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Kanye’s ‘Dark Fantasy’ Receives Future Bass Remix From Cutswell and Squared

Cutswell

Cutswell
Cutswell at The Empire Room in San Francisco (Source: Facebook)

Arizona DJ/producers Cutswell and Squared have delivered a future bass remix of Kanye West‘s 2010 anthem, “Dark Fantasy.” The duo’s creative rework breathes new life into the Yeezy classic, making it playable in club and festival environments.

Born in Boston and based in Scottsdale, Cutswell holds residencies across the US, including in Chicago, Miami, and San Diego. He has also been involved with high-profile events, such as the NBA All-Star Weekend and Red Bull 3Style.

Squared serves as a mixer at Phoenix’s Power 98.3 hip-hop and R&B station.

Stream their “Dark Fantasy” remix below and download it on DJcity.

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Must-Play Tracks for the Weekend: Sept. 20

Gang Starr

Gang Starr
Gang Starr performs in Hamburg, Germany (Source: Wikipedia)

Gang Starr ft. J. Cole – Family And Loyalty
The iconic hip-hop duo enlists Cole for this surprise single.

Dillon Francis & TV Noise ft. Big Freedia – Bawdy
3 producers team with New Orleans’ Freedia for this bounce heater.

Saweetie ft. Becky G & Melii – My Type – Latin Remix
A summer anthem gets spiced up with features from Becky G & Melii.

Tiësto & Mabel – God Is A Dancer
The Dutch superstar collabs with a rising pop singer for this dance pop single.


Featured on DJcity earlier this week:

– Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg – The Next Episode – LUS Remix

– Junior Senior – Move Your Feet – Tomcio Remix

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

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Dr. Dre’s ‘The Next Episode’ Remixed by LUS: DJcity Exclusive

LUS

LUS
(Source: LUS)

LUS, a 17-year-old DJ/producer from the Netherlands, has dropped a moombahton rework of Dr. Dre‘s 2000 anthem, “The Next Episode.” This track is LUS’ first featured DJcity exclusive.

“The Next Episode” was the third single off Dre’s second album, 2001. The song, which features West Coast legends Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, and Nate Dogg, peaked at No. 23 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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DJcity Trends for Sept. 2019

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 September 2019 edition of DJcity Trends here.

Contributors:

D-Tale, regional director, Germany at DJcity
DJames, music producer at DJcity
Eski, UK contributor at DJcity
Kidd Spin, music director at DJcity
Latin Prince, East Coast director at DJcity
Matsu, Midwest representative at DJcity
Play, regional director, UK at DJcity
Poizon Ivy The DJ, DJ for the Dallas Mavericks; mixer at Dallas’ K104
Santarosa, Latin director at DJcity; mixer at SiriusXM’s Globalization
Styles Davis, national director at DJcity

Related Post: DJcity Trends for August 2019

DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Sept. 17

Black Coffee

Black Coffee
Black Coffee at the Romando Beach Club in Vila do Conde, Portugal (Source: Facebook)

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

Black Coffee & Usher – LaLaLa
Drake – Behind Barz (Bonus)
French Montana ft. Gunna – Suicide Doors
Gucci Mane ft. YoungBoy Never Broke Again & DaBaby – Richer Than Errybody
Lil Nas X & DaBaby – Panini – DaBaby Remix
Major Lazer ft.J Balvin & El Alfa – Que Calor
Makasi & Gregoir Cruz ft Tima Dee – Manos En Mi

Stream the entire playlist below or from within Spotify.

Related Post: DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Sept. 10

Junior Senior’s ‘Move Your Feet’ Remixed by Tomcio: DJcity Exclusive


(Source: Tomcio)

Dutch DJ/producer Tomcio is back with another upbeat remix. This time, he’s put a new spin on Junior Senior‘s funky hit “Move Your Feet.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

Released in 2002, “Move Your Feet” became Junior Senior’s biggest hit. The song peaked at No. 3 on the UK Singles chart and No. 4 on the Danish Singles chart.

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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