Chris Lake

Chris Lake




Chris Lake is a House music DJ/producer who first became recognized for his bootleg remixes of The Prodigy's 'Climbatize', Leftfield's 'Phat Planet', and Eurythmics 'Sweet Dreams'. Since then, he has released many singles on labels such as Lost Language, Pangea Records, and 3 Beat Breaks. His most successful record to date is 'Changes', first released in 2005 on Alternative Route Recordings, and was licensed to Universal Music for a full worldwide release in Summer 2006. The re-release includes a newly-recorded vocal version featuring Laura V. It hit the number 1 spot on the UK dance chart and #27 overall. With the success of "Changes", it also became a top ten hit on Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay Chart, peaking at #10. Also, the single remixed by Dirty South, was featured on Ultra Records' Ultra Weekend Vol. 3. He has also founded two labels, Rising Music & Rising Trax. Lake has been a guest DJ on many radio shows such as Pete Tong's Radio 1. His latest single was released on May 14, 2007 and is titled "Carry Me Away" (Featuring Emma Hewitt). It has topped the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay Chart. It is featured on Armin Van Buuren's 'A State Of Trance 2007'.

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