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Exclusive Remixes From DJcity’s Netherlands and Belgium Team

Lennert Wolfs

Lennert Wolfs
Lennert Wolfs (Source: Facebook)

DJcity works with music producers from countries around the world. Two of those are the Netherlands and Belgium, small yet influential nations in the scene.

To put a spotlight on our team there, we put together a list of some of their best remixes from the past month. All of the tracks are DJcity exclusives.

Destiny’s Child – Jumpin’, Jumpin’ – D’Maduro Remix
The R&B group’s 2000 hit receives a dancehall-influenced flip.

Chris Brown – Undecided – Kevin D Remix
The Dutch DJ/producer currently has two remixes on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

Ashanti – Happy – Kris Kross Amsterdam Remix
This was one of DJcity’s most downloaded tracks of January.

Vanessa Carlton – Thousand Miles – Lennert Wolfs Remix
A dancehall-influenced rework of Carlton’s 2002 pop hit.

This list was compiled by DJcity’s Belgium manager, Gavin Francis.

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MAKJ Remixes Joan Jett’s ‘I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll’: Exclusive

MAKJ

MAKJ
MAKJ at Club Glow at Soundcheck in Washington, D.C. on March 30, 2017. (Photo source: Facebook)

MAKJ has an excellent track record on DJcity. The majority of his releases have made the daily Hot Box chart, many of which have also appeared on the monthly Top 50.

His latest offering, a throwback-style remix of Joan Jett’s 1982 anthem, “I Love Rock ‘N’ Roll,” is likely to do the same. The track features moombahton and twerk influences and a prominent Jay-Z sample.

“I love the idea of blending genres,” MAK tells us. “I’ve always done it in my sets, and I wanted to make something I could play live, hence the idea of mixing Joan Jett with Jay-Z. They say opposites attract.”

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Related: MAKJ Selects Tracks for DJcity’s Spotify Playlist

James Hype Drops House Remix of Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson’s ‘Symphony’

James Hype

James Hype

Rising house DJ/producer James Hype has had a busy start to the year. The UK native has already dropped six tracks, including official remixes for Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Diplo, Pitbull, and Sage the Gemini.

Keeping up the momentum, Hype has returned with an official remix of Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson‘s UK hit, “Symphony.” His 125 BPM club version has already received support from BBC Radio 1.

Preview it below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

Related: Watch James Hype’s New ‘UK Mix’

Exclusive DJcity Remixes of Lost Frequencies ‘What Is Love’

Lost Frequencies

Lost Frequencies

Two exclusive remixes from James Hype & Gavin Francis and Regi & Lester Williams, where they’ve gone up against each other remixing Lost Frequencies smash single “What Is Love 2016”. Download the tracks below and decide for yourself which remix your feeling the most.

Download: Lost Frequencies – What Is Love 2016 – James Hype & Gavin Francis Remix

Download: Lost Frequencies – What Is Love 2016 – Regi & Lester Williams Remix

Related: James Hype Drops House Remix of Rae Sremmurd’s ‘Black Beatles’

KidCutUp Releases New Scratch Sentence

KidCutUp

KidCutUp

DJcity producer KidCutUp has cooked up a new scratch sentence just in time for Thanksgiving festivities. The track, which is quantized at 55 BPM, includes soundbites from classic hip-hop interviews.

Preview the tool below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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