Charlotte Devaney

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Charlotte Devaney
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Background information
Genres House, Melbourne Bounce, electro house, Breakbeat, HipHop
Occupation(s) DJ, Musical Artist, Actress
Years active 2007-Present
Labels Capitol / Virgin Records / Neon Records
Associated acts Snoop Dogg, Fatman Scoop, Lady Leshurr, Ragga Twins
Website www.charlottedevaney.com

Charlotte Devaney (born 19 March 1988) is a British DJ, producer, singer, dancer and actress.

Career[edit]

In 2008, Devaney played Bobbie in the Hollywood comedy movie How to Lose Friends & Alienate People alongside Simon Pegg and Megan Fox.[1][2]

Her first major release 'Flip It' (The Edit) feat Snoop Dogg released autumn 2015,[3][4] the track reached #12 in the ARIA Charts Australian National Chart[5][6] and #20 in the Polish Airplay Top 100 Charts.[7]

The track received Gold certification from the ARIA in January 2016 & Platinum in March 2016.[8] The track was remixed by house music producer Erick Morillo.[9]

In 2014, Devaney released 'Bass Dunk' feat Fatman Scoop and Lady Leshurr which was re-released with a new edit in Summer 2016.[10]

Devaney has worked with Fatman Scoop,[11] Lady Leshurr[12][13] and Ragga Twins on music released through her own record label, Karma London Records.

Away from music, Devaney founded a dancing collective, the Narni Shakers.[14]

Kidnapping Charge[edit]

In January, 2014, Devaney and 5 others were acquitted of kidnapping businessman Curtis Woodman in September 2012. The six were accused of kidnapping a club boss who failed to pay them £42,000 in wages.,[15] [16]

Singles[edit]

  • Squashed (2014)
  • Pop It (2014)
  • Get Ready 4 Tha Drop' (2014)
  • Flip It (2015)
  • Pull Up (2016)
  • Bass Dunk (2016)

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