In their new location, they discovered Manteca, California native Dev, a singer who posted much of her work on My Space.
Dhar asked if she would like to sing for them, which led to the song "2Nite." The Cataracs, along with Dev, signed to the Indie-Pop label, which also features musicians such as Young L.
Singer-Vine is better known as Campa, the songwriter half of The Cataracs, whose 2010 record “Like a G6” (with Far East Movement and Dev) twice hit No. “Like a G6” opened every door in the music industry to The Cataracs, and they began to live the proverbial high life, often playing shows at ,000 a pop.
That life took its toll, and by 2012 Singer-Vine had fallen out of love with their music.
As artists, The Cataracs received recognition through their 2010 single "Club Love", which received air play at clubs and on many different radio stations.
Singer-Vine attended Columbia College Chicago, in Chicago, Illinois.
Niles Dhar is also a member of Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity at San Francisco State University.
But there wasn't any big drama -- Hollowell-Dhar and former partner David Singer-Vine are still BFFs.
The Cataracs have worked with Dev, the Far East Movement and more, putting their production stamp all over modern, West Coast street pop.