Boris (singer)

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Birth name Philippe Dhondt
Born (1965-05-19) May 19, 1965 (age 53)
Origin France
Genres Electronic
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, composer
Years active 1991–2004

Boris (real name : Philippe Dhondt, born on May 19, 1965, in Roubaix, France) is a French singer, songwriter, composer and radio host on Radio Galaxie (a radio in Nord-Pas-de-Calais). He participated in many dance projects and remains particularly famous for having created the character of Boris in the late 1990s, which had huge success with the top three hit singles "Soirée disco" and "Miss Camping", and for his hit "Le Dormeur", a top ten hit in France, recorded when he was member of Pleasure Game band, in 1991.[1] He received ten Gold discs during the 1990s in Benelux.



  • 1996 : Boris: 18 Rêves, 18 Visions - #6 in France, Gold
  • 1996 : Cyber Boris
  • 1999 : Dj Xam & Boris: L'album
  • 2004 : Le Carnaval des Fracassés (under the name Boris Team)


As Pleasure Game[edit]

Year Title Chart Certification (FR)
FR[2] BEL (WA)
1991 "Le Dormeur" 9
"Le Seigneur des ténèbres" 17
1992 "Activez les plaisirs"
1993 "Capitaine Flam" 16
"Le petit chien qui fume" 43
1994 "Chérie je t'aime" / "Mustapha"

As Boris[edit]

Year Title Chart Certification (FR)[3]
FR[4] BEL (WA)[5]
1995 "Soirée disco" 1 1 Gold
"Miss Camping" 3 2 Silver
"La Lettre" 37 27
1996 "À toute berzingue" 49 21
2004 "(Cette fille est une...) Poupin-up (elle a même pas d'...)" 52

With DJ Xam[edit]

Year Title Chart Certification (FR)
FR[4] BEL (WA)[5]
1999 "Ta mère elle va jumper" 26
"T'es zinzin" 11 10 Silver
2000 "Arrête j'ai mal à la tête !!!"
"Last Train to Ibiza"


  1. ^ Elia Habib, Muz hit. tubes, p. 344,345 (ISBN 2-9518832-0-X)
  2. ^ Pleasure Game discography and peak positions in France (Retrieved October 6, 2008)
  3. ^ Boris Certifications in France[permanent dead link] (Retrieved October 6, 2008)
  4. ^ a b Boris & DJ Xam discography and peak positions in France (Retrieved October 6, 2008)
  5. ^ a b Boris & DJ Xam discography and peak positions in Belgium (Wallonia) (Retrieved October 6, 2008)

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