Chase & Status discography

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Chase & Status discography
Studio albums 3
Singles 25

This is a listing of official releases by Chase & Status, an electronic production duo from London consisting of Saul Milton and Will Kennard.

Chase & Status had three number one singles on the UK Dance Chart between 2007 - 2009; the double A-side "Hurt You" / "Sell Me Your Soul" in 2007 and "Take Me Away" / "Judgement (Informer)" in 2008 were two of them. On 5 October 2008, they reached number seventy on the UK Singles Chart and number one on the UK Dance Chart again with their single "Pieces" featuring vocals from Plan B. In 2009, they peaked at number forty five with "Against All Odds", which featured UK rapper Kano. After this, Chase & Status' style changed from more 'liquid' drum and bass songs, such as "Take U There" (featuring Digga), to a more commercialised sound, reminiscent of club/dance music. Chase & Status' first album, More than Alot, debuted on the UK Albums Chart at number forty nine in October 2008 and the UK Dance Album Chart at number two.

In November 2009, the duo entered the top forty of the UK Singles Chart for the first time with the track "End Credits". The track was released on 2 November 2009 and featuring Plan B, it reached a peak of number nine on the UK Singles Chart. The duo then released "Let You Go" on 15 August 2010, revealing it to be the second official single to be released from their second studio album No More Idols. The single featured vocals from Mali and debuted at number eleven on the UK Singles Chart, marking the duo's second consecutive top 40 hit. The fourth single from the album is "Blind Faith", which features soul singer/songwriter Liam Bailey and was released in January 2011. Other singles include "Time" (featuring Delilah), "Hitz" (featuring Tinie Tempah) and "Flashing Lights" (with Sub Focus featuring Takura). The album debuted at number two on the UK Albums Chart and was certified gold in the first week of sales by the British Phonographic Industry.

The lead single from their third studio album Brand New Machine, entitled "Lost & Not Found", features Louis M^ttrs and was released on 26 June. The album's second single "Count on Me" featuring Moko premiered on B.Traits' BBC Radio 1. It was released on 29 September, reaching number five in the UK Singles Chart. The album was released on 7 October. The third single from Brand New Machine, "Alive", was released on 15 December 2013. It peaked at number 21 on the UK Singles Chart. The album's fourth single, "Blk & Blu", features vocals from Ed Thomas and was released on 24 March 2014.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Title Details Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
UK
[1]
BEL
[2]
DEN
[3]
IRE
[4]
NZ
[5]
More than Alot 49
No More Idols
  • Released: 31 January 2011
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 36 34 50 29
Brand New Machine 2 55 83 26
"—" denotes album that did not chart or was not released.

Extended plays[edit]

Title Details
Ten Tonne
  • Released: 17 October 2005
  • Label: Renegade Hardware
  • Formats: Digital download
The Druids
  • Released: 20 February 2006
  • Label: Bingo Beats
  • Formats: Digital download
London Bars
  • Released: 4 December 2015
  • Label: Mercury Records
  • Formats: Digital download

Mixtapes[edit]

Title Details
Bingo Beats Vol. 6[a]
  • Released: 17 March 2006
  • Label: Bingo Beats
  • Formats: CD

Singles[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
Album
UK
[1]
UK Dance BEL
[2]
DEN
[3]
IRE
[4]
SCO
[7]
2005 "Duppy Man" / "Top Shotta"[b]
(featuring Capleton / Riko Dan, Trim and Scratchy)
Non-album singles
2007 "Dumpling Riddim" / "Disco"[c]
(featuring Riko Dan)
"Hurt You" / "Sell Me Your Soul"[d] 1 More than Alot
2008 "Take Me Away" / "Judgement (Informer)"[e] 1
"Pieces" / "Eastern Jam"[f]
(featuring Plan B)
70 1
2009 "Against All Odds" / "Saxon"[g]
(featuring Kano)
45 5
"End Credits"
(featuring Plan B)
9 1 46 13 No More Idols
2010 "Let You Go"
(featuring Mali)
11 3 13
  • BPI: Silver[6]
2011 "Blind Faith"
(featuring Liam Bailey)
5 1 59 24 5
"Time"
(featuring Delilah)
21 6 14 25
  • BPI: Silver[6]
"Hitz"
(featuring Tinie Tempah)
39 11
"Flashing Lights"
(with Sub Focus featuring Takura)
98 15 89
2013 "Lost & Not Found"
(featuring Louis M^ttrs)
9 3 72 11
  • BPI: Silver[6]
Brand New Machine
"Count on Me"
(featuring Moko)
5 1 33 49 7
  • BPI: Silver[6]
"Alive"
(featuring Jacob Banks)
21 11 73 26
  • BPI: Silver[6]
2014 "Blk & Blu"
(featuring Ed Thomas)
48 15 68
2015 "Funny"
(featuring Frisco)
96 27 London Bars
"More Ratatatin"
(featuring Giggs)
"Wha Gwarn?"
(featuring Bonkaz)
146
"Bigger Man Sound"
(featuring Novelist)
161
2016 "Control"
(featuring Slaves)
TBA
"NRG"
(featuring Novelist)
"Spoken Word"
(featuring George The Poet)
78
"All Goes Wrong"
(featuring Tom Grennan)
65 53 40
2017 "This Moment"
(with Blossoms)
"—" denotes single that did not chart or was not released.

