Tomicio Remixes David Guetta’s Nicki Minaj & Afrojack Collaboration “Hey Mama”

Tomocio Remix


Dutchman Tomcio returns with an uptempo, bass-laden take on “Hey Mama,” David Guetta‘s 2014 collaboration with Afrojack and Nicki Minaj. The global top 10 pop and dance hit was a hook-driven electro-trap banger. Tomcio’s remix gets a racing and booming moombahton refresh.”

“Normally, I remix urban classics that are way older, but ‘Hey Mama’ seems a bit forgotten despite being less than seven years old, and I really wanted a new version of it for my DJ sets,” says Tomcio. “So I provided more energy and my Dutch moombah style.”


Preview Tomcio’s “Hey Mama” remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Pitbull’s ‘Give Me Everything’ Remixed by Marcus Maison: DJcity Exclusive

Marcus Maison

Marcus Maison
Marcus Maison (Source: Facebook)

Finnish DJ/producer Marcus Maison has dropped an electro house remix of Pitbull‘s 2011 smash “Give Me Everything” featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack, and Nayer. The track is available exclusively on DJcity.

Released in 2011, “Give Me Everything” peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has been certified six-times platinum.

Preview Marcus’ remix below and download it only on DJcity.

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Afrojack Releases New Song ‘Summerthing!’

Afrojack performing live. (Rukes)
Afrojack dropped a new single titled “Summerthing!” on Sunday. The EDM-pop song features Mike Taylor, the vocalist on Vice’s “World Is Our Playground,” and its teaser has amassed over 100,000 SoundCloud plays in just two days. Stream below and download here.
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Related: Afrojack Talks Differences Between Hip-Hop and EDM

Afrojack Talks Differences Between Hip-Hop and EDM

Some of the most revealing interviews occur when people from different cultures have a discussion about their respective worlds. A great example is a recent conversation between EDM superstar Afrojack and hip-hop veteran, Steve Lobel.
During an interview with Lobel’s Blurred Culture YouTube channel, the Dutch DJ/producer discussed the differences between hip-hop and EDM and the differences between the music scenes in US and Europe. Afrojack also revealed his top rappers and hip-hop producers, how he got his name, and more.
Steve Lobel is best known for his work with artists such as Run DMC, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Common, Fat Joe, Nipsey Hussle, Sean Kingston, Mann, Iyaz, and others.
Related: Diplo and Skrillex Discuss Similarities Between Hip-Hop and EDM

Afrojack & Martin Garrix – Turn Up The Speakers

Afrojack and Martin Garrix — two of EDM’s biggest names — have teamed up for a new track titled, “Turn Up The Speakers.” Their collaboration was released yesterday through Spinnin’ Records and was accompanied by an eye-popping video containing plenty of women.
Download: Afrojack & Martin Garrix – Turn Up The Speakers
Related: Martin Garrix – Live at Ultra Music Festival 2014

Afrojack – Take Over Control – Ridvan 2014 Remix

Rising Australian DJ/producer Ridvan returns with a Melbourne Bounce remix of Afrojack’s break-out hit featuring Eva Simons.
In April, Ridvan dropped a remix of The Chemical Brothers’ “The Salmon Dance,” which has received over 145K plays on SoundCloud.

Download: Afrojack – Take Over Control – Ridvan 2014 Remix
Related: The Chemical Brothers – The Salmon Dance – Ridvan 2014 Remix