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About Rui Da Silva

Rui da Silva, perhaps Portugal's greatest dance music export, left his native country in 1999 and headed over to London, where he hit number one with "Touch Me," a track that Muzik magazine dubbed the biggest single of 2001. In 2003, he was one of several artists Yoko Ono invited to remix her classic, "Walking On Thin Ice."

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Listen toRui Da Silvaon Rhapsody

Rui da Silva, perhaps Portugal's greatest dance music export, left his native country in 1999 and headed over to London, where he hit number one with "Touch Me," a track that Muzik magazine dubbed the biggest single of 2001. In 2003, he was one of several artists Yoko Ono invited to remix her classic, "Walking On Thin Ice."

About Rui Da Silva

Rui da Silva, perhaps Portugal's greatest dance music export, left his native country in 1999 and headed over to London, where he hit number one with "Touch Me," a track that Muzik magazine dubbed the biggest single of 2001. In 2003, he was one of several artists Yoko Ono invited to remix her classic, "Walking On Thin Ice."

About Rui Da Silva

Rui da Silva, perhaps Portugal's greatest dance music export, left his native country in 1999 and headed over to London, where he hit number one with "Touch Me," a track that Muzik magazine dubbed the biggest single of 2001. In 2003, he was one of several artists Yoko Ono invited to remix her classic, "Walking On Thin Ice."