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"Move for Me" is a song by American DJ and record producer Kaskade and Canadian electronic music producer Deadmau5. It was released as the lead single from Kaskade's fifth studio album, Strobelite Seduction. The single, which features vocals by British singer Haley Gibby (who has separate 2005 collaboration with Kaskade and writer Finn Bjarnson called "Summer of Space"), reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Airplay chart in its September 6, 2008 issue, giving Kaskade his first number-one on this chart after having reached the top ten four times and deadmau5 his first number-one single on an American chart. Both artists would reach that same summit in October 2009 with "I Remember" with deadmau5 getting the lead billing and Kaskade being the featured collaborator.[1] In late January 2009 it started charting in Canada. It debuted at #98 on the Canadian Hot 100, and since then it peaked at #66.[2]

"Move for Me"
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Single by Kaskade and Deadmau5
from the album Strobelite Seduction
Released14 May 2008
18 Jun 2008 (Remixes)
FormatCD single
Maxi CD
Digital Download
GenreProgressive house, deep house, ambient house, trance
LabelUltra Records (U.S.)
Songwriter(s)Ryan Raddon, Joel Zimmerman, Finn Bjarnson
Producer(s)Kaskade, Deadmau5
Kaskade singles chronology
"4 AM"
"Move for Me"
"I Remember"
Deadmau5 singles chronology
"Move for Me"
"I Remember"

"Move For Me" became available in the UK and Ireland on iTunes and other digital downloading sites as of 27 December 2009.

The song is also featured in DJ Hero 2[3]

Track listingEdit

Single (U.S. & Canada)[4]
1."Move for Me" (Radio Edit)2:56
2."Move for Me" (Extended Mix)6:29
3."Move for Me" (Extended Instrumental)6:29
Remixes (U.S.)[5]
1."Move for Me" (Mind Electric Mix)7:06
2."Move for Me" (Santiago & Bushido Mix)5:16
3."Move for Me" (Rasmus Faber Epic Mix)7:48
4."Move for Me" (Santiago & Bushido Dub)6:32
5."Move for Me" (Rasmus Faber Epic Mix Instrumental)7:48
GTA Remix (2013)[6]
1."Move for Me" (GTA Remix)4:38


Chart (2009/10) Peak
Canadian Hot 100 66
UK Dance (Official Charts Company)[7] 24
US Hot Dance Club Songs 1


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