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New and Notable Tracks: Oct. 16

Duck Sauce

Duck Sauce
Duck Sauce. (Source: Facebook)

Duck Sauce, A-Trak & Armand Van Helden – Mesmerize
The dance music production duo return with another funky, disco-influenced house track.

Yung Bleu ft. Drake – You’re Mines Still
OVO’s head honcho assists the up-and-coming Alabama rapper with a verse on this remix.

Major Lazer ft. Paloma Mami – QueLoQue
Mad Decent’s dance trio teams up with the Chilean-American singer for a new Latin single.

Stefflon Don – Can’t Let You Go
The British singer/rapper/songwriter branches out on this sultry Afrobeats-inspired dance cut.


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Duck Sauce Drops New Single and Video, ‘Mesmerize’

Duck Sauce, the duo of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden, has delivered a one-of-a-kind new single and video. “Mesmerize” is another one of the duo’s signature funky, disco-influenced house tracks built around a repeating vocal sample.

The animated visual, which is slightly NSFW, is a mind-altering trip that starts off as a typical Duck Sauce club gig. Over the course of the video, the duo realizes that they may be in a simulation. Their journey then takes a turn for the metaphysical in ways that need to be seen to be understood.

Watch Duck Sauce’s “Mesmerize” video above and download the track here.

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‘TBT Hits’ Feat. Busta Rhymes, Ivy Queen, and More

Busta Rhymes

Busta Rhymes
Busta Rhymes

Check out this week’s edition of Beatsource’s TBT Hits list:

Busta Rhymes – Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check
A ’90s hit that peaked at No. 8 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and launched Busta’s legendary career.

Mary J. Blige – Family Affair
This Dr. Dre produced classic topped the US Billboard Hot 100 for six weeks.

Wham! – I’m Your Man
A single from the pop duo that was never released on an album but reached No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100.

Bingo Players – Cry (Just a Little)
This high-energy dance track uses lyrics from Brenda Russel’s” 1988 hit, “Piano in the Dark”.

Ivy Queen – Papi Te Quiero
A classic track from the reggaeton artists third album that samples Sean Paul’s “Like Glue”.

Spice – So Mi Like It
The title track from her 2014 EP that uses the Boom Box Riddim, produced by Notnice.

DJcity‘s subscription service focuses on new music, especially exclusive remixes, bootlegs, and edits. Beatsource, however, offers millions of new and old tracks, as well as hundreds of playlists for DJs. To highlight its extensive catalog of classics, Beatsource launched the weekly series TBT Hits. The list is compiled by Beatsource curators DJ Drew, DJ Majestik, DJames, and DC.

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DJcity’s Spotify Playlist Update: Oct. 13

Jax Jones

Jax Jones
Jax Jones performing at Bar Standard in Denver, Colorado. (Source: Facebook)

DJcity’s Spotify playlist update for the week of October 13:

Bebe Rexha ft. Doja Cat – Baby, I’m Jealous
Jax Jones & Au/Ra – i miss u
SAINt JHN – Gorgeous
Sam Smith – Diamonds – Joel Corry Remix
Tchami ft. Gunna – Praise

Stream the entire playlist below or from within Spotify.

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New and Notable Tracks: Oct. 9

Tchami

Tchami
Tchami. (Source: Facebook)

Reykon, Tyga & Becky G ft. Maluma – Latina Remix
The Colombian stars receive slick verses from Tyga and Becky G on this update to their hit.

Tchami ft. Gunna – Praise
The French producer enlists Gunna for some atmospheric vocals on this future house release.

O.T. Genasis ft. Chris Brown & Charlie Wilson – Back To You
This star-studded single from O.T. Genasis samples The Gap Band’s classic hit “Outstanding”.

2Pac – I Get Around – Hans Glader Remix
Bay Area’s rising DJ/producer adds a 2-step and house spin to 2Pac’s 1993 classic.


Featured on DJcity earlier this week:

– Drake ft. Lil Durk – Laugh Now Cry Later – Trayze & Lincoln Baio Remix

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

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Da Odd Couple Drop Star-Studded Single ‘Sinphony’

Legendary turntablists DJ Rob Swift and Mista Sinista, also known as Da Odd Couple, have dropped their latest single “Sinphony.” Produced by Eitan Noyze, the track from two of the X-Executioners also features cameos from an impressive legion of fellow iconic spinners — Kid Capri, DJ Q-Bert, DJ Ace, and DJ Total Eclipse. The track is from Da Odd Couple’s forthcoming album.

Executive produced by Sinista and Dr. Butcher, Swift notes that “whether you’re an O.G. Bronx DJ legend, skratcher from the west coast, ‘beat juggler’ from the east or a cop who DJs, we can share the same stage and all collaborate together with one intention, cuttin’ sh*t up!”

The track is heavily based around a sample from The Juice Crew’s legendary 1988-released single “The Symphony.” The idea of a heavy-hitting lineup of DJs on Swift’s posse cut is similar to the 32-year old track being produced by Marley Marl and featuring Juice Crew members Masta Ace, Kool G Rap, Craig G, and Big Daddy Kane.

Listen to Da Odd Couple’s “Sinphony” above and download or stream it on all major platforms.

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