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DJcity UK’s Most Downloaded Tracks of Feb. 2019

Below is a list of the most-downloaded tracks on DJcity UK during Feb. 2019. This list contains many deep house, UK funky, house, and hiphop tracks that may not be on other DJcity charts. To receive these updates via email, click here.

 
Related: DJcity UK Top 20 – January 2019

DJcity’s Most Downloaded Tracks of Jan. 2019

Below is a list of the most-downloaded tracks on DJcity during January 2019. To receive these updates via email, click here.

Can Mojaxx Switch From Mac to Windows?

Tips and Tricks

Mojaxx‘s MacBook Pro is old and needs replacing, but the new models are very expensive. He doesn’t want to spend that much money on a laptop that will only be used for DJing.

So, Mo has been researching Windows devices instead, which he admits is a scary idea. “I’ve been a Mac user for over a decade,” Mo says. “I haven’t had a Windows machine since the Windows XP days. So it really is a bit terrifying for me to make that switch.”

To kick off his journey, Mo takes a look at the SLIM 14 Audio Edition laptop from German manufacturer SCHENKER. Watch above on this week’s episode of Tips and Tricks.

Have you switched from Mac to Windows? Share your advice in the comments section below.

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DJcity UK’s Most Downloaded Tracks of Dec. 2018

Below is a list of the most-downloaded tracks on DJcity UK during December 2018. This list contains many deep house, UK funky, house, and hiphop tracks that may not be on other DJcity charts. To receive these updates via email, click here.

 
Related: DJcity UK Top 20 – Nov. 2018

DJcity’s Most Downloaded Tracks of Dec. 2018

Below is a list of the most-downloaded tracks on DJcity during December 2018. To receive these updates via email, click here.

New Year’s Eve 2019 Countdown Tracks

DJcity’s music team has put together a collection of exclusive countdown tracks for New Year’s Eve. Check out the list below.

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Top 30 Remixes, Bootlegs and DJ Edits of 2018

Last week, DJcity revealed its most downloaded tracks of 2018. Today, we dive deeper to uncover the most popular remixes, bootlegs, and edits of the year.

The most downloaded remix, bootleg, or edit of 2018 was Skratch Bastid‘s “Finesse Blend” of Michael Jackson‘s “Remember the Time.” In terms of the most entries, Anthem Kingz led with four apiece, while DJ Smerk, Delirious & Alex K, and Tall Boys tied for second place with two entries each.

Check out the top 30 below.

DJcity’s 50 Most Downloaded Tracks of 2018

Below is DJcity’s annual chart of the top 50 most downloaded songs of the year. The list was determined by subscriber downloads (the tracks are not DJcity’s picks).

With 11 tracks on the chart, it’s safe to say that 2018 was the year of Drake. Tying in second place with four apiece are Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. And with three tracks on the chart, Tyga officially had a comeback year. Also scoring three each were Post Malone, Calvin Harris, Kendrick Lamar, Offset, and French Montana.

Check out the chart below.

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DJcity UK’s Most Downloaded Tracks of Nov. 2018

Below is a list of the most-downloaded tracks on DJcity UK during November 2018. This list contains many deep house, UK funky, house, and hiphop tracks that may not be on other DJcity charts. To receive these updates via email, click here.

 
Related: DJcity UK Top 20 – October 2018

Spotify Reveals Most-Streamed Artists, Songs, and Albums of 2018

Drake

Drake
Drake (Source: Instagram)

Spotify has revealed its list of the most-streamed artists, songs, and albums of 2018 on the platform.

With over 8.2 billion streams, Drake is not only the most-streamed artist in the world, but he’s also now the most-streamed artist ever on Spotify. Unsurprisingly, Drizzy also had the most-streamed album and song with Scorpion and “God’s Plan.”

Spotify’s top-streamed female artist was Ariana Grande followed by Dua Lipa and Cardi B. Meanwhile, Post Malone scored two of the most-streamed songs with “rockstar” ft. 21 Savage at No. 3 and “Psycho” ft. Ty Dolla $ign at No. 4.

While hip-hop dominated Spotify’s lists, Latin music continued to grow. J Balvin, Ozuna, and Bad Bunny each landed in the top eight of the most-streamed artist’s list.

See some of the lists below and get the full report on Spotify’s website.

Most-streamed artists:

1. Drake
2. Post Malone
3. Xxxtentacion
4. J Balvin
5. Ed Sheeran
6. Eminem
7. Ozuna
8. Bad Bunny

Most-streamed female artists:

1.Ariana Grande
2. Dua Lipa
3. Cardi B
4. Taylor Swift
5. Camila Cabello

Most-streamed songs:

1. Drake – God’s Plan
2. Xxxtentacion – Sad
3. Post Malone ft. 21 Savage – rockstar
4. Post Malone ft. Ty Dolla $ign – Psycho
5. Drake – In My Feelings

Most-streamed albums:

1. Drake – Scorpion
2. Post Malone – beerbongs & bentleys
3. Xxxtentacion – ?
4. Dua Lipa – Dua Lipa
5. Ed Sheeran – ÷

Related: Spotify Reveals Most-Streamed Songs of Summer 2018

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