2 Chainz has shared a nostalgic video for his latest single “Rule the World” featuring Ariana Grande. The Hitmaka-produced song, which appears on Chainz’s Rap Or Go to the League album, marks his second collaboration with Ariana following the “7 Rings Remix.”
The visual finds the two artists performing in an underground jazz club somewhere in Los Angeles. Watch the video above and download “Rule The World” on DJcity.
The producers of Ariana Grande‘s hit single “thank u, next” have explained how they made the track on a new episode of Genius’ Deconstructed. The song peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 (currently No. 2) and was the eighth most-downloaded song of November on DJcity.
In the video, Los Angeles-based duo Social House and multiplatinum producer and songwriter TBHits begin by recalling when they knew the song would be a hit. They then discuss how they came up with the vibe for the track before breaking it down in Pro Tools.
TBHits, aka Tommy Brown, has frequently collaborated with Ariana since 2013. He helped produced her singles such as “Let Me Love You” featuring Lil Wayne, “better off,” and “Be Alright.” He has also worked with artists like DJ Khaled, Chris Brown, and Jennifer Lopez.
Social House is made up of Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson. They’ve worked with the likes of Chris Brown and J Lo, too, and are also recording artists themselves. Last Summer, the duo released their debut single “Magic In The Hamptons” featuring Lil Yachty.
Ariana Grande has released the highly-anticipated video for her smash hit, “thank u, next.” The track, which was DJcity’s eighth most-downloaded song of November, currently sits at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100. It is Ariana’s highest-charting single to date.
The visual is an homage to popular teen movies Mean Girls, Bring It On, Legally Blonde, and 13 Going on 30.
Watch it above and download “thank u, next” on DJcity.
DJ/producer Mayeda is known for his chart-topping remixes on DJcity, but he’s also a skilled keyboardist. To showcase his talent, DJcityTV has launched a new series that features him live remixing current club and radio hits.
On the first episode, Mayeda transforms Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj‘s reggae-infused smash “Side to Side” into a future bass groover.
Hailing from Barcelona, Salvi is best known for producing the Sean Paul-assisted anthem “Trumpets” with fellow Spaniard Sak Noel. The track, which was premiered on DJcity in March, was re-released by Mad Decent after generating substantial buzz.
The original version of “Side to Side” is currently No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at No. 4.
Stream Salvi and Arpa’s remix below and download it on DJcity.
Ariana Grande just dropped a new track called “Focus” — her first solo single since February.
The uptempo song features throwback-style production from Max Martin, one of the most prolific pop producers of all-time. His number ones include Britney Spears’ “…Baby One More Time,” Katy Perry’s “California Gurls” and “Dark Horse,” Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off” and “Bad Blood,” and The Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face.”
Watch the video for “Focus” above and download the track on DJcity.
Trayze has been busy in the studio since competing at the Red Bull Thre3style US Finals and his latest remix is of Cashmere Cat’s “Adore.” The original version of the Ariana Grande-assisted single is laid-back and Trayze’s rework is useful to DJs in need of an uptempo option. Stream and download his 134 BPM remix below.
Ariana Grande has released a sexy music video for her latest single “Love Me Harder” featuring The Weeknd. The track was the 34th most-downloaded on DJcity in October and is currently #14 on Shazam’s chart.
Ariana Grande made her debut performance on Saturday Night Live last night as the show began its 40th season. The singer performed two songs from her album, My Everything: the Zedd-produced “Break Free” and “Love Me Harder” with surprise guest, The Weeknd.