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Lost Frequencies’ “Are You With Me” Surpasses One Billion Streams on Spotify



Belgian DJ & producer Lost Frequencies has for the second time in his career surpassed one billion streams on Spotify, this time with his breakout hit “Are You With Me”, further solidifying the track status as a timeless classic in electronic dance music. After being the first Belgian artist ever to reach more than a billion Spotify streams with “Where Are You Know”, Lost Frequencies now has a second song achieving that remarkable milestone, which has never been done by any Belgian musician before.

“Almost 10 years ago, I produced this track in my bedroom on my laptop, I even had to reproduce the whole track again for the official release because my laptop got stolen in between and I lost the whole project. Fast forward 10 years later,
“Are You With Me” traveled all around the world, kickstarted my career and is still one of my favorite moments in the set. times thank you for the support, such an insane feeling to see what music can bring to people around me & around the world!”
– Lost Frequencies

Ten years after its release, Lost Frequencies’ remix of American country singer Easton Corbin’s track of the same name has garnered remarkable global success, achieving 6X platinum status in the Netherlands, reaching top 10 in several European countries including the UK, France, Spain and Germany, topping the charts in Australia and reaching #1 on Billboard’s Next Big Sound chart. This achievement marks Lost Frequencies’ second song to join Spotify’s exclusive billions club, a distinction held by fewer than 1000 tracks. His previous hit, ‘Where Are You Now’, broke records as the first song by a Belgian artist to achieve this milestone, solidifying the producer’s position as a global music icon.

The past month, Lost Frequencies has been touring around North America with his new All Stand Together album, performing a series of spectacular shows in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Denver, Houston, Montreal, Boston, New York, Miami, Quebec, Toronto and Chicago.