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International uses are welcome but we ask you speak in English. Some of you may qualify for multiple rooms so feel free to browse through all of them and choose the right one for you.His debut single “Watch the Sun Come Up” was an instant top 20 hit.

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To date he has 3 gold singles, over 2 million record sales in the UK alone, a Brit Award-nomination for his collaboration with Rita Ora, No.1 single, “Hot Right Now” and a major US label deal with Columbia Records.

Next signing, lyrical British rapper Wretch 32, has achieved a gold-certified debut album with Black & White, a UK No.1 single in “Don’t Go” and three top 5 hits.

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Rulin’ launched Jakatta, the alter ego of British house DJ/producer Dave Lee aka Joey Negro, with chilled house classic “American Dream” and a slew of other house hits.

Data was the first label to bring hard house and trance tracks into the mainstream, scoring huge consecutive hits with a UK Singles Chart No.1 in ATB – “9pm (‘Till I Come)”, a No.2 from Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400” and a No.3 with “Time to Burn” by Storm.

Alongside our artist development projects, the dance hits that are synonymous with Ministry of Sound Recordings remain an integral component of our roster.

In 2013 alone, the label scored 3 UK No.1 hits from Bingo Players – “Get Up (Rattle)”, Storm Queen – “Look Right Through (MK Remix)” and Duke Dumont Feat. This success continued into 2014, when Ministry of Sound scored another UK Singles Chart No.1 with “Tsunami” by DVBBS & Borgeous, featuring additional vocals by English rapper Tinie Tempah.

Ministry of Sound’s successful shift to artist development continued with the signing of über-producer, DJ Fresh.

Fresh’s first and second UK No.1’s, “Louder” and “Hot Right Now”, were the first ever dubstep and drum and bass number No.1 singles respectively.

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