(Source: DJ Kwest)
DJcity regular DJ Kwest has delivered a set of hip-hop, house, and Latin bangers for the DJcity Podcast. If you’re stuck indoors and missing the club, tunes from Megan Thee Stallion, Jack Harlow, Major Lazer, alongside exclusive edits and more, are certain to turn your bedroom into a dance floor.
Each week, the Southern California-based turntablist mixes DJcity’s favorite tracks in his New and Notable routine. You can also catch him Saturday nights at 10 PM PST/1 AM EST on Pitbull’s Globalization on Sirius XM and Monday through Saturday on Riverside, CA’s KGGI 99.1 FM.
1. N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ – Fresco & Bizzon Remix
2. Megan Thee Stallion – Body
3. TV Noise & Dillon Francis – Booty Bust
4. Ty Dolla $ign ft. Post Malone – Spicy – MarkCutz Acap Intro
5. Bad Bunny & Don Omar – PA’ ROMPERLA – Eddie Boy & Kwest Volar Edit
6. Nicky Jam – Me Voy Pa’l Party – Noizekid Remix
7. Jack Harlow ft. Big Sean – Way Out – Kwest Hype Edit
8. Dua Lipa ft. DaBaby – Levitating – KUU Remix
9. Koffee – Toast – Major Lazer “Show Me Love” Edit
10. Alison Wonderland & Valentino Khan – Anything
11. Bad Bunny & Jhay Cortez – Dakiti – Kwest Remix
12. Don Toliver – After Party – Josh Stylez Remix
13. PBH & Jack ft. Sash Sings – Lose CTRL
14. Daddy Yankee, Anuel AA & Kendo Kaponi – Don Don – Kwest Remix
15. Jason Derulo, Puri & Jhorrmountain – C#ño – KREAM Remix
16. Major Lazer ft. J Balvin and El Alfa – Que Calor (Sunnery James Remix)
17. Kidd Spin vs. Fast Eddie – Big Ol’ Booty
18. Pitbull, Sak Noel & Salvi – Que Rica (Tocame)
19. Deorro ft. DyCy – Don’t Hold Me Back (Five Hours)
Dillon Francis performs at Radius in Chicago. (Credit: Blaise Production)
“Be Somebody,” Dillon Francis‘ latest single featuring vocalist Evie Irie, has received a diverse treatment of remixes. Moodshift, XIE, and Francis himself provide refreshing takes on the airy, trap track filled with positive vibes.
Francis’ VIP takes the tune in a classic piano-house direction. Moodshift’s remix finds a more chill interpretation, while XIE goes for a driving, hard electro feel.
The remixes are available to stream here here.
Fresco (left) and Bizzon (right). (Source: Fresco and Bizzon)
Texas’ Fresco and Wisconsin’s Bizzon have linked up for a DJcity exclusive remix of N.O.R.E.’s 2002 club smash “Nothin’.” In this remix, the Queens emcee’s Billboard top-10 single gets a hypnotically bouncy interpretation.
“The original track already has great energy, so we wanted to make sure that carried over with our remix,” Fresco says. “I wanted to keep it simple and bouncy, so I took a flute sample and arranged a melody that bounced with the vocals. The bassline we used also kept the momentum going and modernized this classic.”
Preview Fresco and Bizzon’s “Nothin’” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.
Doc Jnr (left) and DJ iGnite (right). (Source: Doc Jnr)
Doc Jnr and DJ iGnite have linked up on a high-energy club mix for the DJcity Podcast. Their half-hour set showcases the depth of global influences on modern hip-hop, from Da Baby and Drake to Koffee, Burna Boy, and more.
Doc Jnr is a UK ambassador for DJcity, Beatsource, and Genrebndr, and is represented in the UK by the No Cutz No Glory agency. Bahamas-based DJ iGnite is the resident DJ at the Albany and Baha Mar resorts. He uses his talents to give back to organizations such as Hands for Hunger, The Cancer Society of the Bahamas and the YESI Soccer foundation.
