Philadelphia’s DJ Beatstreet delivers 30 minutes of dancehall, moombahton, house, and more for this week’s Friday Fix. Included is Ape Drums’ new track “The Way We Do This” featuring Major Lazer and Busy Signal (now available to DJcity subscribers) and his unreleased remix of KREAM’s “Love You More.”
1. Alessia Cara ft. G Eazy – Wild Things – Young Bombs Remix
2. Matoma & Sean Paul ft. KStewart – Paradise
3. Cheat Codes & Kris Kross Amsterdam – Sex – DJ Serg Moombahton Remix
4. Ying Yang Twins – Wait (The Whipser Song) – Sex 4 Money Remix
5. Ape Drums ft. Major Lazer & Busy Signal – The Way We Do This
6. CRVFTSMEN & Ape Drums – Fire
7. Sanjin, Walshy Fire, & Salvatore Ganacci – Nah Tell Dem
8. Charly Black – Gyal You A Party Animal
9. Ayo Jay ft. Fetty Wap – Your Number
10. Fugees – Fu-Gee-La – Anthem Kingz, Delirious, & Alex K Remix
11. AyOne – El Pari
12. Cumbia Drive – Ping Pong
13. Carlos Vives – La Gota Fria – DJ Santarosa & Danny West Hype Edit
14. Mike Taylor – Body High
15. Janieck – Feel The Love – Sam Feldt Edit
16. Jonas Blue ft. Dakota – Fast Car
17. Joe Stone & Ferreck Dawn – Man Enough – DJ Primetyme Club Edit
18. R3hab & Quintino – Freak – Sam Feldt Remix
19. ODD MOB ft. Starley – Into You
20. KREAM – Love You More – Beatstreet Remix
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DJcity’s weekly Friday Fix podcast features new club tracks mixed by East Coast DJs. The show is curated by DJcity’s East Coast Director, Latin Prince.
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Prior to his performance at the Mad Decent Block Party in Philadelphia in early August, Dillon Francis sat down with Wired 965’s DJ Beatstreet to chat about his highly-anticipated debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule. During the interview, Dillon discussed his love of all genres, how he connected with DJ Snake, his upcoming releases, and more.
“When I was growing up . . . I listened to everything — I just didn’t care. So that’s what I do in my productions: I don’t care. I love every style of music.”
Wired 965’s DJ Beatstreet recently caught up with Diplo at his seventh annual Mad Decent Block Party in Philadelphia. The interview started off kind of slow but eventually got juicy around six minutes in when Beatstreet asked Diplo about the importance of radio. The Mad Decent chief explained that while records like Dillon Francis & DJ Snake’s “Get Low” and his single “Revolution” saw considerable success in local markets, the national radio support for Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” and DJ Snake & Lil Jon’s “Turn Down For What” was a key factor behind the mainstream success of those tracks.
Diplo also discussed Major Lazer’s next album which he said will have “a lot of big stars,” Riff Raff’s upcoming track with Katy Perry, and the purpose behind Mad Decent’s Jeffrees imprint.
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