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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Are DJs Prepared to Return to Work?

‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Are DJs Prepared to Return to Work?

On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew talked about being physically and mentally ready for the nightlife grind after feeling a little rusty during the first week back at work.

The fellas also share their optimistic predictions for the nightlife industry in 2021.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: DJ Carisma on Her Role in Bringing Hip-Hop Back to LA Radio

'R.O.A.D. Podcast': DJ Carisma on Her Role in Bringing Hip-Hop Back to LA Radio

On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew spoke to Power 106‘s DJ Carisma. The Los Angeles native and Young California co-founder explained her role in bringing hip-hop back to LA radio by breaking local artists like the Cali Swag District, New Boyz, Rej3ctz, and YG during the 2010s EDM era.

Carisma also shared how she was convinced by Nick Cannon to join his new morning show after her decision to leave radio in 2017.

Watch an excerpt above and the full interview here.

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DJcity Lounge Essentials: April 2021

DJcity Lounge Essentials: April 2021

DJcity Lounge Essentials: April 2021

Due to restrictions placed at music venues worldwide because of COVID-19, many clubs have been forced to practice social distancing by transforming their dance floors into safe dining and lounge areas. DJs are now required to ditch their typical dance set in exchange for a more laid-back, mellow mix to encourage crowds to respect these guidelines. We talked to several DJcity representatives and friends from around the world to find out what are some of their favorite lounge-style tracks from the DJcity record pool.

Check out their selections for the month of April below.

DJ Bizzon – Milwaukee (USA)

1. Childish Gambino – Redbone – Nivedan Remix
2. Popeye Caution, The Gifted Program & Felva – Run Tingz
3. Beenie Man – Dude – Bo Bounce Sunny Edit
4. Ludacris ft. Sleepy Brown – Saturday (Oooh! Ooooh!) – Quinoa Jones Remix
5. Notch – Nuttin Nuh Go So – Da Phonk & Luis R Remix

Eddie Boy – Los Angeles (USA)

1. Kanye West – Father Stretch My Hands Pt.1 – G.Brown Remix
2. 50 Cent – 21 Questions – Anthem Kingz Try Edit
3. Janet Jackson – That’s The Way Love Goes – DJ Takumi Remix
4. Dr. Dre ft. Hittman, Ms. Roq & Kurupt – Let’s Get High – Arona Mane Remix
5. 2Pac – I Get Around – Arona Mane Remix

Lincoln Baio – Toronto (Canada)

1. Mariah Carey – Shake It Off – Naken Remix
2. Rihanna – Work – Camofly Remix
3. Yung Bleu ft. Drake – You’re Mines Still – Mozes Dancehall Remix
4. Avant – Read Your Mind – Magic Flowers Remix
5. Justin Bieber ft. Burna Boy – Loved By You – Da Phonk Club Edit

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Grandmaster Flash’s Do-Not-Play List

'R.O.A.D. Podcast': Grandmaster Flash's Do-Not-Play List

On this week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew discussed DJ and hip-hop pioneer Grandmaster Flash‘s infamous “Do Not Play” list for opening club DJs.

The fellas also shared their thoughts on the recent Grammys and reviewed some new music.

Watch an excerpt above and the full episode here.

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Website Update: DJcity Launches Dark Mode and New Remixers Page

Website Update: DJcity Launches Dark Mode and New Remixers Page

Website Update: DJcity Launches Dark Mode and New Remixers Page

DJcity has added Dark Mode and a new Remixers Page to their recently redesigned website.

Dark Mode:

You can easily activate Dark Mode with the toggle switch at the top of the page. You can switch between Light and Dark Mode as you wish.

Remixers Page:

We are very proud of our team of editors and remixers. This new page allows you to check out all the exclusive edits and remixes our team has done for DJcity. For example, if you enjoy KidCutUp’s work, you can click on his photo and take a look at his entire back catalog.

Both of these new features are live on the site now. Watch Mojaxx’s walkthrough below and head over to DJcity.com and try them out for yourself.

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‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Salaam Remi on Blending Reggae With Hip-Hop Classics in the 90s

‘R.O.A.D. Podcast’: Salaam Remi on Blending Reggae With Hip-Hop Classics

On last week’s episode of the R.O.A.D. Podcast, the crew and guest co-host DJ mOma sat down with Grammy-nominated producer Salaam Remi. The legendary Queens representative explained what inspired him to start blending reggae with hip-hop classics in the 90s, which led to his iconic remix of the Billboard Hot 100 hit “Here Comes The Hotstepper” by Ini Kamoze.

Salaam also shared stories of carrying records for DJ Chuck Chillout with Funkmaster Flex.

Watch an excerpt above and the full interview here.

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