Whether you love it, hate it, or simply wish you didn't have to hear it in every DJ set, "Losing It" by FISHER has turned out to be an instant classic. Disproving the notion that he may be a one-hit wonder after last year's "Stop It" propelled him into the international orbit, the Australian DJ/producer has hit #1 on a Billboard chart with his follow-up single.
"Losing It" spent 17 weeks on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, reaching #1 on the week of December 22nd. After one week it lost ground to "Secrets" by P!nk and "Polaroid" by Jonas Blue, Liam Payne and Lennon Stella; it now sits at #3.
FISHER (real name Paul Fisher) has quickly emerged as one of Dirtybird Records chief exports, accompanied by the likes of Justin Martin, Will Clarke, J. Phlip and the label boss himself, Claude VonStroke. He was previously one half of the duo Cut Snake - and prior to DJing, he surfed professionally.
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"Losing It" by FISHER has also been nominated for a Grammy Award.