Top 30 Remixes, Bootlegs and DJ Edits of 2020 (So Far)

DJcity Top 30 2020 So Far

The global music community was heavily impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic this year. With the nightlife scene essentially shut down, DJs turned to live streaming and threw virtual parties to keep the spirits up. Today, we take a look at DJcity’s most-downloaded remixes, bootlegs, and edits during the coronavirus lockdown.

The most downloaded remix, bootleg, or edit during the quarantine was Mr. M!X‘s remix of Iyaz‘s “Replay.” In terms of the most entries, Kevin D led with four remixes. Stavros Martina came in second place with three entries while Anthem Kingz, Luis R, and Rogerson tied for third place with two apiece.

Check out the top 30 below.

1. Iyaz – Replay – Mr. M!X Remix
2. Panjabi MC – Mundian To Bach Ke – Stavros Martina & Kevin D Remix
3. Roddy Ricch – The Box – James Hype Remix
4. Bingo Players – Rattle – SH8K Remix
5. Taio Cruz – Dynamite – ZIGGY & Replay M Remix
6. JAY-Z – Dirt Off Your Shoulder – Richastic Remix
7. Rihanna – Pon De Replay – Da Phonk & Rogerson Remix
8. The Notorious B.I.G. – Juicy – Anthem Kingz Dance Monkey Bootleg
9. Stromae – Alors On Danse – Rogerson Remix
10. Don Omar – Danza Kuduro – Aaar & Thombs Remix

11. Shaggy ft. Ricardo Ducent – It Wasn’t Me – YANISS 2020 Remix
12. Dr. Dre ft. Snoop Dogg – The Next Episode – Reynor Remix
13. Ne-Yo – Miss Independent – DJ Stressy Remix
14. Alex Gaudino ft. Crystal Waters – Destination Calabria – Relanium & Deen West Remix
15. Queen – We Will Rock You – Division 4 Remix
16. Baby Bash ft. Frankie J – Suga Suga – Fresco Remix
17. Mustard ft. Roddy Ricch – Ballin – DJ Grant Return Of The Mack Edit
18. Marvin Gaye – Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Hoax Remix
19. Sean Paul ft. Sasha – I’m Still In Love With You – Luis R Club Edit
20. Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris – We Found Love – The AVC Nothing Else Bootleg

21. Daddy Yankee – Gasolina – Kevin D & Stavros Martina Remix
22. Black Caviar – Mr. Vain – Anthem Kingz Party Starter
23. Robin S. – Show Me Love – Dual Beat Remix
24. Snoop Dogg ft. Pharrell Williams – Drop It Like It’s Hot – Lules Dancehall Remix
25. Sean Paul – We Be Burnin’ – Andrew Mathers Remix
26. Estelle ft. Kanye West – American Boy – Freejak Remix
27. Daddy Yankee – Rompe – Kevin D Remix
28. Black Eyed Peas – The Time (Dirty Bit) – Luis R & Elver Remix
29. Spice Girls – Wannabe – Stavros Martina & Kevin D & Kelly Ross Remix
30. Roddy Ricch – The Box – Adam Doubleyou & Nick Bike Controlla Bootleg

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Top 30 Remixes, Bootlegs and DJ Edits of 2019

Top 30 Remixes, Bootlegs and DJ Edits of 2019

Yesterday, DJcity revealed its most downloaded tracks of 2019. Today, we dive deeper to uncover the most popular remixes, bootlegs, and edits of the year.

The most downloaded remix, bootleg, or edit of 2019 was ZIGGY & Mr Bermuda‘s remix of Kevin Lyttle‘s “Turn Me On.” In terms of the most entries, Anthem Kingz led for the second year in a row with five apiece. Kevin D came in second place with four entries while Richastic got third with three remixes.

Check out the top 30 below.

1. Kevin Lyttle – Turn Me On – ZIGGY & Mr Bermuda Remix
2. Nelly – Ride Wit Me – Kevin D & Stavros Martina Remix
3. Mary J. Blige – Family Affair – DJ Serg & DJ Stressy Remix
4. Ed Sheeran & Justin Bieber – I Don’t Care – Anthem Kingz Moombahton Re-Drum
5. Kool & The Gang – Celebration – Metro Remix
6. Major Lazer ft. 2 Chainz, Bruno Mars & Tyga – Bubble Butt – DJ Smerk Twerk Bootleg
7. House Of Pain – Jump Around – Kris Kross Amsterdam Remix
8. Missy Elliott – Work It – Richastic Remix
9. Meduza ft. GOODBOYS – Piece Of Your Heart – James Hype Remix
10. Ja Rule ft. Ashanti – Always On Time – Richastic Remix

