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50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ Remixed by Mr. M!X: DJcity Exclusive

Mr. M!X. (Source:Instagram)

Dutch DJ/producer MR. M!X has delivered a remix of 50 Cent‘s birthday anthem “In Da Club.” The moombahton-inspired flip is available exclusively on DJcity.

“In Da Club” was released in 2003 and has been a club staple ever since. It reached the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, where it stayed for nine weeks.

“This remix is one of the heavier tracks I’ve ever made,” M!X says. “The ragga vocal and guitar loop add more speed and bounce to the original.”

Download Mr. M!X’s “In Da Club” remix exclusively on DJcity.

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50 Cent’s ‘Disco Inferno’ Remixed by Mark Cutz : DJcity Exclusive

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The latest from Dallas’ Mark Cutz is a dembow-style remix of 50 Cent‘s 2004 hit “Disco Inferno.” Upon its release, the track reached the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

“When creating this remix I wanted to give it that original feel of the track, but with a Latin bounce tied to it,” Mark says. “Going in with that idea gave the track the energy it needs to be played in today’s DJ sets.”

Preview Mark Cutz’s “Disco Inferno” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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50 Cent’s ‘In Da Club’ Remixed by Kevin D and Stavros Martina: DJcity Exclusive

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50 Cent‘s triple-platinum 2003 anthem “In Da Club” has received a funky, dembow-driven moombahton remix courtesy of Dutch DJs/producers Stavros Martina and Kevin D. The track is available exclusively on DJcity.

The remixers are developing a solid track record for injecting 2000s rap heaters with pulsating touches of Latin flair. This track follows their August exclusive drop of a moombahton remix of Amerie‘s 2005 R&B hit, “1 Thing.”

Preview Kevin and Stavros’ remix below and download it only on DJcity.

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50 Cent’s ‘Just a Lil Bit’ Remixed by Fresco: DJcity Exclusive

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Texas-based DJ/producer Fresco is back with a remix of 50 Cent‘s 2005 hit, “Just A Lil Bit.” The remix is available exclusively on DJcity.

The Scott Storch-produced track peaked at No. 3 on Billboard’s Hot 100. “Scott Storch’s production is legendary,” Fresco says, “and what appeals to me most is the Middle Eastern influence displayed in his work. ‘Just A Lil Bit’ has always been one of my favorite beats, so I wanted to add a bit more tempo and energy while staying true to the vibe.”

In July, Fresco and DJ Stressy dropped a remix of Chingy‘s “Right Thurr,” which hit No. 6 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart.

Preview Fresco’s “Just A Lil Bit” remix below and download the track exclusively on DJcity.

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50 Cent’s ‘Candy Shop’ Remixed by Scissors: DJcity Exclusive



DJ/producer duo Scissors has returned with a bass house-style remix of 50 Cent‘s 2005 hit “Candy Shop.” It follows the group’s successful remix of Justin Timberlake‘s “SexyBack,” which was one of DJcity’s most-downloaded tracks of October.

“Candy Shop” was produced by Scott Storch and Fat Joe, as Joe later claimed. He and Scott allegedly worked on the track together after the success of “Lean Back.”

Preview Scissors’ “Candy Shop” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Watch Part Two of Dr. Dre’s Real 92.3 Interview

Dr. Dre gave a rare interview on Big Boy’s Real 92.3 radio show yesterday and now the second part of the conversation has been uploaded. The Doctor discussed a multitude of topics, but his comments about Kendrick Lamar’s new album To Pimp a Butterfly stood out the most.

“The whole ratchet thing was fun but it didn’t have the substance that I appreciate in music … Kendrick is bringing us back to that.”

If you missed part one of the interview, watch it here.
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