A lot of rappers brag about spending money, but Rich The Kid advocates saving in his aptly-titled anthem, “Save That.”
The track, which appears on Rich’s new album, The World Is Yours, is currently No. 10 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart, after hitting No. 2. It was produced by the in-demand D.A. Doman, who DJcity recently interviewed.
Following its announcement on Tuesday, Mojaxx has provided a first look at Pioneer DJ’s new DDJ-800 controller. The device, which is designed for rekordbox dj, is a more portable and affordable version of the DDJ-1000.
D’Maduro at Club Vie Rotterdam in the Netherlands. (Source: Instagram)
Rising Dutch DJ/producer D’Maduro has dropped a dancehall-influenced remix of Icona Pop‘s 2012 breakout hit “I Love It” featuring Charli XCX. It is available exclusively on DJcity.
D’Maduro’s rework combines the original vocals with dancehall-influenced drums and acoustic guitar rhythms. It follows his remix of Blu Cantrell‘s 2003 hit, “Breathe,” which peaked at No. 1 on DJcity’s daily Hot Box chart.
Preview his “I Love It” rework below and download it only on DJcity.
The Super Hero DJs online school has launched a DJ challenge.
The first place winner will receive a Phase wireless DJ system, a limited set of control vinyl, and a lifetime membership to the school. The second place winner will get a limited set of control vinyl and a one-year membership to the school. The third place winner will receive a Super Hero DJs snapback hat and a one-year membership to the school.
Here’s how to enter:
– Download the tools here
– Record a video in frontal view at a minimum of 1080p resolution with a maximum of 60 seconds length
– Upload the video with the hashtag #HeroesWorkHard
The move came in response to Kodak’s comments about Nipsey Hussle‘s fiancee Lauren London following the rapper’s death. The comments were widely condemned, including by rappers like The Game and T.I.
Speaking with the Reflections of a DJ podcast, Leakers members Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk discussed how the ban came about and how long it will last. They also shared some memories of Nipsey, among other topics.
Watch an excerpt below and listen to the full interview here.
Avicii‘s highly-anticipated first posthumous single has arrived. The track, which is titled “S.O.S.,” features “Wake Me Up” singer Aloe Blacc. It will appear on the Swedish artist’s upcoming posthumous album, TIM, which drops June 6.
“When Tim Bergling passed away on April 20, 2018, he was close to completing a new album,” the press release says. “The songwriters that Tim was collaborating with on this album have continued the process to get as close to his vision as possible.”
“Since Tim’s passing, the family decided not to keep the music locked away – instead they wanted to share it with his fans all around the world.”
Avicii’s net income from the album will go to the nonprofit Tim Bergling Foundation, which among other things, helps prevent mental illness and suicide.
As a mixer on Los Angeles’ Power 106, DJ Fuze plays current hits on a daily basis. However, as a club DJ, Fuze also spins classics.
To compare different eras, DJcityTV has enlisted Fuze for a new series called 20-Year View. As its name suggests, the series features Fuze performing routines with new and classic tracks that were popular 20 years apart from each other.
For the debut episode, Fuze flips tracks that were popular in March 1999 and March 2019.
Watch above, and catch Fuze in the morning Monday through Friday on Power 106.
Fatman Scoop ft. The Crooklyn Clan – Be Faithful
Faith Evans – Love Like This
Khalid – Better
Drake – Nice For What
21 Savage ft. J. Cole – a lot
JAY-Z – Hard Knock Life
Meek Mill ft. Drake – Going Bad
Eminem – My Name Is
Post Malone & Swae Lee – Sunflower
TLC – No Scrubs
Las Vegas DJ/producer Exile and promoter Jason Aguilar were guests on this week’s episode of Reflections of a DJ (R.O.A.D. Podcast). Both have played a key role in bringing the new generation of Latin music to the Vegas strip.
In the interview, Exile and Aguilar discussed a variety of topics related to Latin music and the Vegas scene, including their Thursday night party “Noches Azul” at Blue Martini and bringing Latin stars like Bad Bunny and Anuel AA to venues like Drai’s, OMNIA, The LIGHT, and Kaos.
Watch an excerpt below and listen to the full episode here.