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Trayze Drops Cardi B and Bruno Mars ‘Please Me’ Blend: DJcity Exclusive


Trayze at Inside Club in Guangzhou, China. (Source: Facebook)

Following his popular blend pack in January, DJ/producer Trayze has returned with a new exclusive for DJcity. This time, the Washington, D.C. native blends the acapella of Cardi B and Bruno Mars‘ “Please Me” with the instrumental of Ghost Town DJ‘s’ “My Boo.”

“Please Me” is currently No. 6 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, having peaked at 3. It was produced by the Grammy-winning team The Stereotypes, which produced the duo’s previous collab, “Finesse Remix.”

Ghost Town DJ’s’ Miami bass-influenced anthem “My Boo” was released in 1995 and remains a staple throwback.

Watch Trayze perform the blend below and download the blend only on DJcity.

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Watch Cardi B and Bruno Mars’ ‘Please Me’ Video

Cardi B and Bruno Mars

Cardi B and Bruno Mars have dropped a visual for their R&B-tinged hit, “Please Me.” The Stereotypes-produced collaboration debuted at No. 5 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and was the most-downloaded track of February on DJcity.

The 80s-inspired visual sees Cardi and Bruno running into each other at a restaurant in Los Angeles. The pair and their entourages then head out for a late-night joyride around the city.

Watch the video above and download “Please Me” on DJcity.

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Watch Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, and Kodak Black’s ‘Wake Up in the Sky’ Video

Bruno Mars, Kodak Black, and Gucci Mane

Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, and Kodak Black have dropped a lavish video for their laid-back single, “Wake Up in the Sky.” The collab, which peaked at No. 30 on Billboard’s Hot 100, was the seventh most-downloaded track of September on DJcity.

Co-directed by Bruno Mars, the throwback visual finds him, Gucci, and Kodak performing in stylish suits as an old-school R&B group.

“Wake Up in the Sky” is expected to appear on Gucci’s forthcoming album, Evil Genius.

Watch the video above and download the track on DJcity.

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Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, and Kodak Black Connect for New Single, ‘Wake Up in the Sky’

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Gucci Mane (Source: Instagram)

Gucci Mane, Bruno Mars, and Kodak Black have connected for a surprise collaboration, “Wake Up in the Sky.”

The laid-back track features all three artists boasting about their success over a Bruno-produced instrumental. It is the first time Bruno and Kodak have appeared on a song together.

Stream “Wake Up in the Sky” below and download it on DJcity.

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Top Remixes of Bruno Mars’ ‘Finesse’

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Bruno Mars (Photo credit: Instagram)

Bruno Mars24K Magic album is packed with hits. The title track, “That’s What I Like,” and “Versace on the Floor” have all made Billboard’s Hot 100, with the first two hitting the top 10.

The album’s latest single, “Finesse,” has also cracked the top 10 (thanks to a remix and throwback video featuring Cardi B). Though ’90s music and fashion has been making a comeback for a while, the track has breathed life into the track’s genre: new jack swing. There’s been a surge of interest in the style since the single’s release, including an epic mix from Vancouver’s Flipout and Jay Swing.

Below are our favorite remixes, bootlegs, and edits of the track so far. Some of them include Cardi, while others don’t.

Delirious & Alex K Remix

DJ Skillz 105-101 Get Low Transition

DJ Smerk Hype Intro

Ethan James Remix

James Hype Remix

James Kelly Finesse Bootleg

Skratch Bastid Finesse Blend

Related: Flipout and Jay Swing Drop New Jack Swing Mix

Bruno Mars Drops ‘Finesse’ Remix and Video Feat. Cardi B

Finesse Remix

Bruno Mars has recruited Cardi B for the remix of his new jack swing-influenced anthem, “Finesse.” The Bronx rapper adds a new verse to the beginning of the track, which was produced by the Grammy-nominated group, The Stereotypes.

On Tuesday, Cardi became the third artist — and the first rapper — to have her first three Billboard Hot 100 entries in the top 10 simultaneously, joining The Beatles and Ashanti. Her entries are “No Limit” at No. 4, “MotorSport” at No. 7, and “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” at No. 10. Cardi’s new single, “Bartier Cardi,” is closing in on the top 10 at No. 14.

Watch the video for the “Finesse” remix above and download the track on DJcity.

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Watch Bruno Mars’ ‘Versace On The Floor’ Video


Nearly nine months after the song was released, Bruno Mars has shared the video for his slow jam single “Versace On The Floor.”

Directed by Bruno and Cameron Duddy, the neon-lit visual shows him serenading singer and actress Zendaya from a room next door. Fittingly, both are wearing Versace, with Zendaya’s dress eventually hitting the floor.

“Versace On The Floor” is the third single off Bruno’s double platinum-selling studio album, 24K Magic. The song peaked at No. 46 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and was DJcity’s 18th most downloaded track of November 2016. In June, David Guetta dropped a remix of the song.

Watch the video above and download “Versace on the Floor” on DJcity.

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JFB Performs Turntablism Routine With Bruno Mars’ ‘That’s What I Like’


English DJ and turntablist JFB is known for spinning styles like ghetto funk, drum and bass, and hip-hop. However, in a new turntablism routine for DJcityTV, the former Red Bull 3Style world finalist puts his touch on Bruno Mars‘ hit single, “That’s What I Like.” Watch the one-minute performance above and grab the track on DJcity.

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Why Bruno Mars’ ’24K Magic’ Makes You Dance

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Bruno Mars’ single “24K Magic” has been a go-to party anthem ever since its release last October. Its funky groove has made it a certified dance-floor filler.

Now, YouTube personality The Nerdwriter has explained why the song is so danceable.

The video focuses on syncopated rhythm, citing a 2014 study by researchers from top European universities. It also compares elements of “24K Magic” to classic funk tracks by James Brown, Rick James, and Midnight Star.

Watch above.

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