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Daddy Yankee’s ‘Rompe’ Remixed by Kevin D: DJcity Exclusive

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Dutch DJ/producer Kevin D returns with a dirty dembow take on Daddy Yankee’s 2005 reggaeton classic “Rompe.” Moombahton vibes dominate this remix, which is exclusively available on DJcity.

At the time of the original track’s release, it hit the top of Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart. With dembow’s pop resurgence, Kevin D’s remix is a useful dancefloor tool.

Preview the remix below and download it exclusively on DJcity.

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Daddy Yankee and Anuel AA Team for New Single, ‘Adictiva’

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Daddy Yankee and Anuel AA have teamed up for a surprise collaboration titled “Adictiva.” The reggaeton single features production from Puerto Rican hitmakers Chris Jeday and Gaby Music.

“Adictiva” also received an accompanying video. The neon-lit visual shows both superstars performing alongside a crew of female dancers and exotic cars.

Yankee and Anuel have previously worked together on the remix of Brytiago and Darell‘s “Asesina” and the remix of Bad Bunny‘s “Tu No Metes Cabras.”

Watch the video above and download “Adictiva” on DJcity.

Related: Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee Drop New Single and Video, ‘Made for Now’

Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee Drop New Single and Video, ‘Made for Now’

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Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee have released their highly-anticipated collab, “Made for Now.” The track, which fuses afrobeats, Latin, and pop, is the singer’s fist single since 2016.

The video features Jackson dancing and strutting down the streets of Brooklyn in a variety of colorful outfits.

Watch the visual above and download the track on DJcity.

Related: Daddy Yankee Drops ‘Dura’ Remix Feat. Becky G, Bad Bunny, and Natti Natasha

Daddy Yankee Drops ‘Dura’ Remix Feat. Becky G, Bad Bunny, and Natti Natasha

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Daddy Yankee, Becky G, Natti Natasha, and Bad Bunny perform at the 2018 Billboard Latin Music Awards at the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on April 26, 2018. (credit: David Becker/Getty Images)

Daddy Yankee has dropped a star-studded remix of his Latin anthem “Dura” featuring Becky G, Bad Bunny, and Natti Natasha.

Released in January, “Dura” has become one of the biggest hits in the world, topping charts in over 10 countries and reaching the top 10 in several others. It currently sits at No. 4 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and has crossed over into the U.S., peaking at No. 50 on the Hot 100.

The new version adds fresh verses by Becky, Bad Bunny, and Natti throughout the track. They also take turns singing the catchy original hook with Yankee.

Stream the remix below and download it on DJcity.

Related: Daddy Yankee’s Anthem ‘Dura’ Gains Momentum

Daddy Yankee’s Anthem ‘Dura’ Gains Momentum

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After two decades in the game, Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee shows no signs of slowing. Though he’s consistently had hits in the Latin world since the 2000s, his and Luis Fonsi‘s 2017 smash “Despacito” took him — and Latin music — to new heights.

Now, with the world watching the Latin scene, Yankee has returned with a new single called “Dura.” Unlike “Despacito,” “Dura” is reminiscent of the earlier days of reggaeton. Its simple yet rhythmic production and catchy hook have made it a viral dance craze.

And the numbers show it. “Dura” debuted at No. 13 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart earlier this week and currently sits at No. 10 on DJcity’s Hot Box chart. With its early success and Latin music’s exploding popularity, “Dura” has the potential to be the next crossover hit, especially if it receives a high-profile remix.

Watch the video below and download the track on DJcity.

Related: Bad Bunny Talks Breaking Barriers, Future Collaborations, and Getting Latin Trap on US Radio

Malaysia Bans ‘Despacito’ From Government-Run Stations


Malaysia has banned Luis Fonsi‘s smash hit “Despacito” from government-run radio and TV stations.

The country’s Communications Minister Salleh Said Keruak told CNNMoney:

“The song was filled with numerous sexual references and innuendos and thus wholly inappropriate to be aired by our national media outlets for our general public, especially children.”

Salleh also told the Associated Press that the ban does not affect the Justin Bieber remix, and only applies to government-run stations, not private outlets or streaming services.

“Despacito” has become the first Spanish-language song to reach number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in over 20 years. The original and the remix together are the most streamed track of all time with over 4.6 billion plays, according to Billboard.

Related: Watch the Producers of Luis Fonsi’s ‘Despacito’ Explain How They Made the Track