José Nunez

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Jose Nunez is an American electronica and house music producer. In 1998, he appeared in the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart twice, first hitting #1 with "In My Life." It peaked at #56 in the UK Singles Chart in September that year.[1] The follow-up "Hold On" peaked at #9 US Dance later that year, and at #44 in the UK chart.[1] Lead vocals on both tracks were by singer Octahvia, sometimes referred to as Octavia or Octah'via, and the songs were officially credited to José Nunez featuring Octahvia.

With fellow producer, Harry Choo Choo Romero, he had another Top 10 dance hit "Cro-Magnon (What About Our Love)," under the moniker Constipated Monkeys.[2] He undertook another collaboration in 2009, with DJ MYNC and Choo Choo Romero on the track, "Boogers."

Throughout his career he has not only filled floors, but has brought eager audiences more than 30 Top 20 hits, including several #1s, quite a few memorable collaborations and his most popular track to date "Bilingual”.

Nunez's production schedule has sped up recently with releases alongside longtime collaborators and labels that include Erick Morillo, Harry Romero, Baggie Begovic, Steve Angello, Armand Pena, Black Rock Records, Cubed Label, and Subliminal. Some of the music you can expect - Jose Nunez & Antranig "Rock 2 the Beat" and "Can't Help Myself," Jose Nunez, Harry Romero & Erick Morillo "Bachata," Jose Nunez & Cube Guys "Free My Mind," and an EP with Harry Romero "Konflict". Nunez is enjoying International chart success for his remix of the Ben Moon track “Change” – currently #12 on the Deutsche Dance Chart and has cracked the Top 10 on the UK Music Week Charts (Club & Pop). If that wasn’t enough, Nunez also has his sights set on releasing a boatload more club hits on his just launched indie imprint, Playmade Records that kicks off with "Are You There ft. Betty Brooklyn".

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  1. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 399. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ Flick, Larry (15 November 1997). "Dance Trax". Billboard. Retrieved 30 January 2011.