Yes, you heard it correctly!
Western Sydney country favourite and 2018 CMC Female Artist of the Year Christie Lamb hit #1 on the iTunes Dance Chart on Friday, with her new Hot Hot Kiss (Love To Infinity Remixes) EP.
The new bundle features six new mixes of Christie’s latest single ‘Hot Hit Kiss,’ which also topped the iTunes country songs chart when released in February.
Christie wrote the track Nashville last year with Australian co-writers Phil Barton, Sinead Burgess and Jonathon Sora-English and it was produced by Andy Mak, who has previously worked with Australian country artists The McClymonts and Drew McAlister.
Collaborators Love to Infinity are UK based remix, production and songwriting team, Andy and Pete Lee. In addition to having a couple of hits in the UK in the nineties, they’ve remixed tracks for the likes of Madonna, Michael Jackson, Cher, Diana Ross and Whitney Houston, along with country stars Shania Twain and Faith Hill.
The original country radio edit for ‘Hot Hot Kiss’ has been all over Australian country radio playlists since its release and the music video topped the CMC top 30 Countdown in June.
Check out the ‘Hot Hot Kiss’ music video
Christie is currently in Nashville on a writing trip and was celebrating this exciting chart result, while enduring the current North American heatwave, at Nashville Shores Leisure resort (pictured above) on Sunday.
This year she has been touring with Lee Kernaghan on his Backroad Nation tour and recently announced to fans that she’ll release a new album in October.
A launch show will take place in Sydney on Saturday October 19 at Winsdor RSL.
Christie is also on the line-up for Country Rocks Under the Stars at Braidwood Showground on October 18-19 (so she’ll presumably play on the first night of the festival). That event, taking place for the second time, will feature O’Shea, Jasmine Rae, Drew McAlister, Brad Cox and Amber Lawrence, along with Christie and other up-and-comers.