Olav Basoski

Born 14 October 1968
Olav Basoski
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Olav Basoski

Olav Basoski Biography (Wikipedia)

Olav Basoski (born 1968, Haarlem, Netherlands) is a Dutch DJ/remixer/House producer.

In 2005, Basoski teamed up with the British dancehall artist Michie One to record "Waterman". A remake of "Bam Bam" (originally recorded by Sister Nancy), it became a hit in the United States at both clubs and radio, where it debuted at number 22 on Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay chart in its March 27, 2006 issue. He has been featured on many compilation albums including the UK's Ministry of Sound.

Basoski has had two hits in the UK Singles Chart, "Waterman" (#45, 2005) and "Opium Scumbagz" (#56, 2000).

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New Day
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Stars on 45
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