After whetting fans’ appetites with the top 10 U.S. Dance Radio hit “Beggin,’” GRAMMY®-nominated, chart-topping artist Chris Lake and acclaimed singer-songwriter Aluna return with an incendiary new banger – “More Baby” – released today via Black Book Records/Astralwerks.

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Lake and Aluna produced the track together and wrote it with Marco Parisi and Giampaolo Parisi (Swedish House Mafia, Fred Again…, Black Eyed Peas). Lake teased “More Baby” earlier this year during his Coachella set with FISHER.

Rolling Stone spotlighted “Beggin’” as one of the “Songs You Need to Know” upon its release in April. Launched with covers on Spotify’s Flagship Dance playlist Mint and Apple’s Flagship Dance playlist DanceXL, the track has since amassed over 30 million combined global streams. CULTR praised the “funky house anthem” and hailed it as an “unforgettable tune.” This Song is Sick said, “Two of House’s heaviest hitters have joined forces on a new tech house track that is as seductive as it is minimal… Good luck keeping your hips in place when the drum kit kicks in…” “[‘Beggin’’] boasts mysterious and sultry vocals by Aluna, glimmering synths, bouncy basslines and more…” noted Forbes, which published this Q&A with Lake.

Aluna recently kicked off a North American headline tour in support of her critically acclaimed sophomore album, MYCELiUM, released via Mad Decent While in the States, she’ll take the stage as a special guest of electronic duo Louis The Child at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, CO (September 23 & 24) and perform at III Points Festival in Miami (October 20). For further details, please visit

Lake will return to Marquee Dayclub in Las Vegas tomorrow, September 16. He’ll play a back-to-back set with FISHER when the two artists bring a massive “Under Construction” event to Los Angeles on Saturday, October 21 at a yet-to-be announced venue. Tickets for “Under Construction Los Angeles,” which will be presented by Framework x Goldenvoice, are on sale HERE. See below for Lake’s fall itinerary, which also includes a series of dates in Australia and a trio of New Year’s celebrations.

Praising his sold-out, two-night stand at Brooklyn Mirage as “one of the venue’s most legendary opening weekends yet,“ V Magazine said, “[Lake] has become an unwavering staple in the house music scene… known for his ability to adapt and innovate, constantly churning out something fresh and different for his audience.” In this cover story, DJ Mag marveled, “Chris Lake perfected the art of the slow burn, and nothing will extinguish his light.”