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Madonna’s ‘4 Minutes’ Remixed by Scissors: DJcity Exclusive

Scissors. (Source: Scissors)

The latest from Swiss DJ/production duo Scissors is a high-energy take on Madonna‘s “4 Minutes” featuring Justin Timberlake. Upon its release in 2008, the superstar collaboration became a number one hit worldwide.

“We wanted to do a follow-up remix on “Candy Shop,” which we did a couple of months earlier,” Scissors says. “We were searching for a melody/sound with a hard punch, which also would fit into house music. Going back and forth on what was good from the late 90s and early 2000s, one of us remembered having made a mashup of ‘4 Minutes’ back in the day when it was just released. We searched for the old mashup and instantly knew – this one’s going to be it. A huge lead sound, and the brass, paired with a strong four-to-the-floor drumkit. From talking about it until finishing, not even two whole days passed. ”

Preview Scissors’ “4 Minutes” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Calle 13’s ‘Atrevete-Te-Te’ Remixed by D’Maduro: DJcity Exclusive

D’Maduro. (Source: D’Maduro)

The latest from Dutch DJ/producer D’Maduro is a moombahton take on Calle 13‘s reggaeton classic “Atrevete-Te-Te.” The song was a smash hit upon its release and led to the group winning three Latin GRAMMY Awards.

Regarding the remix, D’Maduro notes “I gave this bad boy banger some new life with some fresh percussions and chops!”

Preview D’Maduro’s “Atrevete-Te-Te” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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‘MikiDz Podcast’: No 90s in The Club?

In the latest episode of the MikiDz PodcastMikiWARDJ Dainjazone, and DJ Rell discuss 90s hip-hop’s relevance in the club, 6ix9ine‘s return, Nelly and Ludacris‘ Verzuz battle, and more.

Watch the MikiDz Podcast above. It is also available on Apple PodcastsMixcloud, and Spotify.

The MikiDz Podcast is a talk-show that discusses news and topics in the DJ and nightlife industries. It is hosted by MikiWAR, DJ Dainjazone, and DJ Rell. The MikiDz Show, which is also hosted by Miki and Dainjazone, features live performances from the world’s most-skilled DJs.

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DJ Kwest Mixes DJcity’s ‘New and Notable’ Tracks: May 15

Southern California’s DJ Kwest mixes DJcity’s favorite tracks for the week of May 15 in his latest New and Notable routine.

You can catch DJ Kwest 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. Bad Bunny & Nicky Jam – BAD CON NICKY
2. Jonas Brothers ft. Karol G – X
3. Phantoms – One In A Million
4. Migos – Racks 2 Skinny

Watch Kwest’s routine above.

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Mojaxx Reviews ADAM Audio’s T8V Studio Monitors: Is Bigger Always Better?

In this episode of Tips and TricksMojaxx discusses ADAM Audio’s T8V studio monitors. These hardware HDMI switchers have the potential to take your live streaming setup to the next level. Equipped with an 8˝ woofer and bass extension down to 33 Hz, the T8V is especially suitable for users who produce bass-heavy music.

Inexpensively priced, it’s an ideal studio speaker for those who have always wanted to work with an 8“ monitor from ADAM Audio, but where budgets have been tight.

Watch Mojaxx’s review above.

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Lil Wayne’s ‘Go DJ’ Remixed by Lemi Vice and Action Jackson : DJcity Exclusive

Action Jackson and Lemi Vice at Tiki Bob’s in Indianapolis. (Credit: Snaps Inc.)

The latest from DJcity regulars Lemi Vice and Action Jackson is a moombahton flip of Lil Wayne‘s 2004 hit “Go DJ.” The single was Wayne’s first solo hit, reaching the top three on Billboard’s Hot Rap Tracks chart and becoming a top-20 single on their Hot 100 chart.

“We were going through old 12-inches looking for acapellas to flip and came across this classic joint that I think all DJs love for obvious reasons,” Vice and Jackson said. We gave it a lil bit of a Latin flavor and replayed the melody using steel drums so that it would be updated for today’s rooms but wouldn’t take too much away from the spirit of the OG.”

Preview Lemi Vice and Action Jackson’s “Go DJ” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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