Chuckie Bio

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Chuckie bio

Chuckie, born Clyde Sergio Narain (Paramaribo) is a Dutch DJ and producer of Surinamese descent. Biography: Chuckie grew up in Suriname and was influenced by the large number of musical genres of the country. His interest for DJing started at the age of thirteen when he started experimenting with remixing at home, gradually building his own record collection. At first, he played for friends’ and families’ parties. In 2003, he started working as a DJ in club Voltage in The Hague. He now performs all the time in the Netherlands and abroad. Chuckie did remixes for other bands and music producers, including David Guetta, K-Liber, The Partysquad, and Gio. In 2008, he performed as the opening act at the dance event Sensation. Afterwards, he stated that this was a dream come true for him: he had visited the very first Sensation event in 2000 and promised himself that one day he would be standing behind the DJ table. The song "I'm in Miami Trick" (or "I'm in Miami Bitch") was originally by Electro House producers LMFAO, the remix Chuckie did was titled "Let the Bass Kick In Miami Girl" (or "Let The Bass Kick In Miami Bitch"). MYNC also did an edit of the Chuckie remix which was titled "I'm In Miami Bitch (MYNC “I'm In Richmond Bitch”). In 2011 Chuckie was also featured on Hardwell's song "Move It to the Drum,” which also featured vocals by Ambush. In 2012 Chuckie released "Who Is Ready to Jump?" This was solo work and the song was featured on many Ministry of Sound compilation albums including Addicted to Bass and the Ministry of Sound Annual (2012). The song was also featured on Cream Club Anthems 2012.

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