowrite and coproduce "Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes, featuring Adam Levine. The record was certified 3x platinum in the United States, 3x platinum in Australia and 2x platinum in Canada and reached #1 on the Billboard US Pop Songs Chart. After the success of "Stereo Hearts", Sterling coproduced the song "Video Games", the first breakout release from artist Lana Del Rey. "Video Games" was a huge success and its album Born to Die has gone on to sell over 3,000,000 units worldwide. Fox also played the piano part on the recording and was credited as a mixing engineer. After "Video Games", Fox split off from his production team to focus on his own artist project and record label. He has since worked on a number of collaborations, including cowriting and adding vocals to the song "Shame on Me" from Avicii's album True and writing with Madonna for her upcoming album. In 2014, he started a New York City based record label Silver Scream Records, focused primarily on releasing singles from unique and upcoming recording artists. He is currently working on an album for himself, due out in 2015 Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.