1. Tory Lanez – The Most High
2. Phora ft. Ty Dolla Sign – This Weekend
3. Mike WiLL Made-It ft. Nicki Minaj & YoungBoy Never Broke Again – What That Speed Bout!?
4. Omah Lay – Damn
5. Ty Dolla $ign ft. Kanye West, FKA twigs & Skrillex – Ego Death
6. Drake & Giveon – Chicago Freestyle
7. Pop Smoke ft. Lil Baby & Da Baby – For The Night
8. King Von – How It Go
9. NAV ft. Lil Baby – Don’t Need Friends
10. CJ – Whoopty
11. Future & Lil Uzi – Drankin N Smokin
12. Polo G – Epidemic
13. Yung Bleu ft. Drake – You’re Mines Still
14. Pop Smoke ft. Lil Tjay – Mood Swings
15. Bryson Tiller ft. Drake – Outta Time
16. Tarrus Riley ft. Shenseea & Rvssian – Lighter
17. Koffee – Lockdown
18. Shenseea – The Sidechick Song
19. Rvssian, Shenseea & Swae Lee feat. Young Thug – IDKW
20. Shenseea – Luv I Got For U
21. Burna Boy – YE
22. Popcaan ft. Drake & PartyNextDoor – Twist & Turn
23. Koffee – Toast
24. Wiley, Stefflon Don, & Sean Paul ft. Idris Elba – Boasty
25. Afro B ft. French Montana – Drogba (Joanna) Remix
26. Dexta Daps – Call Me If
27. Pop Smoke ft. Burna Boy – Enjoy Yourself – Remix
28. Pop Smoke ft. 50 Cent & Roddy Ricch – The Woo
29. NLE Choppa ft. Roddy Ricch – Walk Em Down – KidCutUp 100-84 Transition
30. Da Baby ft. Roddy Ricch – Rockstar – BLM Remix
31. Lil Baby – Emotionally Scarred
32. Lil Baby – All In
33. Chris Brown ft. Young Thug – Go Crazy
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A-Trak and Nick Catchdubs perform at The Roxy in Los Angeles on a Fools Gold Records tour in 2007. (Credit: Steven Meiers Dominguez)
Throughout December, Red Bull Radio will be hosting Hollerboard Redux 2.0, a series of performances featuring an impressive lineup of DJs. The Hollerboard was a late-2000s message board that united an underground collective of selectors, many of whom went on to become critically-acclaimed pros.
Tastemakers like A-Trak, Louisahhh, Jubilee, and YehMe2, plus current Twitch streaming favorite Four Color Zack, are on the lineup. Fool’s Gold Records co-founder Nick Catchdubs will be spinning, as will OG indie DJ trendsetters Dances With White Girls and Cosmo Baker. Dirty South Joe and Lowbudget, two Philadelphia DJs who many cite as vital to the roots of the 2010s underground-to-mainstream evolution, are performing as well.
The schedule is as follows, and DJ sets will be posted on Red Bull Radio’s Mixcloud.
12/15 – Louisahhh @ 6AM PST + Dances With White Girls @ 11AM PST
12/16 – Jubilee @ 6AM PST + Nick Catchdubs @ 11 AM PST
12/17 – Dirty South Joe @ 6AM PST + Lowbudget @ 11AM PST
12/22 – YehMe2 @ 6AM PST + Four Color Zack @ 11AM PST
12/23 – Cosmo Baker @ 6AM PST + A-Trak @ 11AM PST
Check out the flyer for Red Bull Radio’s Hollerboard Redux 2.0 mix series below.
Kidd Spin. (Credit: Philip Marceau)
Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Kidd Spin has given a high-energy refresh to Chicago house legend Fast Eddie‘s 1997 hit “Big Ol’ Booty.” After years delivering sought-after remixes, the DJcity Records release serves as Spin’s debut single.
In addition to serving as Beatsource‘s Head Of Curation and DJcity’s Music Director, Kidd Spin is also a mixer for Pitbull’s Globalization channel on Sirius XM. Over the past two decades, he’s also released official remixes of tracks by the previously mentioned Pitbull, plus Matoma and Sak Noel.
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