Australian Producer Beth Yen's Track Featured On US TV Show 'CSI'

16 October 2015 | 12:13 pm | Staff Writer

Yen is killing it on the global market.

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English-born-Sydney-based DJ Beth Yen has been killing it on the dance circuits both locally and abroad in the last few years and her status is only continuing to grow after one of her most popular tracks was featured this week on the hugely successful US TV crime series, CSI.

Yen's song Who Cares? was used for the latest episode of CSI: Cyber which aired on US screens this week to an audience of over six million viewers. 

The program, which stars Hollywood heavyweights Ted Danson, Patricia Arquette, James Van Der Beek and Peter MacNicol is currently in its second season and the house tune was used at the very beginning of the episode for a scene set in a dance club — check out the clip featured on Yen's official Facebook page

This is not the only success Yen has experienced with her single, as it hit #4 on the UK Club Charts earlier this year. 

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In addition to being one of the most prominent producers on the Sydney circuit, Yen has made quite a name for herself in Ibiza, having just returned from a stint there during the summer season, with plans to return in 2016. 

She played alongside big-name producers during her European venture, including DJ Snake, Chicane, Camelphat, Disciples and BBC Radio 1's MistaJam.

Also featured is fellow DJ Kudo$ who not only serves as the song's vocalist, but also had a huge hand in getting the track featured on US television.

Give the track a listen below and for all of Yen's future movements, check out her official website, or click here for Kudo$' Facebook page.