The MN2S PR department are thrilled to be working with Brooklyn-based DJ and producer Chris Stath.
Chris Stath is one of the US house scene’s most exciting talents. His sax-drenched Sly5thAve remix of ‘Gold,’ which has over 105,000 Spotify streams, and his bass-heavy remix of Tangina Stone’s ‘Easy,’ are two of his most popular singles to date (10,000 streams and counting). He has supported artists such as Waka Flocka Flame, The Game, Styles P, and many others, and has released an EP, whoopsidaisies, on the hot King Street Sounds label out of NYC.
While Stath’s work as a DJ and producer is excellent, it is only a part of his wide-ranging ambition. He also works as a touring drummer for various acts, writes music for global drinks brand Red Bull, assists under-represented artists in landing sync deals, runs his own dance label (Club Casa), collaborates with major dance-party brands, throws house parties, and works as an actor in New York City (his credits include Law and Order SVU, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, and Late Night with Mindy Kaling). He’s established an incredible network of rappers, label bosses, DJs, producers, filmmakers, writers, and performers as a result of all of these activities and more. Stath credits much of his musical taste to his father, a drummer who played everything from Led Zeppelin to Parliament when he was a kid in Boston. Stath’s own musical path took him from punk and post-hardcore to hip-hop and, eventually, house music, where he is rapidly establishing a name in New York and beyond.