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Bassvoom Drops ‘DJcity Podcast’ Latino Mix


Bassvoom at Waitara Club in Pichilemu, Chile. (Credit: im.dreamz)

Bassvoom, a DJ/producer from Santiago, Chile, has dropped a Latin mix for the DJcity Podcast. His 29-minute set consists of reggaeton and moombahton, including four his edits. Bassvoom is a resident at Waitara Club in Pichilemu.



1. Bad Bunny ft. Drake – MIA – Henry Fong Remix
2. Kevin Roldan & Zion & Lennox – PPP Remix
3. Paloma Mami – No Te Enamores – Bross Redrum
4. Daddy Yankee – Perros Salvajes – Alvaro Guerra Body Riddim Bootleg
5. Anuel AA & Haze – Amanece – Bassvoom Edit
6. Jamsha & Barbie Rican – Gaveta
7. Wisin & Yandel & Ozuna – Callao – ETX Hype Edit
8. Daddy Yankee – Aqui Esta Tu Caldo
9. Daddy Yankee – Rompe – Systematisch Oma Bootleg
10. Ozuna – Baila Baila Baila – IGORITO Acap Intro – Bassvoom Party Break
11. Daddy Yankee ft. Snow – Con Calma – Da Phonk Redrum
12. Kenny Man – Ni Gucci Ni Prada – Bross Edit
13. Cauty, Brytiago, Darell, Cosculluela, Rafa Pabon & Chenco Corleone – Ta To Gucci Remix – Gucci Perreo Version
14. Ozuna ft. Cardi B – La Modelo – DJ Nach Edit
15. DrefQuila – Exhibicionista – Bassvoom Redrum
16. Lorna – Papi Chulo – Richastic Remix
17. Joao Smith – Moombahook
18. Darkiel ft. Eladio Carrion, Myke Towers, Brray – Sigue Bailandome

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Watch Tyga’s ‘Girls Have Fun’ Video Feat. G-Eazy and Rich The Kid


Tyga has shared a summer-friendly video for his G-Eazy and Rich The Kid-assisted single, “Girls Have Fun.” Produced by DJ Snake, the track was one of the most-downloaded songs of January on DJcity. It currently sits at No. 2 on DJcity’s Hot Box.

The fitting visual finds Tyga, G-Eazy, and Rich partying at a pool resort with lots of beautiful women.

Watch the video above and download “Girls Have Fun” on DJcity.

Related: Watch Meek Mill’s ‘Going Bad’ Video Feat. Drake

The Samples Behind Big Pun’s ‘Yeeeah Baby’

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Legendary Bronx rapper Big Pun tragically passed away 19 years ago today on February 7, 2000. His second studio album, Yeeeah Baby, was released posthumously two months later. It is considered a classic East Coast hip-hop album.

Executive produced by Fat Joe, Yeeeah Baby peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and was certified platinum in October 2017. The project was supported by the singles “It’s So Hard” featuring Donell Jones and the Puerto Rican anthem “100%” featuring Tony Sunshine.

To honor the 19th anniversary of Big Pun’s death, Power 106’s Vin Rican has returned with a new episode of Wax Only. The series showcases classic hip-hop albums and the samples behind them.

Watch Wax Only above.

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Watch Meek Mill’s ‘Going Bad’ Video Feat. Drake

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Meek Mill and Drake channel their inner mob boss in the video for their club heater, “Going Bad.” The track, which peaked at No. 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was the second most-downloaded song of December on DJcity.

Directed by Kid Art, the visual features cameos from T.I., Swizz Beatz, Nipsey Hussle, Mustard, and more.

“Going Bad” appears on Meek’s 2018 chart-topping album, Championships. Five tracks from the project finished in the top 20 of DJcity’s most-downloaded songs of December.

Watch the video above and download “Going Bad” on DJcity.

Related: Watch 21 Savage’s ‘a lot’ Video Feat. J. Cole

Watch 21 Savage’s ‘a lot’ Video Feat. J. Cole

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21 Savage has shared the video for his J. Cole-assisted single, “a lot.” The track peaked at No. 33 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

In the somber visual, 21 Savage and Cole attend a formal family gathering for what appears to be a funeral.

“a lot” is the lead single from 21 Savage’s second studio album, I Am > I Was. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in late December.

Watch the video above and download “a lot” on DJcity.

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SiriusXM Completes Acquisition of Pandora



SiriusXM has completed its $3.5 billion acquisition of music streaming service Pandora. News of the proposed merger was announced last September.

With the deal done, SiriusXM is now the “world’s largest audio entertainment company,” according to the press release.

“This is a tremendous outcome for two organizations with complementary platforms and large audiences, and we could not be more excited to be moving forward as one company,” said SiriusXM CEO Jim Meyer. “… SiriusXM now reaches more than 100 million people across its audio products. That is a powerful platform for consumers, content creators and advertisers,” he added.

For now, there will be no immediate changes to the way SiriusXM and Pandora operate. However, the satellite radio company will explore ways to bring together the best of both services.

“Importantly, the premier products that SiriusXM and Pandora listeners have enjoyed for years are not changing. That said, good things come from being together, and we look forward to creating new unique audio packages that combine our strengths and offer an even wider range of content to our listeners,” said Meyer.

SiriusXM currently offers over 175 channels of music, live sports, news, and talk radio. One of its premier stations is Pitbull’s Globalization, which can be heard on channel 13. It features a variety of hit music from around the world and a unique selection of daily DJ mix shows.

Globalization’s mixers includes DJcity staff members Kidd Spin and DJ Santarosa, as well as DJcity contributors and subscribers. DJcity’s President, Edwin “DJ Phenom” Paredes, also serves as the channel’s program director.

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