Seamus Haji

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Seamus Haji (born 30 December 1968) is a British record producer, who had a number one on the UK Dance Chart, with a cover of Indeep's, "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life". He originally released this as a single in 2004.[1] The single originally reached #69 on the UK Singles Chart,[2] and #13 on re-issue in March 2007 and #1 on the UK Dance Chart.

He is of Irish and Indian descent.[3] He has remixed many tracks by other artists, some of which have been promoted as the main version of the track in question. "Boogie 2nite" by Booty Luv, which reached number 2 on the UK chart, being one such track. Haji has worked with many of the biggest names in music, including Mariah Carey, Rihanna, Moby, Mika and most recently, Jamiroquai and Estelle.

He often produces in partnership with Paul Emanuel, and together they had a UK Singles Chart hit in 2005, with their cover of True Faith and Bridgette Grace with Final Cut's, "Take Me Away".[4]

Discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

  • 1996 "Big Bang Theory"
  • 2004 "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" #69 UK
  • 2004 "Freaky" (With ATFC)
  • 2004 "Ooh Ooh Ah!" (With ATFC)
  • 2005 "Angels Of Love"
  • 2005 "Changes" (With Def-E)
  • 2005 "Weekend" (With Paul Emanuel)
  • 2005 "Take Me Away" (With Paul Emanuel) #20 Finland; #73 UK
  • 2006 "Devotion (A Bit More Lovin')" (With Timmy Vegas)
  • 2006 "Happy" (With Steve Mac)
  • 2007 "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" (Re-release) (featuring KayJay) - #6 Finland, #13 UK
  • 2007 "If" - (With Paul Emanuel featuring Robert Owens)
  • 2008 "Head To Toe" (featuring Doug Lazy)
  • 2008 "24 Hours (Nice Tight Derriere)" (With Lords Of Flatbush)
  • 2009 "The Pressure" (With Paul Emanuel featuring Beverly Knight & Bryan Chambers)
  • 2009 "I've Been Looking" (With Romain Curtis)
  • 2009 "Speaker" (With ATFC featuring K.C Flightt)
  • 2009 "In The Moment" (With Paul Emanuel featuring Roachford)
  • 2009 "My Destiny" (With Dino Psaras)
  • 2010 "So Far Away" (With Kaskade)
  • 2010 "Good Times" (With Funkagenda & Mark Knight)[5]
  • 2010 "Just A Friend" (With Romain Curtis)

Big Bang Theory

  • 1997 "Stepping"
  • When U Touch Me" (featuring Carolyn Harding)
  • 1998 "All Nite EP"
  • 1998 "All Nite EP Vol.2"
  • 2001 "God's Child/Oh Yeah"
  • 2002 "God's Child" (Re-release) - #51 UK Singles Chart
  • 2003 "Do U Got Funk?" (featuring Derek Conyer)
  • 2003 "Haven't Been Funked Enough"

Mekkah

  • 2001 "I Got You" (featuring Bryan Chambers)
  • 2002 "Race Of Survival" (featuring Stephen Granville)
  • 2003 "Found A Love" (featuring Bryan Chambers)
  • 2003 "Dimensions (I'm Happy)" (featuring Stephen Granville)

Get This!

  • 2003 "Ya Underwear"
  • 2003 "Work That Sucka"
  • 2004 "Party People"

11th Dimension

  • 2002 "Beat Goes On" (With Paul Emanuel)
  • 2003 "The Force" (With Paul Emanuel)
  • 2004 "The Rhythm" (With Paul Emanuel)

Heart & Soul

  • 2003 "Share Your Love" (featuring Tommy Blaize)

Sonz Of Soul

  • 1995 "Race Of Survival" (With Steve McCucheon)

Ijah

  • 2004 "Love The Way U Move"
  • 2007 "Nitelife" (featuring D'empress)

Undercover Lover

  • 2009 "Who's Been Sleeping In My Bed?"

Remixes[edit]

2003:

  • Scape feat D'empress - "Be My Friend" Big Love

2005:

  • Asle - "Golden Sun" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emmanuel Remix) - CR2
  • Axwell featuring Tara McDonald - "Feel The Vibe (Til The Morning Comes)" (Seamus Haji Big Love Remix) - Data
  • Dannii Minogue featuring The Soul Seekerz - "Perfection" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emmanuel remix)
  • Late Night Alumni - "Empty Streets" (Haji & Emanuel Remix) - Hed Kandi

2006:

  • Sugababes - "Easy" (Haji & Emanuel Remix) - Island
  • Blu-ray featuring Jimmy Somerville - "You & Me" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel Remix) - All Around The World
  • Bon Garcon - Freak You (Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel TD Edit)
  • Booty Luv - "Boogie 2Nite" (Seamus Haji Remix) - Hed Kandi
  • Chanel - "My Life" (Seamus Haji Remix) - Hed Kandi
  • Route 33 featuring Alex James - "Looking Back" (Seamus Haji & Paul Emanuel Remix) - Apollo/Universal

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2013:

2014

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Discogs.com
  2. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 239. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  3. ^ Now That's What I Call Music 66 cover book
  4. ^ Polyhex.com
  5. ^ Everyhit.com