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Chris Lake

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Somebody (2024) Gotye, FISHER, Chris Lake, Kimbra 02:33
Summertime Blues Chris Lake, Sammy Virji, Nathan Nicholson 04:11
Boneless Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, Tujamo 04:30
Sleepwalker Chris Lake 07:16
Beggin' Chris Lake, Aluna 03:03
Free Your Body Chris Lake, Solardo, Chris Lake, Solardo 04:29
Delirious (Boneless) (feat. Kid Ink) Steve Aoki, Chris Lake, Tujamo, Kid Ink 03:43
In The Yuma Chris Lake, Aatig 02:36
More Baby Chris Lake, Aluna 02:55
I Want You Chris Lake 04:08

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Chris Lake, sometimes known as Cristophe D'Abuc, is an English DJ known for his remixes of songs by artists such as The Prodigy, Eurythmics, Jess Glynne, Craig David, Missy Elliot and Calvin Harris, collaborations with other artists and several of his own dance/electronic releases. 'Changes' (2006) featuring Laura V peaked at number 28 on the UK Singles Chart and went to number ten on Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay Chart. 'Carry Me Away' (2007) featuring Emma Hewitt topped the Airplay Chart, 'If You Knew' (2009) featuring Nastala peaked at number four and 'Only One' (2009) went to number six. He contributed to Canadian DJ Deadmau5's Grammy nominated track 'The Longest Road' in 2008 and his album '4x4=12' in 2011.

'Boneless' (2013) with Steve Aoki and Tujamo reached number eleven on the Airplay Chart, 17 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart and 21 on the Hot Rap Songs Chart while 'Delirious (Boneless)' (2014) with Steve Aoki and Tujami featuring Kid Ink reached number nine on the Dance/Electronic Songs Chart and number 21 on the Rap Songs Chart. In 2017 he created Black Book Records and curated a house compilation release with Skrillex titled 'HOWSLA'.