MK, real name Marc Kinchen, continues a prolific 2023 with a new single 'Take My Chance' dropping this week.
The song, which has featured heavily in the DJ's summer sets, pays homage to '90s piano house and evokes dancefloor euphoria.
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The Detroit-born producer has amassed over one billion global streams, with this year proving particularly fruitful thanks to singles 'Asking' with Sonny Fodera and Clementine Douglas, and his Dom Dolla collaboration 'Rhyme Dust'.
The former made the Top 10 on the official UK singles charts while 'Rhyme Dust' received over 70 million global streams plus an ARIA nomination in Australia, achieving Gold certification in the region.
Outside of production, MK's headline shows continue to sell out worldwide after a summer that included highlight performances at major festivals Coachella, Bonnaroo, Reading, Leeds, Creamfields and Glastonbury, where he graced the Arcadia spider.
Kinchen, who broke onto the house scene in 1989 with his 'Somebody New' EP, rose to fame when 'Always' and 'Love Changes' hit number-one on the US Bilboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in 1993 and '94 respectively.
In the last few years has seen Kinchen withdraw from work within the pop sphere and return to the dancefloor, reflected by recent efforts 'Teardrops' with Paul Woolford and Majid Jordan, as well as the aforementioned 'Asking' and 'Rhyme Dust'.
You can pre-save MK's new single 'Take My Chance' here
Tibor Heskett is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter