Regi Penxten

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Background information
Birth nameReginald Paul Stefan Penxten
Born (1976-03-04) 4 March 1976 (age 46)
Hasselt, Belgium
Occupation(s)DJ, record producer, songwriter
Website www.regipenxten.be

Regi Penxten (born Reginald Paul Stefan Penxten on 4 March 1976) is a Belgian DJ and record producer, of many eurodance and trance projects in Belgium, including Milk Inc. and Sylver. [1]

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Better known by his mononym Regi, he has released three solo albums, which all reached the top ten of the Belgian album charts: Best Of (2005), Registrated (2007) and Registrated 2 (2010). Regi also had a number of charting singles in the Belgian Ultratop charts and two charting in the Netherlands.

Career

At the end of 2007, he released his first solo-album, REGIstrated, which received a golden record before its release. The first produced was the song "Turn the Tide" in 2000.

As one of the main members of Milk Inc., he has had a further 27 hit singles in the Ultratop, 22 of them inside the top ten, with four number 1 singles. Their seven albums also all charted, with Forever and Nomansland reaching number 1.

As producer and co-songwriter of Sylver, he has had a further 22 charting hits, including 10 top ten hits, one of which reached the number 1 spot. 5 of the 6 charting albums also reached the top 10, with the 2010 compilation topping the charts. They have so far sold more than 1.5 million CDs. [2]

Discography

(For discography with Milk Inc., see their page)
(For discography of Sylver that Regi Penxten produced, see their page)

Albums

YearAlbumPeak positionsCertification
BEL
(Fl)

[3]
2005The Best Of8
2007REGIstrated2Gold
2010REGIstrated 21Gold
2015Voices1
2020Vergeet De Tijd3
Live albums
YearAlbumPeak positions
BEL
(Fl)

[3]
2008Live in Antwerp 
2009Live in Hasselt 

Mixtapes

Singles

YearSinglePeak positionsAlbum
BEL
(Fl)

[3]
NED
Single
Top 100

[4]
2005"No Music"6 Registrated
2007"I Fail"
(Regi & Scala)
537
"AAA Anthem"
(Regi & BP)
4 
2008"Punish"
(Regi & Koen Buyse)
937
"Night and Day"
(Regi & Tom Helsen)
4 
2009"Loaded Gun"
(Regi & Tyler)
11 Registrated 2
2010"Hang On"
(Regi & Stan Van Samang)
10 
"Take It Off"
(Regi & Kaya Jones)
13 
"Runaway"
(Regi & Tyler)
5
(Ultratip)
 
2011"We Be Hot"
(Regi & Turbo B feat. Ameerah)
9 
2012"Momentum"
(Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike & Regi)
7 Non-album single
2014"Reckless"
(Regi feat. Moya)
3 Voices
"Invincible"
(Regi feat. Moya)
3 Non-album single
2015"The Party Is Over"
(Regi and Sem Thomasson feat. LX)
49 Voices
"Elegantly Wasted"
(Regi & Scala)
14 
2016"Should Have Been There"34 
2017"Where Did You Go (Summer Love)"1 Vergeet De Tijd
"You Have a Heart"
(Regi & OT)
3 Non-album single
2018"Ellie"
(featuring Jake Reese)
1 Vergeet De Tijd
"Ordinary"
(featuring Milo Meskens)
4 
2019"Summer Life"
(featuring Jake Reese and OT)
5 
"Rebel"
(with Jebroer)
85 
2020"Kom wat dichterbij"
(featuring Jake Reese and OT)
1 
"Zo ver weg"
(featuring Jake Reese and OT)
26 
"Vergeet de tijd"
(featuring Camille)
4 
"Vechter"
(featuring Camille)
7 Non-album singles
2021"De wereld draait voor jou"
(with Niels Destadsbader)
1 
"Duizend sterren"
(with Pauline)
12 
"Lost Without You"
(with Pauline)
34 
2022"Zwaartekracht"
(with Emma Heesters)
7 
"Als ik mezelf verlies"
(featuring Arno and Melanie)
9 
YearSinglePeak positions
BEL
(Fl)

[3]
NED
Single
Top 100

[4]
2004"Lonely"
(Trancelucent feat. Regi)
3 
2012"Our Love"
(Stereo Palma vs. Regi feat. Craig David)
17 

Other charted songs

List of other charted songs, with chart positions, showing year released and album name
TitleYearPeaksAlbum
BEL
(Fl)

[3]
"They Don't Know"
(with OT)
202059Vergeet De Tijd

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