Dean Guest

Dean Guest Drops ‘DJcity Podcast’ Mix

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Toronto-based DJ/producer Dean Guest has delivered a vibey club mix for the DJcity Podcast. Guest fits Afrobeats, hip-hop, house, and more into his half-hour set, including some of his own remixes.

Originally from Chennai, India, Dean Guest has gained notoriety with his creative live sets and original production. He’s made a name for himself through Pitbull’s Globalization channel on SiriusXM, VIBE105 Toronto, the Shambala music festival, and more. He’s shared the stage with the likes of Skratch Bastid, JAEL, and Chris Karns to name a few.

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1. Puri & Lusho – Patra
2. 50 Cent – Just A Lil Bit – AAsH Money Remix
3. ASH – Money Drop
4. Bad Bunny & ROSALÍA – LA NOCHE DE ANOCHE – Alex Selas Remix
5. Aya Nakamura – DouDou – Fasta Remix
6. T.I – Bring Em Out – DJ Bizzon C#ño Edit
7. Stefflon Don – Move – Selecta Killa Acap Intro
8. Pharoahe Monch – Simon Says – Richastic Remix
9. Cassie – Me & U – DJ Stressy Remix
10. DARKOO – Kryptonite
11. Magic Flowers – Try
12. Wiley, Stefflon Don, & Sean Paul ft. Idris Elba – Boasty – Dean Guest Remix
13. Olakira ft. Davido – Maserati
14. Janet Jackson – Go Deep – Sosa & Ticklish Remix
15. Gyptian – Hold Yuh – DJames Tiny Edit
16. Conro – Luv(Drunk)
17. J.Cole – Middle Child – Dean Guest Afrobeats Remix
18. Young Thug ft. Gunna – Hot – THUGLI Remix
19. Tory Lanez – Broke In A Minute
20. Aleo & Urban O – Money Check
21. Nightcrawlers – Push The Feeling On – Sico Vox & LPACA Remix
22. SG Lewis ft. Lucky Daye – Feed The Fire
23. Disclosure – Expressing What Matters
24. Drake ft. Lil Durk – Laugh Now Cry Later – Spryte 126 – 67 Transition
25. Young Pooda & Dreamdoll – Chicken N Grits
26. Bailo & Martyr – Actin’ Like
27. Arcando, Oddcube & Chris Jobe – Cinema

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Dean Guest Delivers Hip-Hop Routine for DJcityTV

Toronto-based DJ/producer Dean Guest has thrown down a technical routine for DJcityTV. In his performance, the 29-year-old turntablist cuts up a mix of new and old hip-hop tracks.

Guest has performed all over Toronto, including sets at Skratch Bastid‘s “Bastid’s BBQ” afterparty and the radio station Vibe105FM. His tracks have been supported by DJcity, Pitbull‘s Globalization channel on SiriusXM, and French radio station Mouv’.


1. Kidd Spin – Hands Up Acapella Loop
2. Naughty By Nature – Hip Hop Hooray – DJ Rukus Intro
3. Kanye West – Sunday Service – Jarreau Vandal’s Vandalized Edit – Instrumental
4. Notorious B.I.G – Hypnotize – Acapella

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Watch Dean Guest’s New Routine for DJcityTV

Dean Guest

Toronto DJ and turntablist Dean Guest has put down a new routine for DJcityTV. The three-minute video contains current and classic tracks along with scratching and word play.

Dean’s last video for DJcity, which was based on Stevie Wonder’s “Superstitious,” has received over 170,000 combined views.

Watch his new routine above.


1. The Notorious B.I.G. – Nasty Girl
2. Dr. Fresch – On And On – Y2K Remix
3. Michael Jackson – P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) – Kid Cut Up vs Mayfair Mafia Mama Say Acap Intro Edit
4. YFN Lucci ft. Migos & Trouble – Key To The Streets – Intro – Clean
5. DJ Khaled ft. JAY Z & Future – I Got The Keys – Intro – Clean

Related: Watch Dean Guest’s ‘Superstitious’ Routine

Watch Dean Guest’s ‘Superstitious’ Routine

The Loop Recorder feature is one of Traktor’s most powerful features, and turntablist Dean Guest loves to experiment with it.
A native of Chennai, India, Dean recently moved to Toronto to attend college and expand his DJ career. Above is a routine he sent us, in which he flips Stevie Wonder’s “Superstitious,” Dr. Dre’s “Next Episode” and LL Cool J’s “Ain’t Nobody.”
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