The American producer has scored hits with remixes of songs by some of today’s biggest stars, as well as songs by stars of yesteryear.

NEW YORK, NY (JANUARY 8, 2014) – Chris Diodati, a leading music producer, announced today that he hopes to release several soul- and funk-inspired remixes this year, including remixes of James Brown songs and Ray Charles songs.  The producer, who also works under aliases like Diomix, Christian Dio and Dio, has released dance remixes of songs by several modern stars, as well as songs by past greats. A number of Dio’s remixes have charted around the world, including remixes of “Soul Brotha #1” by Brown and “Walkin’ and Talkin’” by Charles. The producer has had hits with remixes by other classic recording artists such as Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and the O’Jays. Diodati’s success as a producer and remixer across multiple musical genres has enabled him to perform at events across the globe as a featured DJ.

His new single Catch the Rhythm is setting the tone for the Nu Disco vibe that is hitting clubs in the U.S. and Europe. Chris Diodati Miami has become a leader in bringing this sound to dance floors around the world.

Sharing Artists’ Music with New Fans

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Producer Chris Diodati plans to release several more remixes in 2014.

Chris Diodati Producer has remixed songs by some of today’s biggest musical stars, helping to share their music with new fans. Christian Diodati’s remix of the Deborah Cox song “House is Not a Home” became a #1 dance hit worldwide, as did his remix of the Angie Stone song “I Wanna Thank Ya.” Diodati also remixed Christina Aguilera’s “Candy Man,” “Truth Is” by Fantasia, “Got to be Real” by Mary J. Blige, Ciara’s “Like A Boy,” “If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys and “DJ, Play a Love Song” by Jamie Foxx. The producer has also had a hit with his remix of Tito Puente, Jr.’s cover of “Oye Como Va.”

With his remixes of classic songs by past artists, Diodati has introduced new listeners to songs and artists that they otherwise may not have heard. Dio’s remix of Whitney Houston’s song “I Look to You” became a hit and enabled more fans to enjoy the late singer’s work. Dio has also remixed songs by the O’Jays (“Backstabbers”) and Michael Jackson (“Get on the Floor”).

Look for new remixes of Brown songs and Charles songs by Diomix later this year.