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Beyond Faithful: the Beef Behind the Hypest Record in DJ History

Be Faithful

Be Faithful

Whether or not you’re a DJ, chances are you’ve heard Fatman Scoop and Crooklyn Clan’s timeless anthem, “Be Faithful.” It’s a sure-fire party starter that gets played everywhere from clubs and stadiums to weddings and movies.

EDM stars drop it in between choreographed hand-hearts. Even Australian Parliament members “throw they hands up” when the song comes on. I’ve been playing it for over 16 years, and it’s never failed. Not once.

What many people don’t know is the story behind it and the on-going feud between Fatman and Crooklyn Clan member Sizzahandz. To shed light on the situation, the R.O.A.D. Podcast sat down with both of them to hear their sides of the story.

Watch below:

Listen to the full episode on SoundCloud

Listen to the full episode on SoundCloud

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DJ Bluey Releases Genre-Bending Power Mix Hosted by Fatman Scoop

DJ Bluey

Celebrating his new collaboration with IMG, London’s very own DJ Bluey releases his brand new genre-bending mix hosted by Fatman Scoop. The two hour mix includes a mixture of RnB, dancehall, hip hop, and house. Listen to the power mix below.

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Tigermonkey Remixes Charlotte Devaney’s ‘Bass Dunk’ Feat. Lady Leshurr & Fatman Scoop

Charlotte Devaney

DJ, producer and platinum-selling artist Charlotte Devaney unleashes the latest incarnation of her massive track “Bass Dunk” featuring Mobo Award winner Lady Leshurr and legendary hype man Fatman Scoop.

The track has been re-worked by Tigermonkey, who in 2016 scored a number one slot on the UK viral chart with his track “Zooby Doo” after it appeared on a hugely popular UK TV advert for Ribena. Tigermonkey has worked with the likes of David Guetta, Jillionaire, Majestic and The Streets to name a few. “Bass Dunk” was premiered by DJ Target on 1Xtra last week, as it crosses genres with it’s bouncy African rhythms and big house beats. Definitely one that appeals equally to both dance floors and the radio airwaves.

Download the remix now via DJcity UK.

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