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Together with Arny Bink, he founded the record company Black Hole Recordings, which offers the world a variety of high-quality dance music. On Black Hole, Tiësto has his Magik and In Search Of Sunrise series, which are very successful around the world. He also mixed the first two volumes of Space Age and, more recently, Nyana. His remix of Delerium with Sarah McLachlan - The Silence was the first house track ever broadcast on radio during the day in North America and remained in the top 10 of the UK charts for four weeks. In 2001, Tiësto launched a new sub-label, MAGIK MUZIK, which offers the world the best Tiësto productions and his favorite tracks. The first releases were the 2001 anthems Flight 643 and his long-awaited album In My Memory, and lately huge hymns from Umerk, Mark Norman and Mr Sam vs. Fred Baker. In the summer of 2002, Black Hole Recordings UK was founded, a sister company created to serve the English market. After winning practically every award related to dance music in 2002, a coronation was placed on his career as the number 1 DJ in the world in the top 100 ranking of DJ Magazine. 2003 was a year full of highlights. Tiësto is officially the first DJ in the world to sell out an event in a stadium with a solo performance for more than 25,000 people. Like Nyana, the DVD Tiësto In Concert reached gold status, as did the hit single Traffic, which is the first instrumental track to reach number 1 in the chart in 23 years. In 2003, Tiësto won 3 TMF awards (Holland and Belgium), 2 Dutch DJ awards, a Dutch MTV award and was once again number 1 in DJ Magzine's top 100 chart, the first time a DJ has obtained this position twice in a row!