D’Maduro and DJ Stressy Remix D’Angelo’s ‘Brown Sugar’ and Lucy Pearl’s ‘Don’t Mess With My Man’: DJcity Exclusives

Dutch DJ/producer D’Maduro and Sweden’s DJ Stressy add soulful lounge vibes to two beloved R&B hits. D’Maduro flips D’Angelo‘s 1995 hit “Brown Sugar,” while DJ Stressy flips super-group Lucy Pearl‘s Don’t Mess With My Man.

“Don’t Mess With My Man” has always been a favorite of DJ Stressy’s. Regarding the laid-back vibes of the track, he notes that he “hopes listeners like this one in the car, at the gym or at a bar.” As for D’Maduro, he feels that, in remixing D’Angelo, “the biggest challenge is remixing a classic without losing its essentials. This one deserved a smooth funky/soul makeover with a touch of bounce.”

Preview D’Maduro and DJ Stressy’s remixes below and download the “Brown Sugar” and “Don’t Mess With My Man” flips exclusively on DJcity.

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DJ Premier on Producing D’Angelo’s ‘Devil’s Pie’

DJ Premier

D’Angelo produced every track on his Grammy-winning album, Voodoo, except for two, “Devil’s Pie” and “Untitled (How Does It Feel).” The former, which served as the project’s lead single, was produced with DJ Premier.

On Mass Appeal’s new episode of Off the Record, Premo recounts how the track came to fruition and its recording session, which J Dilla and Alchemist attended.

Watch the video above.

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