Promotional singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
UK
[1]
UK Dance
2011 "Hypest Hype"
(featuring Tempa T)
70 7 No More Idols
2012 "Big Man"
(featuring Liam Bailey)
68 13 Non-album single
2013 "Machine Gun"
(featuring Pusha T)
114 21 Brand New Machine
2014 "International"
(featuring Cutty Ranks)
116 22
2016 "Tribes" TBA

Production discography[edit]

Productions[edit]

Year Title Album Artist
2006 "In Love" For Lost Friends Jenna G
2009 "Snoop Dogg Millionaire" Dubstep LA:
Embrace The Renaissance Vol. 1
Snoop Dogg
"Express Urself" Catch 22 Tinchy Stryder
"Nothing But the Girl" Overcome Alexandra Burke
"Mad House" Rated R Rihanna
"Wait Your Turn"
"G4L"
"Pink Notes" Unreleased Example
2010 "Sick Note" Won't Go Quietly
"Spaceship" Method to the Maadness Kano
2011 "Playing in the Shadows" Playing in the Shadows Example
"Red Lipstick" Talk That Talk Rihanna
2012 "R.I.P." Ora Rita Ora
"Jump" Unapologetic Rihanna
"Network" Non-album single Dream Mclean
2013 "Mosh Pit" Demonstration Tinie Tempah
2014 "Your Love" Gold EP Moko
"Fletcher" It's Bait, It's Bait Tempa T
"Pharoah" Greyscale Dream Mclean
2016 "Sun City" Non-album single Jammer

Remixes[edit]

Year Title Artist
2004 "20/20" Future Cut
2005 "Bullshit" Akala
"Everyday" Shy FX & T Power featuring Top Cat
"I Got Love" Mood II Swing
2007 "No Good" Plan B
"Sirens" Dizzee Rascal
"Hot Stuff (Let's Dance)" Craig David
"Represents" Brockie & Ed Solo
2008 "Leap of Faith" Hadouken!
"Invaders Must Die" The Prodigy
2009 "Ruffest Gun Ark" Top Cat
"Death" White Lies
"Heartbeat" Nneka
"Girl Can't Dance" Example
2010 "Prayin'" Plan B
"Is It Worth It" (VIP Mix) Chase & Status
2011 "The Last Dance" Clare Maguire
"Rope" (Live Lounge) Foo Fighters
"Brixton Briefcase" (VIP Mix)
(featuring D Double E)
Chase & Status
2012 "Killing In The Name" (Live) Rage Against The Machine
"Network" Dream Mclean
2013 "When Will They Learn?" Liam Bailey
"No Problem" (VIP Mixes) Chase & Status

References[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Mixed by Chase & Status
  2. ^ "Duppy Man" features vocals from Capleton alone. "Top Shotta" features vocals from Riko Dan, Trim and Scratchy.
  3. ^ "Dumpling Riddim" and "Disco" were released as a double A-side in the United Kingdom, though only "Dumpling Riddim" features the British musician Riko Dan.
  4. ^ "Hurt You" and "Sell Me Your Soul" were released as a double A-side in the United Kingdom, though only "Hurt You" is featured in the album.
  5. ^ "Take Me Away" and "Judgement (Informer)" were released as a double A-side in the United Kingdom, though only "Take Me Away" is featured in the album.
  6. ^ "Pieces" and "Eastern Jam" were released as a double A-side in the United Kingdom, though only "Pieces" features the British musician Plan B.
  7. ^ "Against All Odds" and "Saxon" were released as a double A-side in the United Kingdom, though only "Against All Odds" features the British rapper Kano.

Sources[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Peak positions in the United Kingdom:
  2. ^ a b Hung, Steffen. "Discografie Chase & Status". Belgian Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). 
  3. ^ a b Hung, Steffen. "Discography Chase & Status". Danish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). 
  4. ^ a b Hung, Steffen. "Discography Chase & Status". Irish Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). 
  5. ^ Hung, Steffen. "Discography Chase & Status". New Zealand Charts Portal. Hung Medien (Steffen Hung). 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j "Certified Awards" (enter "Chase & Status" into the "Keywords" box, then select "Search"). British Phonographic Industry. 
  7. ^ Peak positions for singles in the UK: