He’s produced for platinum-selling artists and played for the world's biggest brands.
You can catch Chi Duly as a resident in the New York City venues Mr Purple and VNYL, as well as at go-to hotspots in Portland, Oregon, like Tube and District. But he was fascinated with remixing bodies of work years before the celebrity endorsements. (See: The Weeknd's rave review on "Balloons of Haus.”) This fixation would inevitably lay the groundwork for a music career tracing back to the summer of 2010, when he released his first viral smash, October's Very Cold. It stormed Twitter, capturing hearts on college campuses everywhere and, in a rare feat, struck No. 1 on Hype Machine -- three times in a single month. In the years since, he's released several more critically acclaimed projects.
When it comes to live DJ sets, Chi Duly’s open-format mixing captivates a crowd. Whether he’s spinning a high-energy club, a relaxed lounge or a fashion show, he taps into his audience’s deepest desires with ease.