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DJcity Trends for March 2020

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DJcity Trends

DJcity Trends is a monthly collection of tracks intended to help DJs discover new and buzzing club music. They are hand-picked by influential DJs from around the world.

View the March 2020 edition of DJcity Trends here.

Contributors:

D-Tale, regional director, Germany at DJcity
DJames, music producer at DJcity
Santarosa, Latin director at DJcity; mixer at SiriusXM’s Globalization

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DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Mar. 17

Felix Jaehn

Felix Jaehn
Felix Jaehn performing at The Grand Boston on September 5, 2019. (Source: Facebook)

DJcity’s Spotify playlist update for the week of March 17:

A.CHAL – Pink Dust
Fatboy Slim & Eats Everything – All The Ladies
Felix Jaehn ft. GASHI and FAANGS – SICKO
Jay Electronica ft. Travis Scott & JAY-Z – The Blinding
Lil Yachty & DaBaby ft. Drake – Oprah’s Bank Account
Rich The Kid ft. Post Malone – V12
Tyga ft. Megan Thee Stallion – Freak

Stream the entire playlist below or from within Spotify.

Related Post: DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Mar. 8

New and Notable Tracks: Mar. 13

Holly

Holly
Holly. (Source: Facebook)

Tyga ft. Megan Thee Stallion – Freak
This Mustard produced beat samples Sexual Harassment’s 1983 classic “I Need A Freak.”

Maluma – Qué Chimba
The Colombian superstar surprises his fans with an uptempo Guaracha party track.

DaniLeigh ft. DaBaby – Levi High
Def Jam’s multi-talented artist enlists DaBaby for this ode to the classic denim brand.

Slushii & Holly – All Night Long
The Los Angeles-based DJ/producers team up for this hard-hitting tech house single.


DJcity’s weekly picks are selected by Kidd Spin. To receive them via email, click here.

Related Post: New and Notable Tracks: Mar. 6

Beatsource’s ‘TBT Hits’ for March 12

The Notorious B.I.G.

The Notorious B.I.G.
The Notorious B.I.G.

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

The Notorious B.I.G. – Juicy
One of the most iconic hip-hop tracks of all-time.

Rihanna – If It’s Lovin’ That You Want
This early RiRi hit is ideal for opening sets.

Jennifer Lopez ft. Fabolous – Get Right
A mid-2000s classic that samples “Soul Power 74” by Maceo & The Macks.

Calvin Harris ft. Ayah Marar – Thinking About You
“Arguably the best song by Calvin Harris,” says DJ Drew.

Wisin & Yandel – Me Estas Tentando
Reggaeton meets dance music on this late-2000s reggaeton hit.

Shabba Ranks – Dem Bow
This riddim helped spark the reggaeton revolution and is the foundation of most of the genre’s tracks.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Related Post: Beatsource’s ‘TBT Hits’ for March 5

DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Mar. 8

DYNE

DYNE
DYNE. (Source: Instagram)

DJcity’s Spotify playlist update for the week of March 8:

Ashnikko – Tantrum
DJ D-Tale & DYNE ft. Leftside – Outta Control
Gunna – SKYBOX
Kito ft. AlunaGeorge – Alone With You
Lil Uzi Vert – That Way
Megan Thee Stallion – Captain Hook

Stream the entire playlist below or from within Spotify.

Related Post: DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Mar. 3

Beatsource’s ‘TBT Hits’ for March 5

Ice Cube

Ice Cube
Ice Cube

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Ice Cube – Check Yo Self
A recognizable ’90s classic by a West Coast legend.

Lauryn Hill – Doo Wop (That Thing)
This club hit is regularly remixed, but nothing beats the original.

The Black Eyed Peas – My Humps
This track helped propel BEP into the mainstream.

Martin Solvieg & Dragonette – Hello
A big dance music track that crossed over to the Top 40.

Dirtsman – Hot This Year
An early ’90s dancehall classic, which has been sampled by the likes of De La Soul, Daddy Yankee, and Craig David.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

Related Post: Beatsource’s ‘TBT Hits’ for Feb. 27

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