By 1998, she met DJ Hell in Marseille who wanted her to record for his International DJ Gigolo label.
She presented him with the EP Champagne that she recorded with The Hacker. In 1999, the duo released the EP Intimités, which included a cover of the Eurythmics' "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)".
The next day, Kittin and Felix composed "Silver Screen Shower Scene" and "Madame Hollywood" in a small friend's studio in Geneva.
She also cowrote and was featured on the songs "Voicemail" and "What Does It Feel Like?
She released her debut solo album I Com in 2004, a second, Bat Box, in 2008, and a third, Calling From The Stars, in 2013.
She achieved international popularity with the singles "Rippin Kittin" and "Silver Screen Shower Scene".
Miss Kittin also released the double-disc CD A Bugged Out Mix in 2006 through Resist Music and System Recordings.When she was 22, she began DJing, spinning records in France, Moscow and Chicago with Mike Dearborn.A major break came for the producer/DJ when she received bookings for the Dragon Ball events in southern France." from Felix da Housecat's album Kittenz and Thee Glitz.
Golden Boy first met Miss Kittin after she remixed one of his songs. The album was released through Emperor Norton Records in North America, which had previously released Miss Kittin and The Hacker's First Album.
Other songs on the album include "Stock Exchange" and "The Beach".