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’

DJcity Launches Latin-Inspired ‘Puro Pari’ Edit Series

Puro Pari

Puro Pari

DJcity has teamed up with veteran Los Angeles DJ/producer Big Syphe to launch Puro Pari, an on-going series of exclusive Latin-inspired club tracks.

The phrase “puro pari,” which loosely translates to “turn up” in Spanish, was first used by Big Syphe and Eric D-Lux during their radio show on Power 106 in the early 2000s. It eventually took off and became a movement in Los Angeles.

Now, DJcity and Big Syphe have brought it back to life by enlisting a team of producers to make Latin-inspired remixes, bootlegs, and edits for club DJs. The tracks are available exclusively on DJcity’s record pool.

Puro Pari isn’t just a movement or sound but a lifestyle,” Big Syphe says. “Mashing up cultures and genres is something I’ve always done. I’m very excited to bring that to DJcity because over the years I’ve seen them develop their movement to a lifestyle for DJs, introducing them to music from all parts of the world.”

Check out the first batch of tracks below and stay tuned for more.


Related: Big Syphe: Must-Have Items in My DJ Bag

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’

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

James Hype

James Hype
James Hype performs at Glam Nightclub in Cardiff, England on Oct. 21, 2016. (Yony Photography)

After premiering it on BBC Radio 1 and BBC Radio 1Xtra with MistaJam, rising DJ/producer James Hype has released his house remix of Rae Sremmurd and Gucci Mane‘s “Black Beatles.” The original is currently No. 1 and 7 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and DJcity’s Hotbox, respectively.

Stream the rework below and download it on DJcity.

Related: Watch James Hype’s October Quick Mix

DJ S.K.T Remixes Banks’ Single ‘Gemini Feed’



After his massive release “Poison” earlier in the year, London’s garage house DJ and producer DJ S.K.T returns with a mighty remix turning Banks’ current single “Gemini Feed” into a blissed out house roller.

Download: Banks – Gemini Feed – DJ S.K.T Remix

Kaskade Remixes Alicia Keys’ ‘In Common’

Kaskade performs at the Minus Zero Fest in Vermont. (Andrew J. Rauner)

Alicia Keys‘ afrobeats-influenced single “In Common” has received a house remix from Kaskade. The veteran DJ/producer’s version combines Alicia’s sultry vocals with a new bass-heavy instrumental.

“I listened to the song and loved it immediately,” Kaskade said in a statement. “Alicia Keys’ voice is huge in this vulnerable way. And deep house is just another spin on what she’s doing. I couldn’t help myself. I didn’t even ask for – or get – permission. I pulled the parts together myself, put them back together in my way, and sent it to her.”

Stream the remix below and download it on DJcity.

Related: Watch Alicia Keys’ ‘In Common’ Video