Dutch DJ Clyde Sergio Narain is best known by his DJ alias Chuckie, and is best known for originating the dirty house club concept. The party-starter coined the term “dirty Dutch” and has been one of the leaders out of the slew of prominent DJs from the Netherlands to spread the dirty Dutch genre and dirty house concept worldwide. Chuckie has been in-demand for a decade, both underground and commercially, for his impeccable mixing and producing abilities. In 2003, Chuckie began to produce popular club singles, and “Let the Bass Kick” and “Aftershock” were two of his biggest hits that premiered in 2009. Since then, he has produced hits for Lil Jon and Marina and the Diamonds as well as other Atlantic records artists such as T-Pain, Ke$ha and 50 Cent. He has created official remixes for Michael Jackson, David Guetta, P. Diddy, The Saturdays and Bob Sinclair. Chuckie is based out of Amsterdam, plays internationally and still resides in Aruba with his wife and son. He holds residencies worldwide in New York, Las Vegas, Miami, and Ibiza and has played a number of festivals; Coachella, Lollapalooza, South by Southwest, Electric Zoo, Electric Daisy Carnival, as well as festivals in Japan and Australia, just to name a few.