11. Sisqo – Thong Song – J Rythm Puro Pari Remix
12. Missy Elliott – Get Ur Freak On – DJ Docta Twerk Blend
13. Kanye West – Gold Digger – Richastic Remix
14. Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello – Senorita – Anthem Kingz Escape Bootleg
15. 50 Cent – P.I.M.P – DEAN-E-G Remix
16. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Can’t Stop – D’Maduro Remix
17. 50 Cent – In Da Club – DJ Santarosa Taki Taki Blend
18. Eminem – Without Me – Kevin D Remix
19. LMFAO – Party Rock Anthem – Stavros Martina & Kevin D Remix
20. P. Diddy ft. Ginuwine, Loon, & Mario Winans – I Need A Girl, Pt. 2 – Kevin D Remix

21. P. Diddy ft. Black Rob & Mark Curry – Bad Boy For Life – Freejak Remix
22. Billie Eilish – bad guy – Tiesto’s Bigroom Remix
23. Yung Joc – It’s Goin’ Down – Anthem Kingz Boasty Blend
24. Luniz – I Got 5 On It – Team Peach Remix
25. Abba – Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) – Freejak Remix
26. Afro B – Drogba (Joanna) – Anthem Kingz Coolie Riddim Blend
27. 50 Cent – Just A Lil Bit – Fresco Remix
28. Mariah Carey ft. Jermaine Dupri & Fatman Scoop – It’s Like That – Thombs Puro Pari Remix
29. Spice Girls – Wannabe – Anthem Kingz I Found You Bootleg
30. Timbaland ft. Nelly Furtado – Give It To Me – KidCutUp vs Pablo Mas Club Edit

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Gavin Francis & Jordan Davies Remix ‘Don’t Call Me Angel’

DJcity’s regional manager and DJcity Records product manager, Gavin Francis teams up with Welsh DJ/producer Jordan Davies to remix Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey’s “Don’t Call Me Angel”. The production duo worked their magic to give the track a house and dance twist to the pop hit.

The remix is now available to download on DJcity.

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Ed Sheeran’s ‘South of the Border’ Remixed by Nana B: DJcity Exclusive

Nana B

Nana B

Nana B is a DJ/producer based in London and Dubai, and also has club residences in Ibiza and Marbella. Nana has served up a house remix of Ed Sheeran’s hit single “South of the Border” featuring Camila Cabello and Cardi B. The track is available exclusively on DJcity.

Download “South of the Border – Nana B Remix” on DJcity.

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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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The 5 Best Remixes of DJ Snake’s ‘Magenta Riddim’

DJ Snake

DJ Snake
DJ Snake performs in Argentina. (Source: Instagram)

In February, DJ Snake dropped an Indian or Middle Eastern-influenced single called “Magenta Riddim.” Unlike his recent releases, which have been radio friendly, “Magenta Riddim” is a club and festival track. It has become a favorite in the DJ community, topping DJcity’s Hot Box chart within days of its release. In terms of commercial success, the song is currently No. 26 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.

Now, a month after its release, there are plenty of remixes of “Magenta Riddim” to choose from. Here are our favorites so far:

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Refresh Cumbia Remix
The cumbia genre, which originated in Colombia, is gaining momentum.

Clips & Ahoy Remix
“Magenta Riddim” gets transformed into a trap track.

Jordan Crisp Hype Edit
A creative edit that samples Sean Paul‘s 2003 crossover hit, “Like Glue.”

Greg Lassierra Twerk Remix
Though it has twerk in its title, Lassierra’s version also has a moombahton drop.

Lumberjack Remix
A tribal house rework, a style that’s differentiated by its drum sounds and patterns.

Related: DJ Snake Launches His Own Record Label

Nathan Dawe Remixes Kojo Funds’ ‘Check’: DJcity Premiere

Nathan Dawe

Nathan Dawe

Multi-genre international DJ, Nathan Dawe has released his remix of Kojo Funds’ hit single “Check” featuring RAYE. Keep an eye out for an official release via Atlantic Records (TBC)

Download “Kojo Funds ft. RAYE – Check – Nathan Dawe Remix” on DJcity now.

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PBH & Jack Shizzle Remix, The Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Hypnotize’

PBH & Jack Shizzle

PBH & Jack Shizzle have a great track record on DJcity UK with the majority of their releases making it on our daily UK top downloads chart, many of which have also appeared on the monthly Top 20.

Their latest release is the VIP Club Edit of one of the biggest hip hop anthems of all time, The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Hypnotize”.

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity UK.

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Regi ‘Where Did You Go (Summer Love)’ Remix Contest Winner Announced

Remix Contest

Remix Contest

Congratulations to Belgium’s Nico Nobels & Venemy for winning our REGI “Where Did You Go (Summer Love)” remix contest! Their remix was selected by REGI out of 5 finalists.

For winning, Nico Nobels & Venemy will be featured by CNR Records (Mostiko/Smash The House) as an official remix and will receive a KRK RP6 RoKit G3 Bundle.

Stream their “Where Did You Go (Summer Love)” remix below and stay tuned for the official download.

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Download the original version of “Where Did You Go (Summer Love)” on DJcity.

You can check out the remixes from the 5 finalists HERE.

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


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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